Hyper Scape Sensitivity adjustments will be important to know how to make if you want to hit the ground running when you make it into Ubisoft's latest battle royale beta.
Luckily for some players, Hyper Scape has the same sensitivity settings as another popular Ubisoft game: Rainbow Six Siege. You can copy over your settings to Hyper Scape without issue.
Hyper Scape Sensitivity: Best Settings, How to Convert Settings
If you haven't played Rainbow Six Siege, you can run the settings from your favorite FPS game into a calculator. It will give you the matching settings to use in Hyper Scape so you won't miss a shot.
You can also mimic the settings from the best in the community and try something new. Tfue uploaded a video detailing his own Hyper Scape settings:
- Field of View - 100
- Vertical Sensitivity - 7
- Horizontal Sensitivity - 7
- ADS Low Zoom Sensitivity - 35
- ADS High Zoom Sensitivity - 35
Tfue is known to use a low DPI, around 400.
In most battle royale games, a large field of view is important to track enemies. Tfue recommends bumping it from the default 65 to 100, explaining that the max 120 makes it difficult to hit enemies jumping around you.