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How to convert Valorant sensitivity to Warzone 2.0? 

By Fariha Bhatti

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Nov 17, 2022

Reading time: 2 min

Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 was recently released with a bang. But Valorant players hopping on the Warzone bandwagon may want to tweak their sensitivity before hitting play. 

Infinity Ward rolled out Warzone 2.0 on November 16 after a successful opening month of Modern Warfare. The back-to-back blockbusters have players on their toes, but it also means that competition is steeper than ever. Players from different shooter games are migrating to Call of Duty, where veterans await their arrival. Adjusting to a new shooter will take time, but Valorant players can make the process easier by sticking to their old sensitivity. 

Proper aim placement and gameplay depend heavily on sensitivity. Using someone else’s settings that don’t suit your own style often results negatively. So it’s recommended to find your own perfect sensitivity whether you’re playing Valorant or Warzone. If you play both, it’s best to stick with one consistent number. 

You don’t have to restart the ranked grind in new settings. Valorant players can convert their sensitivity to Warzone to better aim.

Convert Valorant sensitivity to Warzone 2.0

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You no longer need complex math and calculations to deduce the perfect Warzone sensitivity using the Valorant settings. Instead, here’s how to get convert sensitivity with no hassle. 

  • Go to AimLab mouse sensitivity converter
  • Select Valorant from the “convert from” drop-down
  • Select Call of Duty: Warzone from the “convert to” drop-down
  • The calculator will whip up the perfect sensitivity for you

The result is your exact Valorant sensitivity in Warzone 2.0. So the mouse movement difference would be negligible next time you go back to playing Valorant after grinding the battle royale.

However, it’s worth noting that Warzone 2.0 movement is not the same as in Valorant. So you may want to feed the Valorant sensitivity in Warzone 2.0 and then tweak it accordingly. But if you’re someone who’s playing both games regularly, toying with two different numbers may hurt your performance.