Battalion 1944 is now out of Early Access, giving players a taste of some old school-inspired World War 2 FPS action. If you're coming from a different shooter, it's possible that you wouldn't mind using a sensitivity converter to quickly find your desired settings.
Here are a few sensitivity converter solutions for Battalion 1944.
Battalion 1944 Sensitivity Converter
It's never particularly fun to have to fiddle around with sliders and values to find that exact sensitivity sweet spot you're used to in other first-person shooters. Luckily, Battalion 1944 benefits from a couple of sensitivity converters.
One such sensitivity convertor is the Battalion Sensitivity Calculator. It lets you input the values for sensitivity and other settings such as field of view in a few games, giving a close estimate of what that translates to in Battalion 1944, with a self-declared error margin of 1%.
Another sensitivity convertor worth looking into if you're preparing for a Battalion 1944 play session can be found on the aiming.pro website. It features a larger number of titles than the one above, including The Division 2, Rainbow Six Siege and Battlefield V and automatically shows the sensitivity values after choosing options from the two drop-down menus.