Last Updated on 14 September, 2022
We provide the Best configuration for Free Fire Battlegrounds, everything related to sound, graphics, sensitivity depending on the scope or the weapon you are using.
Best configuration for Free Fire Battleground
In this guide we will try to help you find the best FF configuration, whatever your style of play is. It is not complicated to simply adjust some parameters within the options offered by the Free Fire itself. So to begin, and if you didn’t know, to access the configuration you have to press the nut icon, which is on the top right corner.
You can also check the Free Fire Guide Tips & Tricks
Sound and music
As soon as you enter to configuration, in the first tab (Basic), you are going to be able to see the sound options, of which we give you two recommendations:
Music: Decreases the volume or leave it too low, don’t let it bother you.
Sound: Increase it to 100, the maximum.
Voice: Playing in duo or squad, also at 100, the maximum.
The sound is fundamental, so we insist a little more, and we recommend you to use some good headphones because you will hear steps, shots, cars, etc., the above, because we know that playing having bad sound is like playing blind.
If you want to chill and you have a good phone, put it on Ultra, but if you want to win, regardless of the cellphone you have, put it in Soft. You will lose graphic quality, but you will gain in fluency and performance, avoiding the lag.
Best configuration for Free Fire – Sensibility
The next configuration tab is sensitivity, and this is where the gold really is:
- General: 80 to 100
- Red dot sight: 70 to 80
- Range 2x: 50 to 60
- Reach 4x: 30 to 40
- AWM Scope: 25 to 35
It seems silly, but this is the key to improving the performance of weapons. The general, is actually, a sensitivity without sight, and the other sensibilities are those of each type of sight. The more sensitivity we put, the more speed and reaction we will get, but in return, we will lose precision. Which means that we want more sensitivity up close (more reaction), and from a distance, we want less sensitivity (more precision).
The red dot sight is the least accurate (or most sensitive) since we will use it almost always in movement and the speed over accuracy prevails. While the AWM is just the opposite, we want absolute precision or less sensitivity.
The five sensitivities that we have left you are the ones that have worked best for us. That’s why they should work well for you. Of course, unless you have it clear, we recommend starting at the lowest value and go up gradually. For example, in general, start at 80, and go up until you reach 100 when you go feeling comfortable.
If you are interested, here you can see more tips and tricks of FF.
…and it is for all of the above, that we know that we have Best configuration for Free Fire Battlegrounds.
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