The core concept of any Battle Royale title revolves largely around weapon control and gunfights. And the virtual battlefield of Garena Free Fire is no exception. However, much like real-life, each weapon in the game has a unique recoil rate, which can be challenging to fully control.

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Control Your Recoil For Better Aim

Free Fire offers quite a large collection of firearms, ranging from pistols to heave-duty machine guns. Therefore, in order to perfectly control and use a weapon effectively, players will need a lot of practice. And of course, the sensitivity settings have to be on point as well.

Beginners often disregard the importance of sensitivity settings. They actually have quite an impact on the overall gameplay and skills. Having the right adjustments will allow you to better control the recoil rate of each and every gun in the entire game.

Best Sensitivity Settings in Free Fire for Lesser Recoil

To get things started, you want to set your sensitivity settings as follows:

Best sensitivity for beginners for lesser recoil
Best Sensitivity Settings For Recoil Control
  • General: 100
  • Red Dot: 78
  • 2X Scope: 70
  • 4X Scope: 55
  • AWM Scope: 48
  • Free Look: 100
Follow the steps below to change your sensitivity settings in Garena Free Fire:
  • #1: Open Garena Free Fire and wait for the main lobby screen to load.
  • #2: Go to 'Settings' via the icon at the top right corner of the screen.
  • #3: A new menu tab will appear, select the 'Sensitivity' tab on the left-hand side of the screen.
  • #4: Apply the settings mentioned above.

The Basics of Recoil Control in Garena Free Fire

Once you apply the sensitivity settings, you won't be immediately outstanding at controlling recoil. Like we said before, it takes a lot of practice. So train yourself to get used to the new changes. You can always use the training grounds to practice with every weapon.

Feel free to tweak any values according to your preference.

To reduce the weapon recoil, scope into the target, tap and hold the fire button while constantly dragging it. The drag pattern depends on the recoil pattern of the gun. If it's sideways, drag to the right, if it's upward, drags it down! You want to keep the force in the opposite direction of the recoil to minimize it.

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