How to convert CS2 sensitivity to Apex Legends

Loba in Apex Legends (Image via EA)
Loba in Apex Legends (Image via EA)

To start dominating the lobbies, players may want to convert their CS2 sensitivity to Apex Legends when shifting from the 5v5 first-person shooter to one of the most popular battle royales. Since Apex Legends boasts an extensive amount of movement and precise aim, Counter-Strike players will feel right at home after changing to their preferred settings.

With that being said, those seeking to convert their CS2 sensitivity to Apex Legends can refer to the guide below.

Note: Some aspects of this article are subjective and solely rely on the author’s opinion.

How can you convert your CS2 sensitivity to Apex Legends?

CS2 settings tab (Image via Valve)
CS2 settings tab (Image via Valve)

The transition of CS2 sensitivity to Apex Legends is incredibly easy and players can start dominating the Apex games arena with very little effort. Although the playstyle of both games is quite different, good mental and passion will help players migrate easily.

Players can follow the steps detailed below to bring their CS2 settings, especially mouse sensitivity to Apex Legends:

  • Launch Steam and log into your account with the correct credentials.
  • Fire up Counter-Strike 2 on your PC
  • Go to your settings and navigate your way to Keyboard/Mouse to take a look at your mouse sensitivity.
  • Close Counter-Strike 2 and launch Apex Legends.
  • Press Esc and go to the Keyboard/Mouse section in the settings tab.
  • The conversion of CS2 sensitivity to Apex Legends works in a 1:1 manner; hence, simply paste your Counter-Strike 2 sensitivity in.

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After pasting your CS2 sensitivity in Apex Legends, the procedure is now complete.

However, since Apex Legends is a fast-paced game with an exceptional amount of movement, it is recommended that you turn up the sensitivity a little bit. For example, if your Counter-Strike 2 sensitivity is 1.2, try turning it up to 1.4 – 1.8 for a better performance.

Additionally, keep your mouse DPI the same as it might affect your gameplay for both games. This is because playing on different DPIs may lead to some complications to your muscle memory, which can affect your performance while playing Valve's free-to-play first-person shooter.

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Edited by Arundhoti Palit
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