Call of Duty: Warzone 2 is a first-person battle royale game where 150 players compete to be the last one standing. It is the sequel to the popular Call of Duty title, Warzone. However, this time the matches are played at Al Mazrah. The title requires not only accurate aiming but also good target tracking skills.
Valorant is a tactical first-person shooter where two teams of five players compete using agents. These agents have unique tools and abilities that allow them to achieve the goal of the game. The game takes a slower and more tactical approach to gunfights.
This article will take a closer look at the process of transferring or converting sensitivity values between the two games.
Valorant to Warzone 2: How to change mouse sensitivity
Both Warzone 2 and Valorant work differently. The former is faster and operates on a completely different spectrum, it is battle royale. The goal here is to drop, loot and survive. Meanwhile, the latter is about proper team coordination and using the Agent tool.
For those who already play Valorant and are willing to try Warzone 2, this guide will illustrate the process of transferring or converting sensitivity settings between the two games. This is done so that players can maintain a consistent experience across the world.
The sensitivity conversion process is pretty easy once players get their hands on the right tools or resources. A sensitivity value of ‘1’ in Valorant means a sensitivity of ‘10,606’ in Warzone 2. There is a 1:10,606 ratio between the two titles in terms of mouse sensitivity values. Players can use this value to implement manual conversions.
Using tools to facilitate the conversion process
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and WZ2, along with DMZ mode, are now available on PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, and PlayStation 5.