Thursday, October 6

Best PUBG Sensitivity Settings For Android

Hello PUBG lovers, looking for the best PUBG Sensitivity Settings for Android you are at the right place. PUBG Mobile is known for its realistic gameplay and mind-blowing game physics in spite of being a mobile game. It becomes more realistic when you found every weapon in PUBG has a different recoil setting which further muddles the fun of the game. Thus, it also makes it challenging to control the recoil of those weapons.

Let’s find the best PUBG Sensitivity Setting to control recoil. I played PUBG on both the Android and iPhone operating systems. To be honest, controlling recoil on iPhones is way easier as compared to Android but do not lose hope. That difference is not that huge since practice makes a man perfect. If you practice well you can become pro at controlling recoil too.

Two Finger VS Four Finger Claw

Two-Finger and Four-Finger Claw are the most used control settings around the world. You must know which PUBG control settings work better to control weapon recoil. With regards to PUBG control settings, players should keep in mind that even mastery over controls won’t make any difference if you did not work sufficiently on your ability. So here’s an examination of the different control choices one can use to play PUBG.

Two-Finger / Thumb Control

The most used and common control setting, this is the way we began playing the game. This control setting is easy to use and learn. Two Finger players are good at aiming but by day passing players are getting aggressive they are moving and aiming at the same time. I remember my PUBG earlier days when I started with Two-Fingers settings. It helps in controlling aim but it also makes it difficult for your player to move while firing. Also, it does not work well with Gyroscope. Though, Asimaltan Yucel is well-known for his two-finger gameplay in PUBG Mobile. You can also become a pro with this setting. It’s all about practice.

Four-Finger Claw

The new most used control setting by pro players. It is difficult to get grip on Four Finger Claw Setting but once you are done with the grip you become a pro player. It helps you control your aim even when you make a movement. It works well with gyro too. In my opinion, with four-finger claw controls, you can make your gameplay better as compared to two-finger players. I myself switch from two-finger to four-finger claw and that was the best decision. I would you should also give it a try.

What is the best Gyroscope or without Gyroscope?

One of the most asked questions is “Gyroscope or without Gyroscope”. Millions are asking this question yet are confused. No one can answer this or me as it’s all about practicing. Let me give you a ratio of pro players regarding this question. I’ve played and seen it in tournaments most pro players prefer Gyroscope. I would also say Gyroscope is better because you can control your recoil without using your fingers. So controlling recoil with gyro and making your movement with your finger sounds like a pro player. It requires practice and time but it is worth it.

Best PUBG Setting For Andoird

Here you will find the best PUBG Setting for Android. In my opinion, the best setting is Four Finger Claw with Gyroscope, it’s the best setting for a new era. It helps you in controlling recoil, make a player move, and set aim. Just like a pro player. Below is the best setting for Android user:

Basic Controls

Set basic controls as shown in the image below.

Buttons Setting

Customize your buttons as they are key to become a pro player. My favorite Four Claw Setting is below.

Sensitivity Setting

This is the main part that helps you in controlling your recoil so set accordingly to your setting. My favorite no-recoil sensitivity settings are below.

Screen Setting

The sensitivity screen settings come with Camera and ADS Sensitivity.

Camera Sensitivity

Affects the sensitivity of the camera when the screen is swiped without firing.

  • 3rd Person No Scope: 135%
  • 1st Person No Scope: 130%
  • TPP Aim: 40%
  • FPP Aim: 40%
  • Red Dot, Holographic, Aim Assist: 55%
  • 2x Scope: 40%
  • 3x Scope: Win 94: 26%
  • 4x Scope: VSS: 22%
  • 6x Scope: 18%
  • 8x Scope: 14 %
ADS Sensitivity

Affects the sensitivity of the camera when the screen is swiped while firing. Can be used to keep the barrel down.

  • Separate Settings: Disable
Camera Sensitivity ( Free look )
  • 3rd Person Camera: 140%
  • Camera (Parachuting): 140%
  • 1st Person Camera: 120%

Below are images of Screen Settings.

Gyroscope Sensitivity

The Gyroscope Sensitivity comes with Gyro, Gyro sensitivity, and ADS settings.

Gyro

Set Gyroscope as ALWAYS ON.

Gyroscope Sensitivity
  • 3rd Person No Scope: 330%
  • 1st Person No Scope: 380%
  • TPP Aim: 30%
  • FPP Aim: 20%
  • Red Dot, Holographic, Aim Assist: 380%
  • 2x Scope: 330%
  • 3x Scope, Win 94: 190%
  • 4x Scope, VSS: 180%
  • 6x Scope: 130%
  • 8x Scope: 90%
ADS Gyroscope Sensitivity

Set as disabled.

Below are images of Gyroscope Sensitivity.

Conclusion

Above I have shown you my control settings if you have any desire to control your recoils with gyroscope on android. You can go to the training ground and make your own control settings that fit you. One tip I would like to give in the end is it’s all about PRACTICE.

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