mrdoolio on 14. Nov. 2015.
I personally never got the allure of low sens when it comes to fps.
Now, I do get the notion per se, low sensitivity allows for more precision,
but I see it being overemphasized a lot. I would like to ask why? (I am
really asking:) )
Because, I was a, well, semi-competitive q3 player and an invested but not
tournament level q1/q2 player and I always had my sensitivity EXTREMELY
high. I am talking after one hour of gameplay, my mouse probably wouldn't
cover more than a square inch of movement, with my hand never having to be
raised from the pad.
And I never ever ever had problems with precision-based stuff, like railgun
play. However I did have an advantage in other things, for example, jump,
turn 180 degrees, shoot, turn 180 degrees in a tenth of a second (which was
very valuable in quake). So, while I get that a slightly lower sensitivity
might be beneficial to people, I never understood those who literally did
sweeping motions with the mouse only to make a half circle or