5 Valorant Pro Player Sensitivity Settings to Tweak Your Aim To

Looking for ways to improve your Valorant Aim? You may just need to adjust your sensitivity settings—and here's how you can do that.

Chris Wong - Writer for Buff
By Chris Wong
Tamara Fodora - Editor for Buff
Edited by Tamara Fodora

Updated July 25, 2023.

When it comes to tactical shooters like Valorant, precision in your aim is arguably the most important factor to improving your gameplay. While some mouse settings typically come down to personal preference, we can see that Valorant pros with the best aim fall within a concise range of eDPI.

For those unfamiliar:

  • DPI (dots per inch) is the standard measurement for mouse sensitivity. DPI is the mouse sensitivity you experience through general use of your PC and can typically be adjusted with your mouse's software.
  • eDPI is the measurement you get when you take your DPI and multiply it by the in-game sensitivity multiplier. So though we see some players have a vast difference in DPI, it is mostly irrelevant, as their eDPI tends to fall in the same general range of 200-400.

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1. TenZ's Settings

In-game Sensitivity:0.3

Tyson "TenZ" Ngo plays for Sentinels and is widely regarded as one of the most talented Valorant players of all time. His precision and aim is often on a tier of its own, even when compared to his fellow pro players.

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2. Asuna's Settings

In-game Sensitivity:0.272

Peter "Asuna" Mazuryk plays for 100 Thieves and has previously been Rank #1 Radiant on Valorant's NA server. Compared to the others on this list, Asuna has a much higher eDPI of 380, but an eDPI of under 400 is still typical for pros across Valorant.

3. ShahZaM's Settings

In-game Sensitivity:0.53

Shahzeb "ShahZaM" Khan plays for G2 Esports and is veteran in the tactical shooter scene. He is known as a pro in CS: GO playing for Cloud9, OpTic, and Complexity Gaming.

4. ScreaM's Settings

In-game Sensitivity:0.741

Adil "ScreaM" Benrlitom plays for Karmine Corp and has a history of being a headshot king. Back in his pro Counter Strike: Source days, he had one of the best headshot ratios of all time.

5. cNED's Settings

In-game Sensitivity:0.32

Mehmet "cNed" İpek plays for Natus Vincere and is known as one of the best Jett players in all of Valorant. Precise aim and Jett knives make for a deadly combo.

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What Should Your Settings Be?

The trend we see time and time again when it comes to tactical shooters is lower eDPI's reign supreme. It is true that the addition of abilities differentiates Valorant from more classical tactical shooters like CS: GO, but headshots are still the name of the game.

Since lowering your eDPI drastically in one swoop may be too much of a sudden change, I recommend you do it a bit at a time. Jump into the range before each session and try to lower your in-game sense by 0.01 until you make your way down to 400 eDPI.

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