Mouse sensitivity possibly plays one of the most important roles in shooting games and this applies to PUBG so well. As you have to always beware of where the enemy is, it is a must to have custom DPI settings around your playstyle. You can adjust your mouse sensitivity if you have a gaming mouse and customize many more other things depending on what your gear offers to you. When we talk about mouse sensitivity we need to know what DPI is. It means dot per inch, assuming your mouse is set to 1000 DPI, whenever you move your mouse an inch, the cursor will move 1000 pixels on your screen. DPI settings vary depending on the players choice, there are many people who pick a different DPI. You can tryout what’s the best DPI for you by changing it from the software that comes with your gaming mouse.
You can also check from below what DPI settings some of the PUBG’s pro players use for their gaming mouses;
Shroud: 400 DPI (Logitech G303 Daedalus Apex)
DrDisrespect: 400 DPI (Zowie ZA11)
Summit1g: 400 DPI (Final Mouse)
TSM Viss: 400 DPI (Logitech G502)
Activater: 1000 DPI (Logitech G502)
Chappie: 800 DPI (Logitech G900)
SmaK: 400 DPI (Logitech Pro)
stodeh: 360 DPI (Logitech G502 RGB)
These are just some pro-players DPI settings. The DPI setings which we included goes only around the persons preferences. Although most people prefer 400 DPI, you should always try what’s best for you. If you aren’t used to move your mouse a lot like me for example, try higher DPI settings.
You can also change your mouse sensitivity from the in-game menu. Though these settings don’t allow you customize much but it helps if you don’t own a gaming mouse yet.