This is Patriots from RealGamersTV, and today we'll be discussing the differences between the controller setups and their advantages and disadvantages.
First layout we have is called the Tactical Layout which switches the crouch from the B button to your right analog stick. The advantage of having this is when you're shooting you can lie down which makes you a difficult target to shoot at. But the disadvantage is that when you go to knife somebody, you have to move your finger from the analog stick to the B button.
Now, let's talk about sensitivity. Sensitivity is very important, and it really depends on the gun you're using. With assault rifles and SMGs, two to four is recommended. SMGs, you can go up maybe five or six because you will have more gunfights at close range which will require turning a lot faster. But assault rifles, stick around three or four because with long range gunfights of lower your sensitivity, the better your accuracy. For sniper rifles, sensitivity should be between seven and 10. It should be between seven and 10 because when you scope in, your sensitivity drops tremendously. If you're between seven and 10, you'll be able to turn quick enough within your scope to be able to find your target.
My last and pretty important recommendation is to turn off vibration. I can't show you vibration being off, but let me tell you, when you're shooting a sniper rifle or an assault rifle, either one, controller vibrating can throw off your accuracy. So go in the controller settings and turn off vibration.
Thank you for watching. This has been Patriots from RealGamersTV, and I'll see you all later.