As we gear up for the near release of Overwatch 2, the action multiplayer first-person shooter, a sequel to the 2016 instalment, we look up to tune our hardware for the best possible battle royale experience.
In today’s article, we talk about the best settings and keyboard binds for the upcoming fps which come with shared multiple environments to boost your gameplay and make those flashy movements.
These are the Keyboard Binds and Mouse settings to enable you to make the best hand-eye coordination and ace the competitive environment. These will only get better with time and practice as you build enough muscle memory so you hit the buttons without really thinking.
If you’ve tried the beta launched in June you must be familiar with control settings and custom modifications that the game has to offer payers with vivid taste. We believe however that the upcoming games’ default keyboard settings are already well bound and do not need much tweaking unless you have some extra preferences of your own.
Equip Weapon 1
Scroll wheel up
Equip Weapon 2
Scroll wheel down
Ping – In World
Shift + Ctrl + C
Reply to Whisper
Voice Line Menu
Voice Chat Push to Talk
Tuning your DPI and sensitivity carelessly up can cause your crosshair to spread all over the screen. At the same time choosing a low sensitivity might give you problems in situations where you have to rely on your reflexes and make split-second movements. Overwatch is a very fast-paced game, so in general, you want your sensi and DPI to be slightly higher than in other FPS games.
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Compared to other fps games with similar themes like CS: GO, Overwatch is a pretty typical game meaning that almost everyone uses the same resolution & with no custom radar options or crosshair appearance. We suggest there’s no need to spend hours scratching brains over every possible setting to get your game right. The game will be free to play and will subsequently release on console platforms this month.
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