When you jump into a new game, it’s difficult to get accustomed to the different keybinds and control settings. With Apex Legends, it’s no different—and to be successful at the game, you need to have great aim and movement. By following the settings used by highly-skilled Apex players, you’ll have a solid foundation for finding the settings that work for you.
Coby “Dizzy” Meadows has quickly solidified himself as one of the top Apex players after the game was released two weeks ago. Dizzy has already won both official Apex tournaments—the Twitch Rivals event and Code Red tournament. Due to his skill at the game, NRG Esports recently picked him up as an Apex player.
With the skillset to prove it, you should consider using some of the settings Dizzy plays with. If it works for a professional, it will most likely work for you, too.
For video settings, Dizzy plays with all settings as low as possible. This includes disabling volumetric lighting and dynamic spot shadows. In a livestream, Dizzy said the goal is to run Apex at the highest FPS possible, even if it means dialing back the settings. Additionally, Dizzy has his field of view set at 110.
For his mouse, Dizzy uses a Logitech G305 with a DPI set at 800. In the game, Dizzy has a mouse sensitivity of 2.5 and his ADS mouse sensitivity multiplier is at one. He doesn’t use mouse acceleration or mouse invert, either.
Although these settings won’t guarantee your success at Apex, it’s a good place to start in finding the settings you’re most comfortable with.