Sensitivity calculator for CS:GO, VALORANT, Fortnite, Overwatch, etc.

When you’ve spent hours upon hours perfecting your muscle memory with a specific sensitivity you don’t want all of that training to fly out the window when you’re trying out a new game so we’ve got this sensitivity calculator. Why waste time trying to figure out a sensitivity that just approximates your regular effective sensitivity when you can just get it exactly the same?

We’ll keep this sensitivity calculator / sensitivity converter updated, so please check back when a new competitive game releases!

How to use:

Simply choose the game you’re coming from and enter your DPI (if you don’t know your DPI you can check out our article) and ingame sensitivity of the game you’re coming from. Our calculator will then automatically convert that sensitivity to a value that gives you the exact same effective sensitivity in the second game you’ve selected. Happy fragging!

Currently supporting:

  • CS:GO Sensitivity Calculator
  • VALORANT Sensitivity Calculator
  • Fortnite Sensitivity Calculator
  • Overwatch Sensitivity Calculator
  • Call of Duty Sensitivity Calculator
  • Apex Legends Sensitivity Calculator
  • Rainbow Six Siege Sensitivity Calculator
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Xora SiZzyVFX

Cod to valorant doesn’t work I use 20 vert and 20 hor and it gives me 1.8


Hi I have question
What’s the formula used for this ?
Or how it’s work and calculate sens???!


what about scope sensitivity?i use .82 in csgo for 1:1 fov sens. For valorant what is the scope sens to match this?


how do i get my ads sensitivity and horizontal and vertical (apex to rainbow six siege)


you can use this calculator


CS:GO to COD doesn’t work

ProSettings | Lars

It should be fixed now, thanks for letting us know!


Rainbow to cod does not work

ProSettings | Lars

We’ll work on getting that fixed ASAP, thanks for letting us know!


what about scope sensitivity?
i use .8 in csgo for 1:1 fov sens. For valorant what is the scope sens to match this?

ProSettings | Max

It should be 0.875 if you want it to match for the Operator and Marshall if we recall correctly.