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News guides 02 April 2024, 02:30

COD Warzone Mobile - Best Controller Settings

CoD Warzone Mobile allows you to play on the go. If you are looking for the best settings for this title on your controller, here you will find an interesting take on it.

Source: Call of Duty, Wazone Mobile, Developer: Beenox Inc.

Call of Duty series is continuously moving towards one, unified platform for all recent titles in this vast universe of military shooters. Despite already having a mobile version of the game in their portfolio, a new one has been released – Call of Duty Warzone Mobile. This one further connects your CoD experience, as when you are on the go, all unlocks carry over between platforms. Obviously, when you’re working on your battle pass while traveling and playing on your mobile device, the controls will be different. If you would like to learn what are the best settings, here you might find an interesting take on it.

Best controller settings for CoD Warzone Mobile

Depending on your main platform, changing from “big” version of CoD Warzone to Mobile one may be a completely different story. While console players may have no problems while changing the device, PC enthusiasts who believe in keyboard plus mouse superiority might have a harder time with that. Due to that, this may be the most interesting article specifically for those kinds of fans.

There are two options to enjoy CoD Warzone Mobile on your mobile devices – you can use HUD to navigate around or a controller to have as much screen real estate as possible. Obviously, the second option will be the most preferable one. However, if you want to find the best controller settings, I have some news for you.

There is no universal, best of all, configuration whether that be for the HUD version of control or via gamepad. You can find some examples on the Internet, yet with how many devices there are, each of them with different screen sizes, various controllers and, above all, individual preferences, it is impossible to simply say that one configuration is the best.

Do not worry, as I offer you a journey through experimentation and believing in yourself. Changing a device that you usually play on is a challenge that opens new horizons but requires a lot of effort. Fortunately, CoD Warzone Mobile offers a ton of customisation options that you can try out.

Moreover, what works well with sniper rifles will not necessarily be optimal solution for SMGs, as they are designed for CQC. With sniper rifles you would like to have less sensitive settings that will allow you for precise movement of the reticle, whereas rocking SMGs will benefit a lot from higher sensitivity that will allow you for fast, wide movements in close proximity to your target.

Taking into consideration your build and preferences, set controls in a way to benefit the most out of the used accessories and weapon. Finally, bear in mind that enabling settings like auto fire or aim assist may help you at the very beginning, yet later on you may require more control over when you want to take a shot or where to aim.

If you use Apple products (iOS or iPad) you will even be able to natively change your gamepad mapping. You can do that by going to the Settings App, then General, Game Controller, and finally Customisations. There, you can enable them and create your own profiles that will allow you to remap most of the buttons. Sadly, it’s not as easy on Android devices. You will need to explore your options with 3rd party software to achieve the same effects as on iOS.

Don’t be afraid to experiment. Try out all the settings out there to suit your needs and preferences. With how many options the game offers, using predefined settings created by someone else can eventually be harmful to you or discourage you from playing. The best setting is the one that you enjoy and feel the most comfortable with. Best of luck!

Aleksander Kartasinski

Aleksander Kartasinski

Just a random from the depths of the internet who happens to be interested in video games like millions of other people on this planet. By sheer luck he was given a chance to write about them. Worked in IT department and supported users for way too long, but also given a chance to do some IT magic on a large scale in his free time. Interested in technology, games with intriguing mechanics, etymology, and linguistics.


Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile

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