What's the best sensitivity to use?

#1HitsuharuPosted 11/18/2009 4:23:18 PM
Hi, what's the best sensitivity for beginners like me to use? I just unlocked the M16 and I can't get a lot of kills because I'm not good with aiming mainly because I've never really played any FPS so I don't know which setting is the best for me to get used to. Which sensitivity would you recommend for beginners to start getting used to? I'm using High right now
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#2imsoangryPosted 11/18/2009 4:25:24 PM
start slow with 3 or 4 then work your way up to 8 or 9 change the sensitivity slowly and you will eventually get better
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#3JadeHavokPosted 11/18/2009 4:25:26 PM
I'm at 3. I find any higher and I get owned.
#4ethanbogartPosted 11/18/2009 4:26:17 PM
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/PREFERENCE

try different ones. find what you like. it all comes down to personal preference.
#5cancerboy87Posted 11/18/2009 4:26:34 PM
max, you get used to it after a while and once you do you own so hard it isnt even funny.
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#6The_Mr_EPosted 11/18/2009 4:27:10 PM
All golf players will tell you.
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#7wolfclanredPosted 11/18/2009 4:27:11 PM

Haven't actually played MW2 yet, but you should just try to play on the default sensitivity and then adjust to that if needed. If you feel like you're to jittery and your reticule goes flying all over the place then lower it a bit and try to find something which you like, but if you feel it's too slow then raise it until you find something you like. There's no point copying someone elses sensitivity since everyone has their own preference and you just need to find what you are comfortable on and play with that.

#8wolfclanredPosted 11/18/2009 4:27:28 PM

Haven't actually played MW2 yet, but you should just try to play on the default sensitivity and then adjust to that if needed. If you feel like you're to jittery and your reticule goes flying all over the place then lower it a bit and try to find something which you like, but if you feel it's too slow then raise it until you find something you like. There's no point copying someone elses sensitivity since everyone has their own preference and you just need to find what you are comfortable on and play with that.

#9SuperNuker617Posted 11/18/2009 4:28:01 PM
10, It works...very well

1.87 k/d ratio and it's easy to just turn around and shoot some guy, however it was more useful in cod 4 because you don't die as quickly there
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#10ryanaPosted 11/18/2009 4:30:47 PM
2.41 k/d playing on 3 sensitivity, people will tell you that higher is better which is just idiotic. Play on whatever you feel most comfortable with. There is no best.