If you’re an avid Valorant player and want to jump into CS2, you may be wondering how to get your mouse sensitivity to feel similar. Here’s how to convert your Valorant mouse sensitivity to CS2.
How to Get Your Mouse Sensitivity From Valorant to CS2
To change your Valorant sensitivity to CS2, you’ll want to head to the GamingSmart website and to their Mouse Sensitivity Convertor. This is a program that can convert sensitivities from most online games to those of other online games. Once you’re on the site, you’ll see a range of dialogue boxes that you can input things into. We mainly care about the top five boxes, since the bottom boxes are simply the result of the conversion.
For the Convert From and Convert To boxes, we want to set these to Valorant and CS2 respectively. Keep in mind that it must be CS2, as Counter-Strike 2 won’t pop up any results. From there, you’ll want to list your current sensitivity in Valorant. Having these three boxes filled in will output a sensitivity, but we’re not done yet.
The final thing we want to consider is the DPI, since the default may not be your DPI. To check what your DPI is, you’ll need to go into whatever software goes with your mouse. For example, I use Logitech G Hub since I have the Logitech G502 Hero, but you may have a different mouse and software. Once you get access to it, navigate to the DPI settings and check what you have. I wouldn’t play around with this number since it can affect sensitivities in all other games, but that’s up to you.
Once you have your DPI, input it into both boxes relating to DPI and you’ll have your sensitivity. Simply set it to that in CS2, and you’ll be ready! You’re free to ignore the In/360 and Cm/360 stats since this says how many inches or centimeters it takes to perform a 360-degree turn in the game. Unless that’s something you care about, it’s worthless stats.
If you’re looking for more help optimizing your Valorant experience, check out our guide on the best crosshair codes for pro players in Valorant.