Halo Infinite is the first version of the game that is currently available to PC users as well. This brings along some confusion when trying to use your FPS skills in Halo Infinite. Although Microsoft has done its best to give you a plethora of settings that can help fine-tune your experience, coming from another game it can sometimes be tough.
CS:GO is another popular FPS that has a lot of users trying out Halo Infinite for the first time and if you are looking to get your Mouse Settings just right then here’s all you need to know about it.
Convert CS:GO Mouse Sensitivity settings to Halo Infinite
There is some math involved when converting your mouse settings from one game to another. Thankfully, you do not need to spend hours fine-tuning your settings or performing calculations.
You can use one of the online converters currently available for both games to convert your settings. We recommend you use the one below, however, you can opt for one of the other alternatives mentioned below.
Open this link to open the Mouse Sensitivity converter in your browser. Scroll down a bit and find the ‘Convert form’ section and click on ‘Select a game’.
Now, select ‘Counter-Strike:Global Offensive’ game. Similarly, under the ‘Convert to’ section, select the ‘Halo Infinite’ game.
Enter your in-game sensitivity and resolution settings for each game in the respective fields as you wish to.
Next, enter your FOV values for each game to take the same into account.
If you wish to change the DPI of your mouse then enter the respective DPI values in the next two fields.
You will now have the converted sensitivity value in the field below.
Alternative Sensitivity Converters that you can use
If you wish to find more sensitivity options then you can try using one of the alternative converters mentioned below.
- Sensitivity Converter
- Gamingsmart Sensitivity Converter
Here are a few commonly asked questions about sensitivity converters that should help you get up to speed.
Are sensitivity converters accurate?
A few sensitivity converters are definitely accurate given that you enter the correct settings for each of the games.
Unfortunately, sensitivity converters that do not take into account your monitor resolution and FOV are not that accurate unless you are using the same default settings across both games.
But converting settings and trial and error is the best way to go unless you wish to spend hours fine-tuning your mouse settings in the new game.
Should you use sensitivity converters?
Yes, there is no harm in using sensitivity converters. We recommend you backup your old mouse settings before making any changes so that you can easily revert to your last preferred settings in case needed.
The worst that can happen is that you end up with settings you don’t like which can be easily reversed.
Is there anything else that you should change?
Pointer acceleration is something that makes it quite hard to use the mouse when playing FPS games.
Hence it is recommended that you disable the same before converting and trying out new values. This will offer a more consistent experience and it will make it easier for you to tweak your settings and find the sweet spot.
We hope this post helped you easily convert your mouse sensitivity settings from CS:GO to Halo Infinite. If you face any issues or have any more questions, feel free to reach out to us using the comments section below.