Valorant To CS2 Sensitivity Converter

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We love esports! This guide helps you switch between Valorant and Counter-Strike 2 (CS2) without losing your aiming skills.

What’s inside:

  • How to change your mouse settings from Valorant to CS2
  • Using menus or commands to make the switch
  • Tips to improve your aim in CS2
  • Understanding why mouse settings matter

Step 1: Find your Valorant Sensitivity

Before switching, write down your current Valorant mouse setting. This number is your starting point for CS2.

Step 2: Convert Sensitivity with a Formula

Games measure mouse movement differently. Valorant focuses on general accuracy, while CS2 looks at hip-firing (shooting from the hip) and field of view (FOV). To account for this, you’ll need a higher sensitivity in CS2. Here’s a formula to convert:

Your Valorant Sensitivity x 3.182 = Your CS2 Sensitivity

Step 3: Use a Converter Website

If you don’t like math, there are websites that do the conversion for you. Just find a good CS2 sensitivity converter. Here’s how to use it:

  1. Visit the converter website.
  2. Choose Valorant as your current game and CS2 as the new game.
  3. Enter your mouse DPI and Valorant sensitivity.
  4. The website will give you your CS2 sensitivity.

Step 4: Adjust Zoom Sensitivity

Zooming works differently in each game. Valorant lets you zoom with many weapons, while CS2 limits zooming to snipers and some rifles. Here’s a formula to convert your zoom sensitivity:

New Zoom Sensitivity = Your Valorant Zoom Sensitivity – Your Valorant Sensitivity + 0.82

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Setting Up Your New Sensitivity in CS2

Once you have your converted sensitivity, it’s easy to use it in CS2. You can either change it through the game menu or use console commands.

Using the Settings Menu

  1. Open CS2 settings.
  2. Go to the “Keyboard/Mouse” tab.
  3. Find “Mouse Sensitivity” and enter your new sensitivity number.

Using Console Commands

  1. Open the console with the “~” key (tilde) in-game.
  2. Type sensitivity [converted value] and press Enter.

That’s it! You can now use your converted sensitivity in CS2.

Bonus Tip: There are websites that convert sensitivity for you, like Gaming Smart. They can be helpful if you don’t like using formulas.

Choosing a Sensitivity Trainer for CS2

Now that you have your CS2 sensitivity, you can practice using it with a training website! Here are a few options:

  • Aiming.Pro: This website lets you convert your sensitivity and then test it out in a practice game. It also tells you how much mouse movement you need for a 360° turn, which can help you decide if your mousepad is big enough.
  • Sensitivity Converter: This website is simple and easy to use. Just enter your Valorant settings and it will give you your CS:GO sensitivity. You can then copy and paste it right into the game.
  • 3D Aim Trainer: This website has lots of different training modes so you can really test out your sensitivity. It has things like Zombie Survival and Goalkeeper mode. You can use these modes to see how your aim feels with your new sensitivity.

These websites can all help you find the perfect sensitivity for CS2. Just try them out and see which one you like best!

Feeling the Game

In competitive gaming, your sensitivity settings aren’t just about numbers. They also affect how comfortable you feel while playing. The best sensitivity is the one that feels natural and lets you react quickly. 

When your sensitivity is right, it feels like an extension of your own body. This makes it easier to make decisions in the game and feel more immersed in the action.

So, don’t just focus on the numbers. Take some time to practice with your new sensitivity and see how it feels. You might need to adjust it a little bit to find the perfect fit.