The Finals much like other FPS shooter games relies on precise gunplay and your reactions. Sure in the lower ranks, you can spray your way to victory or rely on luck for your shots to connect. But if you are looking to seriously improve your game, you must have experimented with the settings to get the best crosshair or sensitivity. Here many people are concerned about what the mouse focal length sensitivity scaling means and how you can use it. So if you are one of them then here is a quick explanation on whether you should enable or disable it.
Should You Set Mouse Focal Length Sensitivity On or Off in The Finals?
Ideally, you should turn it off, this is for most players. However, that doesn’t mean there is anything wrong with this setting. Depending on your character build and the gun you use you may also have to enable it. So the best way to select is by trying both out. Allow me to elaborate more on it to help you get a better understanding of how it works.
When you have the Mouse Focal Length Sensitivity turned off, your hip fire and ADS sensitivity get shared. This works out for most guns especially if you are taking fights from a medium range. So basically when you use your Aim Down Sights no matter what your POV is the sensitivity movement remains the same.
However, when it comes to using a sniper rifle you may want to have it enabled. While you are sniping your POV is reduced and you are trying to precisely hit your target with minimal movement. So having it enabled, in a way increases your sensitivity while using ADS.
That is why the game feels problematic and too sensitive if you have it enabled while not sniping. The opposite effect is also true of having it turn off may not be very useful while you are sniping.
The best way to solve this dilemma is to pick a playstyle and get used to it. So if you are planning to play a light character who snipes frequently, you should have it enabled. Otherwise keep it turned off so that you don’t use your regular gun fights.
That is all about how the mouse focal length sensitivity scaling works for this game. Don’t forget to check our The Finals section for more!