Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) is a Valve and Hidden Path Entertainment multiplayer first-person shooter. Terrorists and Counter-Terrorists are pitted against each other in distinct objective-based game types. For example, terrorists place a bomb as Counter-Terrorists try to stop them, or Counter-Terrorists try to rescue hostages taken by Terrorists.
On our CSGO overview page, you can find more information (settings, tricks, troubleshooting, etc.).
In the dropdown menu on the left, select the game from which you want to convert the sensitivity for CS:GO. Enter your current sensitivity of this game in the field below. Press the green button “Convert,” and you will get the sensitivity for CS:GO as a result.
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Our sensitivity converter/calculator for FPS games gives you the possibility to quickly and easily transfer your sensitivity from one game to another.
However, FPS games sometimes work entirely differently, and your gear also plays a role. The sensitivity depends on the monitor size, the FoV in the game, and the resolution.
So converters or calculators between games can never be 100% correct because not all factors can be considered.
Use the converted value as a rough starting point to set the sensitivity in the new game.
Here is our quick guide for using the converter/calculator:
If you are new to the topic and want to know how DPI, sensitivity, and eDPI are related, then we recommend this post:
Here you can find the complete list of supported games. Or just jump to the general sensitivity calculator and choose freely from all games:
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