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Mike “shroud” Grzesiek was born on June 2, 1994 and is a full-time Twitch streamer. He is currently focusing on the battle royale genre including Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Blackout. Shroud is known for his high skill ceiling in Battle Royale & FPS games. Shroud’s Blackout settings are optimised for good visibility and high FPS.

Shroud Blackout Settings – Logitech G Pro Wireless

  • DPI


  • Mouse Sensitivity


  • ADS Sensitivity


  • ADS Horizontal


  • ADS Vertical


  • Monitor Coefficient


  • Mouse Acceleration


  • Mouse Filtering


  • Field of View


  • ADS Field of View


  • Auto Weapon Switch


  • Weapon Switch Delay


Shroud Blackout Keybinds – HyperX Alloy Elite

  • Reload


  • Equipment

    E / Mouse 5

  • Health Kit

    X / Mouse 4

  • Special Ability


  • Interact


  • Jump/Stand/Mantle


  • Change Stance/Slide


  • Crouch (Hold)


  • Prone (Toggle)


  • Steady Aim/Sprint


  • Melee/Zoom


  • Autorun


Additional Information
Shroud’s Blackout Settings have been taken directly from his stream. These settings are currently subject to change since the game just came out. We will update them as best as we can and confirm his final config and setup.

Video Settings

1. Display Mode – Acer Predator XB252Q

  • Display Mode


  • Refresh Rate


  • Display Resolution


  • Render Resolution


  • Aspect Ratio


  • Vertical Sync


  • Brightness


  • Preload Shaders


2. Details & Textures – Acer Predator XB252Q

  • Texture Quality


  • Texture Filtering


  • Special Effects

    Very Low

  • Model Quality


  • Static Reflection


  • Screen Space Reflection


  • Object View Distance


3. Shadow & Lighting – Acer Predator XB252Q

  • Shadow Quality


  • Dynamic Shadows


  • Special Effect Shadows


  • Weapon Shadow


  • Global Illumination


4. Post Processing Effects – Acer Predator XB252Q

  • Anti-Aliasing Quality


  • Ambient Occlusion


  • Motion Blur


  • Motion Blur Quality


  • Subsurface Scattering


  • Order Independent Transparency



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23 Comments on “shroud”

  1. Can’t wait to try shrouds blackout settings once the game is released. I’m having trouble with the controls after playing fortnite for almost two months straight. :’)

    1. Shroud’s Blackout settings are definitely a good starting point. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is a much different game than Fortnite so it’s not suprising that it’s feeling different at first.

  2. I’m always wondering how you can play that fast w/ a 400 DPI (cuz his arm don’t seem to move that much when he plays). I’m at 2300, and tried at like 1000 recently and it felt sooooo slow….I think he’s probably switching b/w these 400 (when sniping/aiming) and a higher one when not ADS. Anyway, big fan of this guy here, certainly the player I enjoy watching the most (and that’s a 38y old fart talking, not a big fan of streamers and all).

    1. Note that shroud’s mousepad is huge. Shroud’s Blackout settings are pretty similar to what other COD pros are using. 🙂

    2. Nah all CS pros play at 400 and some play at 800. Theres been maybe 1 or 2 people who have ever been a pro player with it higher than that. You get used to moving your arm so much after a few hours of playing on it. I personally have always used 800 for every game no matter what

    3. It will definitely be uncomfortable trying to get used to lower DPI. I was exactly like you before. I’ve always used higher DPI but about more than a year ago I switched to 400 DPI and got used to it. When I first tried 400, I had to switch back to my higher DPI because I didn’t like it at all but then later I forced myself to get used to it lol.

    4. I used to be like you and had really high DPI. I used to use 1400 DPI and once I told my friend’s that as we played other shooters/BR’s they said I was crazy and gave me a lot of reasons why and used Shroud as an example. I understand perfectly what you mean when you watch Shroud and he look’s so fast and you feel like it’s the slowest thing in the world but you have to ease into it.
      My friend told me to drop from 1400 to 1000 and then after a day or three; drop it to 750-800. Keep slowly lowering it as the days pass and You’ll feel as fast as you did with your old DPI; it just takes time to adjust but once you do it’s pretty good.
      Think your a decent shot now with 2000 DPI? Wait till you get used to a lower setting like 550 which is my current setting. I’m landing way more shots and keeping my aim on point way better than any other time in my FPS life.

      This is already way too long and you might never see this but hopefully your also not making the same mistake I was which is having “Enhance pointer precision” enabled in mouse properties because it pretty much drops your DPI by like an extra 200-300 so 400 will feel like 50 lol.

      1. Many thanks to all replies above – didn’t see them until today. And thank you Saito, very helpful to know ! I have, indeed, the “enhance pointer precision” that is checked ! It feels like I’m going to do some testings and lower my dpi down progressively 🙂 ! I’ve got a global decent K/D on Black Ops 4 (average 2.4 @ ~370 spm on mixed TDM / KC), but my killcams always feel like I’m on steroids and it’s hard to follow/weird. I can turn all the way back very very fast, but my aiming clearly sucks compared to many people (always using SMGs because of that 😀 ).

  3. i play at 800 and like half of the sensitivity and it feels so fast i wanna make i lower but the same time i dont i literrally have the same settings as shroud and it doesn feel that slow i feels so fast …

    1. If you want to use shroud’s COD settings make sure to have a mousepad that is similar in size to shroud’s mousepad.

  4. I run 5.4 at 400dpi and I’m owning with it. U just gotta get used to using wrist at long range and whole arm movements at close range.

    I’m global on csgo. Using 1.6 sens in that game. And doing well at this game. A lot of top players run low sens as u can be on accurate.
    Mine defs is on the lower side of what u would want in this game but it’s what I’m used to and I can snap to heads faster at this sens after 10years of gaming with it…

  5. do you know what is monitor coefficient, is that the sensitivity of the opening sight?

    my monitor is 16:9. If I want to be slower than normal after opening sight, should I control this value below 1.78?

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