BGMI is an online multiplayer battle royale game. BGMI has seen a huge increase in the number of players downloading and playing the game over the past few months. While millions of players are already playing regularly, many new players join the game on a daily basis. This often results in a more difficult match lobby, especially for new players.There are 2 types of players in this game one is gyro and the other is non-gyro player. Non-Gyro players change their sensitivity settings in-game to suit their playing style and preferences. By doing this they gradually improve their performance. On the other hand, one can copy the control code of the better player and use the sensitivity settings of others.
Camera sensitivity is a screen sensitivity feature that can be managed using the in-game eye button. Players can get a 360-degree view of the character model’s surroundings while gliding or travelling different maps in BGMI. This is the ideal Camera Sensitivity for non-gyro players in the game.
3rd Person No Scope: 230-250 percent
1st person No scope: 230-250 percent
Red Dot, Holographic, Aim Assist: 25-35 percent
2x Scope: 30-45 percent
3x Scope: 35-45 percent
4x ACOG Scope, VSS: 25-30 percent
6x Scope: 20-25percent
8x Scope: 15-25 percent
AIM down site (ADS) sensitivity plays an important role in BGMI during fights in Classic mode matches. The ADS is critical to controlling the recoil of the gun. For this in-game mechanic to work properly, players must drag their target with their thumbs down. Non-gyro players have higher ADS sensitivity than players who use a gyroscope. This is the ideal ADS Sensitivity settings for non-gyro players.
3rd Person No Scope: 125 percent
1st Person No Scope: 125 percent
Red Dot, Holographic, Aim Assist: 60percent
2x Scope: 65 percent
3x Scope: 50 percent
4x ACOG Scope, VSS: 40 percent
6x Scope: 40 percent
8x Scope: 20 percent
There are several general settings available in the Settings tab that can help non-Gyro players improve their performance in Battle Royale mode. The above sensitivity settings will work better once these are set according to the general settings. These settings are present in the Basic and Controls section in the Settings tab.
Here’s a look at the various in-game general settings that work with the sensitivity settings:
Scope Mode: Hold
Camera Rotation While ADS: Enable
Quick Scope Switch: Enable
Focal Length Adjustment: Hold
Lean Mode: Hold
Peak and Open Scope: Enable
Sprint Sensitivity: 50 percent
Aim Assist: Enable
Third Person Perspective (TPP) Camera View: 80
Note: This article reflects the author’s views. Players can head over to the in-game settings tab and fix their own sensitivity and other settings according to their preference.