How to Convert Valorant Sensitivity to Splitgate


Splitgate is a PVP game that that can be described as a mix of Halo and Portal. The game has been in beta since 2019 and it is finally ready for release. Over 45,000 concurrent players played the beta on just Steam and it will feature full crossplay support with other platforms. Its 1.0 release is expected in August and a ton of players from other FPS titles have been trying the game out. If you are a Valorant player who wants to try out what the game has to offer, trying to convert Valorant’s sensitivity to Splitgate can be confusing. Here is a quick look at how to correctly convert Valorant sensitivity to Splitgate yourself or by using a simple conversion tool.

Converting Valorant Sensitivity to Splitgate

Before converting Valorant Sensitivity to Splitgate, it is important to note that all conversions listed below are for 90 FOV only. Valorant is meant to be played at 90 FOV and if you tweak your game files to play at a different FOV with stretched resolution or at a 4:3 aspect ratio, you need to scale the conversion differently.

Here is how you should convert Valorant sensitivity to Splitgate using a calculator:

  1. Check your Valorant sensitivity in-game

  2. Multiply it with 7.467413

  3. For example, if your Valorant sensitivity is 0.3, your Splitgate sensitivity will be (0.3 x 7.467413) = 2.240

  4. After converting your Valorant sensitivity to Splitgate, try out your new sensitivity for a few matches and make adjustments if needed.

Note: This calculation is applicable provided your use the same mouse DPI and FOV in both games.

You can also use a sensitivity converter like Aiming.Pro to convert your Valorant sensitivity to Valorant. With some quick number crunching you can transition from Valorant to Splitgate very easily but there are some caveats. Splitgate has faster combat and it more reliant on mobility than Valorant, which is more tactical and methodical. A sensitivity that is comfortable for you in one game might not be ideal for the other and you should experiment with what works for you best.

Ideally, you want to find the sweet spot where your sensitivity is as low as possible without straining your hand. You want to be able to comfortably track your targets at the lowest sensitivity that you find comfortable. If you want to lower your sensitivity proactively, always do it in increments instead of making jarring changes, which can disorient your muscle memory.