Warzone 2.0: The Best Controller + Graphics Settings
|Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 (Image via CoD)|
As Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0, part of Modern Warfare II – is a free-to-play video game, players need not purchase it to enjoy it. Even though skills play a vital role in the game, the best settings for Controller and Graphics are equally important for smooth gameplay.
The Best Controller Settings for Warzone 2.0
Controller Vibrations: To change the Controller settings, click the options button and search for Settings. Under the settings tab, press the controller. Search for Controller Vibrations. Most of the players like it to be ON, but experts advise it to be turned OFF for better enhancement.
Aiming: The next enhancement is Aiming. Under the Aiming tab, Horizontal Stick Sensitivity must be set to High 7. Players think setting it to medium 2 to 3 might be a good choice, but the whole essence of the game is in this part. But this doesn’t mean going all the way to 20 insane.
The same choice goes for Vertical Stick Sensitivity. ADS Sensitivity Multiplier can be left as it is i.e., 1.00.
Gameplay: Under the Gameplay section, Click on Hold for Aim Down Sight Behaviour. And Sprint/Tactical Sprint/Focus for Change Zoom Shared Input.
Now comes the Automatic Sprint under the Gameplay section. If it is turned on, players will not need to double-press to sprint. It can be a good choice to have it turned on. But sprinting manually can be great as it helps in critical situations.
Combat Behaviours: Quick C4 Detonation is an interesting option to talk about. It detonates any C4 before throwing another. Therefore, the recommendation is to turn it on.
Best Graphics Settings for Warzone 2.0
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Details and Texture: setting ON On-demand texture streaming allows players to have a realistic experience. More colors are added to the surfaces. It is recommended to turn it off if the specifications can’t handle it.
World Motion Blur: When the player is in motion, the world is seen as blurry. So be careful in choosing this setting. It can be a headache on the Grand Pix map if it is turned ON. The same goes for the Weapon Motion Blur setting.
There are certain settings not mentioned here, and that suggests not changing them. These are some of the best settings that can get very handy if gotten used to them.