This calculator lets you convert your sensitivity from another game to Apex Legends. You can also convert your sensitivity from Apex Legends to a ton of other games.
You can learn more about this calculator and get answers to frequent questions in the sections below:
Apex Legends exploded onto the scene in 2019. It quickly became one of the most popular battle royale video games, and it shows no signs of slowing down.
The game's massive popularity has lead to many new players looking to convert their sensitivity from an older game to Apex Legends. If you've grown accustomed to your Apex Legends sensitivity, you may be looking to convert it to another game.
This sensitivity calculator can handle both of these needs.
The converter requires the following inputs:
After you've selected/entered all 5 inputs, the calculator will automatically give you your converted sensitivity and your in/360 (cm/360) for both games.
If you're planning to use a unique mouse DPI for each game, you can enter them in the calculator. If you're using the same DPI for both games, you can leave the default DPI value for both games (800) or enter your actual DPI.
If your converted sensitivity is the same as what you are converting from, this does not mean that the calculator isn't working.
Apex Legends uses a modified version of Valve's Source game engine, meaning Apex Legends uses the same sensitivity as games like Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO), Team Fortress 2, and many others.
In other words, if you're using the same DPI for both games, your Apex Legends sensitivity should be the same as games like CS:GO.
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