Free Fire is a mobile battle royale by developers Garena Studios. The game has been out for nearly three years but has recently begun to pick up in popularity thanks to its ability to run a wide range of smartphones. While PUBG Mobile still dominates the market, Free Fire is preferred by a small portion of the mobile gaming community.
As more and more users are playing the game, many new players are wondering how they should go about customizing their settings. Well, today, we’re going to give you some specific settings that are widely used across the community.
The basic settings include the graphics and sound, which aren’t instrumental to gameplay but can help. Of course, these settings will vary among players depending on what device you’re using and overall preference.
- Graphics: Smooth (Ultra, if you’re interested in the best Free Fire has to offer)
- Minimap: Rotating
- Music: 0 (Not essential but it helps with hearing more important sounds)
- Sound Effects: 85-100
Overall, the above settings don’t truly impact gameplay and are more personal preference than anything. However, we feel these specific settings offer the best experience in Free Fire.
This is where we start to get into settings that truly matter when running around the battlefield. From sensitivity to your controls, the below settings will help you succeed in Free Fire. First, we’ll start with the controls:
- Aim Precision: Default
- Left Fire Button: Scope Only
- Quick Switch Weapon: Off
- Quick Reload: Off
- AWM Sniping: Normal
- Vehicle Controls: Two-Handed
- Safezone Hints: Default
- Auto-Parachute: Off
- Auto-Pickup: Off
Next, we’ll dive into the sensitivity settings. Keep in mind, though, if your settings are drastically different from ours, consider making small progressive changes instead of jumping straight into a new sensitivity. This will allow you to become accustomed to the new sensitivity more easily.
- General: 60
- Red Dot: 50
- 2x Scope: 35-40
- 4x Scope: 30
- AWM Scope: 25-30