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How to convert CS2 sensitivity to Valorant

How to convert CS2 sensitivity to Valorant

With Valorant getting a new episode soon, many Counter-Strike 2 players would want to try out or return to Riot Games' FPS. However, the transition from Valorant to CS2 will be bumpy for you if you can't convert their sensitivity, and that's where conversion comes in. 

The thing is that keeping mouse movement the same across both games is essential to stay in peak performance and not miss shots, so it's not something to ignore because of preferences. In this article, we'll look at how to convert CS2's sensitivity to Valorant and what steps to follow. Hopefully, by the end of the article, the move from CS2 to Valorant will be as seamless as possible to allow you to start getting insane frags in the other game instantly.

So, without further ado, here's how you can convert your CS2 sensitivity to Valorant. Of course, just converting the sensitivity isn't enough to play well in Valorant as other factors like Agent abilities play a huge role too. To bypass this, you can always hire a professional coach from Eloking to show you the ropes. Just don't forget to use the code "BoostToday" for a 20% discount.

What is your CS2 sensitivity?

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Let's start with how to check your CS2 sensitivity so we can later convert it to Valorant.

  1. Launch Counter-Strike 2 from Steam
  2. Click on the settings icon on the top-left
  3. Go to Keyboard/Mouse
  4. Over there, you'll find a Mouse Sensitivity option gauge.
  5. Next to the gauge, you should see your sensitivity number.

Save that sensitivity number because we'll be converting it into Valorant.

How to convert your CS2 sensitivity to Valorant

Now that we know our CS2 sensitivity, we can convert it to its equivalent in Valorant. 

To get Valorant sensitivity, simply divide the CS2 sens with 3.18 to get it. For example, if my CS2 sensitivity is 2.8, I will do 2.8/3.18, giving me 1.32.

If, for some reason, you don't want to calculate it yourself, you can always find converters online that will automatically do that for you. Examples of online converters include, and, where all you need to do is select the games you want to convert to and then type in your sensitivity. 

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How to add your new sensitivity to Valorant

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Now that we've got our converted sensitivity, all we need to do is:

  1. Open Valorant
  2. Click on the settings options on the top-right
  3. In the general tab, under Mouse, there should be an option called Sensitivity: Aim
  4. Paste or type the converted sensitivity on the number

After following these steps, you have perfectly converted your sensitivity from Counter-Strike 2 to Valorant and are finally ready to play the game!

One thing worth noting is that your ADS sensitivity will be different than the primary sensitivity, so make sure you find a number you're comfortable with and set the multiplier to that.


Can I get banned for using third-party converters?

No, it won't do anything since it's not tampering with either of the game's files or logging into your accounts. If a website asks you to log in, then it's a good idea to find another site. 

Can I convert my Counter-Strike 2 sensitivity to other games besides Valorant?

Yes. Some online converters let you convert your Counter-Strike 2 sensitivity to various games. You must select the correct game and type in your Counter-Strike 2 sens. It's worth noting that each title has its multiplier, so you'll have to find it to convert it properly.

Will this affect other titles?

As long as you don't change your mouse's DPI, changing sensitivities between CS2 and Valorant will not affect anything besides the games since the in-game settings are more of a software change than a hard one.

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