I have tried and tested many gaming mice in video games – including PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG). Furthermore, I know many competitive gamers who constantly wonder if their equipment is correct or worth buying a gaming mouse above $100.
In this post, we’ll look at how the Logitech G Pro Wireless gaming mouse fits with PUBG and if there are any good alternatives.
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Is the Logitech G Pro Wireless Good for PUBG?
PUBG is excellent to play with the Logitech G Pro Wireless. Logitech has created an evergreen with this model, which impresses primarily with its precise and durable technology but also with its perfect ergonomics.
In general, the Logitech G Pro Wireless is the best gaming mouse – not only for PUBG. This mouse is also very popular with other first-person shooters. Of course, Logitech charges a steep price, but the quality justifies it.
Do Pros Use the Logitech G Pro Wireless for PUBG?
If a controller is not used, a Logitech G Pro Wireless is usually used by the pros. 24.56% of over 1700 FPS Pro gamers play with a Logitech G Pro Wireless. This gaming mouse is currently the most popular in the esports scene.
When almost a quarter of all pro gamers trust a mouse model, that speaks for itself.
Currently, we see that more and more pro gamers switch to the successor model. However, the Logitech Pro G Wireless is still the best mouse for FPS games like PUBG.
What Are Alternatives to the Logitech G Pro Wireless for PUBG?
In terms of statistics from the esports scene, a more expensive and newer alternative would be the Logitech G Pro X Superlight. A cheaper alternative would be the Zowie EC2.
The successor, the Logitech G Pro X Superlight, is also increasingly used by pro gamers. Mostly, the old Logitech G Pro Wireless mice are discarded.
The Zowie EC2, which is third in the popularity ranking among pro gamers (4,83%), is cheaper. At $70, the mouse from BenQ only costs half.
What Features Must a Gaming Mouse Have for PUBG?
First and foremost, it should be a gaming mouse optimized for latency. Second, the sensor should be able to resolve more than 10000 DPI. Values above this are acceptable but do not give better results.
All other technical values and options are a matter of personal taste—more or fewer buttons, gliding behavior, shape, cable or wireless, etc.
The choices are related to your person.
Click here for a comparison of the two gaming mice:
Final Thoughts About the Logitech G Pro Wireless for PUBG
Of course, this could also be due to the shape of my hand, but the raw numbers speak a different language.
Pro gamers with different hand sizes and shapes achieve top results with these mice.
For me, that’s a sign that the ergonomics and technology are in perfect harmony.
If you can afford this equipment, you will have a lot of fun with it in PUBG.
As I’ve shown you, cheaper alternatives also achieve equally good results in the esport world.
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