FreeFire MAX Control and Sensitivity Settings

Strategy Feb 18, 2022

Cannot get a proper shot in FreeFire MAX? Want to be at the top but don’t know how to? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. In the first edition of our ‘How to manage the sensitivity settings’ series, we’ll be talking about how you can change, update and manage the in-game controls and sensitivity in FreeFire MAX.

The foremost step to improve your gameplay in FreeFire Max is to be familiar with the game sensitivity. Your whole performance can change if you know how to control the in-game sensitivity. A better shot, increased movement speed, a better scope, it all comes to one thing — your sensitivity settings.

Let’s talk about a few such settings that can come in handy for you if you’re aiming to take your gameplay to a whole new level!

A thing to keep in mind is that your device determines the sensitivity settings you should go for. It’s usually different for different devices.

Let us first take a brief look at what devices fall under the category of low & and high & devices in FreeFire MAX.

Low & devices with RAM:

  • 2GB
  • 3GB
  • 4GB
  • 6GB

High & devices with RAM:

  • 8GB
  • 12GB

By following these steps, you can access the sensitivity settings of FreeFire Max:

  1. Open FreeFire MAX on your device.
  2. In the top right corner of the game lobby, click on the settings icon.
  3. Once you reach the settings tab, you’ll be able to see the sensitivity settings. Click on that.
  4. You’ll see a whole list of the numbers assigned to General, Red Dot, 2X, 4X, Sniper Score and Free Look sensitivity settings.
  5. To adjust the settings as per your choice, read the blog ahead to know about the best sensitivity settings you should choose for amazing gameplay.
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There are various kinds of sensitivity settings in FreeFire Max. The most important among them are:

General sensitivity settings:

The general sensitivity settings are the most vital to earn a victory. If your general settings are perfect, you won’t face any problem in dragging or moving fast. Keeping the general sensitivity at too high or even too low will create difficulties in movement. So, if you want to give someone a one-tap or want a fast movement, this is how you should go for it:

  • Low & devices

Keep it between 90 to 100.

  • High & devices

Keep it between 80 to 90

Red dot settings:

The red dot is a scope that you’ll find in the gun scope settings when you don’t have any scope. If you increase the red dot, your sensitivity at that particular scope will increase and if you decrease the red dot, your scope will decrease.

  • Low & devices:

Keep it between 60–75.

  • High & devices:

Keep it between 50–55/60.

2X scope and 4X scope:

If you increase the 2X and 4X scope, the sensitivity will increase and vice-versa.

  • Low & devices:

You’ve to increase the sensitivity by 10 (+10) of general sensitivity settings.

  • High & devices:

You’ve to decrease the sensitivity by 10 (-10) of general sensitivity settings.

AWS (Sniper) scope:

If you increase the AWS scope, it will increase the sensitivity and vice-versa but doing it suddenly will make it out of control. So, you should not do it out of the blue during the game.

  • Low & device:

Keep it between 20 to 30.

  • High & device:

Keep it between 10 to 20.

Free Look:

Free Look isn’t a very commonly used feature by many gamers but here’s how you can manage the sensitivity settings of Free Look.

  • Low & devices

Keep it between 50 to 75.

  • High & devices

Keep it on the normal 50.

These are the few normal sensitivity and control settings you can go for if you’re playing FreeFire Max to get a better game. Once you activate the above numbers according to the given instructions, you’ll definitely witness an improvement in your game. But at the end of the day, it’s about the player. You should go for the settings which are convenient to your playing style.

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Try these new sensitivity settings and let us know how it works for you by commenting below!

Until next time, #liveitforgaming!