Garena Free Fire is a high-intensity, fast-paced battle royale game featuring short and intense matches. To compete in this fast-paced title, players must be quick and agile with their gameplay.
Making one-tap headshots is one of the finest methods to be quick with reflexes while fighting. It is, however, pretty challenging for beginners to master this headshot method, and they must have highly calibrated sensitivity settings to do so.
Therefore, this article will share the best sensitivity settings in Free Fire for beginners to perform one-tap headshots with quicker reflexes.
Note: As this article shares sensitivity for beginners, the values are lower than usual. Also, sensitivity varies from device to device. Hence, slight tweaks might be necessary.
Detailed guide to get the best Free Fire sensitivity settings for one-tap headshots and quicker reflexes
The following settings will assist players in delivering one-tap headshots in Free Fire:
- General: 80
- Red Dot: 70
- 2X Scope: 58
- 4X Scope: 55
- AWM Scope: 50
- Free Look: 58
To adjust Free Fire sensitivity settings, players can follow these steps:
Step 1: They must select the "Settings" tab in the upper-right corner of the screen.
Step 2: A new menu opens where users can choose the "Sensitivity" option on the left side of the screen.
Step 3: They can apply the settings shown above.
How to perform one-tap headshots?
After applying the settings indicated above, players may need to modify them slightly depending on the responsiveness of their device.
For long-range battles, they must always have a scope attached to their weapon for executing one-tap headshots. For close-range fights, a Shotgun is necessary.
In long-range battles, players need to aim their Sniper Rifle towards the enemy. When the aim turns red, they need to scope in and adjust the crosshair slightly towards the enemy's head and tap on the fire button.
The auto-aim feature will lock the enemy's head and deliver a one-tap headshot.
For close-range battles, players need to get near enough to the opponent for the weapon (Shotgun) to deliver the maximum damage.
They can then aim for the enemy's head and press the fire button once to execute a quick headshot.
Note: These tips may not work best for everybody. These are some tips for beginners to learn the method.