Free Fire: how to shoot at the head (headshots) without installing macros
In order to improve in the Ranked Mode of freefire, it is essential that players spend time perfecting their headshots. Accuracy is essential to advance in the game, so constant practice is key. However, it is important to note that certain tricks such as the use of macros can have serious consequences, such as the permanent deletion of the account by Garena. It is better to focus on improving skills and techniques through constant practice and experience in the game.
The players of freefire they tend to slightly drag their thumb up while shooting. This makes it a bit easier to land headshots. However, doing so requires quite a bit of practice.
Now, not everything is pulse or luck in freefire. The correct sensitivity setting for headshots in freefire it is just as important as first aid kits and ammunition.
According to our experience in freefireand from what we have reviewed on specialized websites, the appropriate sensitivity to take a headshot is the following:
- Overall: 80-85
- Red point: 75-80
- 2x range: 55-60
- Scope 4x: 65-60
- AWM Range: 30-35
- Free sight: 65
It is important to note that players should use these settings as a base and modify them according to their device and preferences.
FREE FIRE | Sensitivity
Follow this path to access the sensitivity settings of freefire:
- Go to the home screen and look for the settings (gear) icon.
- Click to open the menu and look for the sensitivity option.
The general sensitivity setting in freefire covers most of the adjustable aspects when it comes to vision in combat. The recommended is a range of at least 60-80.
freefire is a free video game available for Android and iOS mobiles.
FREE FIRE | redemption codes
The redemption codes freefire are 12-character alphanumeric digits that give players a great opportunity to get special skins and other free items in Battle Royale.
Check here the redemption codes of freefire for March 4.
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