Hyper Scape mouse sensitivity conversion is a hot topic right now, given how Ubisoft's first battle royale game has entered open beta, allowing everyone curious enough to see what it's all about.
Many players are likely coming from other first-person shooters and wondering about a Hyper Scape sensitivity converter which can easily bring over sensitivity options from other games.
As it's still early days, options in terms of Hyper Scape mouse sensitivity converters are limited. On top of that, the game itself is a bit of an obstacle as it doesn't allow decimals when setting mouse sensitivity.
Hyper Scape Sensitivity Conversion
The battle royale's sensitivity bar lets you jump between set steps but if your Hyper Scape sensitivity converter gives you a value that uses decimals, you'll have to settle for slightly more or less sensitivity, at least at the moment.
Since it's still early in its lifespan, Hyper Scape also hasn't made it on the list of many mouse sensitivity converters.
Luckily, players are reporting that the battle royale game shares mouse sensitivity values with its older cousin, Rainbow Six Siege, which allows us to put together an initial list of converted sensitivity values:
- Apex Legends - Divide by 0.26
- Call of Duty: Warzone - Divide by 0.86
- CS:GO - Divide by 0.26
- Destiny 2 - Divide by 0.868
- Fortnite - Divide by 1.031
- Overwatch - Divide sensitivity by 0.86
- Ring of Elysium - Divide sensitvity by 5.599
- Valorant - Divide by 0.081
We'd be surprised to see Hyper Scape not getting support for mouse sensitivity decimals later down the line, as it's one of the most requested options among the community.
We'll also keep an eye out for a more accurate Hyper Scape sensitivity conversion and update this article as soon as we spot something to that effect.
If you're looking to hop into some Valorant while you wait for the addition of decimals in Hyper Scape, we have a sensitivity converter ready to help you find your preferred settings.
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