Want to play Garena Free Fire MAX like a Pro? This SECRET setting will unlock the marksman in you

Climbing the competitive ladder in Garena Free Fire MAX is a tough job. But if you want to play like a pro and land kills with just one shot, then you need to learn this secret Setting.

| Updated on: Aug 22 2022, 12:57 IST
Garena Free Fire
Struggling to get consistent ‘Booyah’ in Garena Free Fire MAX? Learn how to improve your aim and gameplay with this secret setting. (Garena International)
Garena Free Fire
Struggling to get consistent ‘Booyah’ in Garena Free Fire MAX? Learn how to improve your aim and gameplay with this secret setting. (Garena International)

The online multiplayer battle royale game Garena Free Fire MAX is very popular among gamers. Just on Google Play Store, it has been downloaded more than 10 crore times. A big part of its appeal is its large active user base which makes playing the game more fun than playing with just bots. But a downside of this is that the game is also very competitive which can often make progressing a real challenge. And progression is important not only if you want to rank up, but also if you want to win the prizes that the game offers in every event. But the question is, how can you improve your gameplay quickly? And the answer lies in this secret setting that will help you get regular headshots like it's a child's play. Read on to know how to play Garena Free Fire MAX like a pro. Also read: Garena Free Fire MAX redeem codes for June 4: Chance to get the Golden Roar bundle

Garena Free Fire MAX secret setting will make you the headshot king

Free Fire is a very skill dependent game whether you are in a close combat situation or like playing the sniper style. From controlling the movement to dodge bullets to improving your aim, all take time and effort to improve. And pro players are just those who have invested that time to greatly improve these skills. But there is no need to feel intimidated. Before we get to the ‘practice makes perfect' mantra, you might not even have unlocked your full potential in the game. And we know how to help you unlock it within seconds.

Like any frame-rate based game, the success rate in Garena Free Fire MAX is dependent on your reaction speed and how quickly your phone processes your input reaction and turns it into an in-game action. For example, if you spotted an enemy at the same time he spotted you, then the winner in that combat would be the one who shoots the fastest. While a part of it is controlled by the player who reacts faster, a part of it is also controlled by how quickly the smartphone can give the shoot command to the game based on your touch. The latter works in microseconds, but in a competitive game like Free Fire, they matter a lot.

So, here is the trick. You can change the sensitivity setting of Garena Free Fire MAX to ensure you always get the headshot before your target even has a chance to react. Do note, these settings are based on general recommendations from many pro players and the results may vary for you based on the smartphone you use, your playing style and your skill level. With that being said, check the ideal sensitivity setting below.

General: 90

Red Dot: 90

2x Scope: 85

4x Scope: 80

Sniper Scope: 80

Free Look: 75

Once again, these numbers may not work for you but you should aim to keep them as high as possible for the best result. Also, you might take a few days to get used to this setting and see results. But rest assured, it will definitely improve your game. Check below to know how to apply this setting.

How to change sensitivity in Garena Free Fire MAX

Step 1:

Open the game and go to the home menu. 

Step 2:

Go to settings.

Step 3:

Go to ‘Sensitivity’. It is the second option after Basic. 

Step 4:

Make the changes to the setting. That’s it. Enjoy getting headshots now.

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First Published Date: 04 Jun, 12:56 IST