This calculator allows you to convert your sensitivity from another game to CS:GO. You can also use it to convert your sens from CS:GO to another game.
You can learn more about this calculator and get answers to frequent questions in the sections below:
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) has been one of the most continuously popular competitive FPS games since its initial release in 2012. The original Counter-Strike, which uses the same game Source engine and in-game sensitivity as CS:GO, was released all the way back in 2000.
Why are we mentioning this?
It's very likely you got your start in FPS games playing a game in the Counter-Strike franchise. It's even possible that someone reading this has spent 20 years perfecting their aim and building muscle memory with the same CS sensitivity.
Don't let all of that hard work go to waste when playing a new shooter like Fortnite, Apex Legends, Overwatch, and many more. This sensitivity converter lets you convert your sensitivity from CS:GO to a ton of different games.
If you're late to the party when it comes to Counter-Strike and looking to convert your sens from another game to CS:GO, this calculator can also handle that.
This converter requires you to input:
Pretty straight forward, isn't it?
However, if you don't know the DPI of your mouse, don't worry! You can just enter the same value for both your old game and new game (or use the default values of 800). So long as you're using the same mouse DPI for both games, just make sure to use the same value for both DPI inputs.
After you input everything, the sensitivity converter will automatically give you your converted sens and the in/360 (cm/360) for both games.
Many other games use the Source Game Engine or scale their sensitivity the same as CS:GO. To list a few examples, you'll get the same in-game sensitivity for Apex Legends, Half-Life 2, Team Fortress 2, Quake, and Portal 2
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