DanucD PUBG settings and keybinds

She's a PUBG-playing machine.

Image via DanucD

Dana “DanucD” Dima Gard is a popular content creator who mostly streams and plays PUBG.

DanucD, often referred to as one of the best PUBG players, started her streaming career back in 2018 on Twitch. She averaged around 30 to 70 viewers until the beginning of 2019 when the community noticed her talents and entertaining persona. She averaged around more than 1,900 viewers every time she went live throughout 2019 and also started a YouTube channel in the same year.

DanucD currently has over 526,000 followers on Twitch and more than 489,000 subscribers on YouTube. 

If you’re aiming to become as good as her in PUBG, taking a look at her settings can be a great start. While most settings can be up to personal preference, professional and veteran players spend hours optimizing their layout, which should save you some time while finding the perfect sensitivity and graphical settings. 

Here are DanucD’s PUBG settings.

DanucD’s video settings

Most competitive players prefer keeping every setting at their minimal values while playing on 1080p. DanucD, however, prioritizes a better-looking gameplay experience over extra frames. Though it’s a taxing preference for her hardware in terms of performance, higher image quality can better the viewing experience for her audience.

If the following settings cause you to drop frames to the point that you can feel it, you can also take a look at Chocotaco’s video settings, since he prioritizes getting the highest frames possible.

  • Window mode: Fullscreen
  • Resolution: 2560 x 1440
  • Refresh Rate: 144 Hz
  • Field of View: 103
  • Screen Scale: 100
  • Brightness: 50
  • Post Processing: Very Low
  • Shadows: Very Low
  • Textures: Medium
  • Effects: Very Low
  • Foliage: Very Low
  • Sharpen: On
  • View Distance: High
  • VSync: Off
  • Motion Blur: Off
  • Anti-Aliasing: Medium

DanucD’s mouse settings

Setting the polling rate setting of your mouse to 1000 Hz will ensure the minimum response time, but your mouse may start using more of your CPU. 

DanucD prefers keeping her DPI setting low while making up for the loss of sensitivity via the in-game settings of PUBG. While you can also do the reverse and go with a high DPI, higher levels may lead to rare occurrences of frame skipping while gliding your mouse.

  • DPI: 400
  • General Sensitivity: 50
  • Vertical Sensitivity: 1.00
  • Vehicle Sensitivity: 50
  • Targeting Sensitivity: 50
  • Iron Sight Sensitivity: 43
  • 2x Scope: 43
  • 3x Scope: 43
  • 4x Scope: 43
  • 6x Scope: 43
  • 8x Scope: 43
  • 15x Scope: 43
  • Polling Rate: 1000 Hz

DanucD’s keybind settings

  • Move Forward: W
  • Move Backward: S
  • Move Right: D
  • Move Left: A
  • Jump: Space Bar
  • Crouch: C
  • Walk: Left Ctrl
  • Sprint: Left Shift
  • Prone: Z
  • Auto Run: =
  • Peek Left: Q
  • Peek Right: E
  • Interact: F
  • Freelook: Left Alt
  • Next Weapon: Mouse Wheel Up
  • Previous Weapon: Mouse Wheel Down
  • Primary Weapon 1: 1
  • Primary Weapon 2: 2
  • Side Arm: 3
  • Melee Weapon: 4
  • Throwables: 5
  • Toggle Firing Mode: B
  • Peek Left: Q
  • Peek Right: E
  • Unarm: X
  • Increase Zeroing: Page Up
  • Decrease Zeroing: Page Down
  • Motorcycle Air Cycle: Left Ctrl + Space
  • Aim (Hold): Left Mouse Button
  • Use Med Kit: 7
  • Use First Aid Kit: 8
  • Use Bandage: 9
  • Use Boost Item: 0
  • Use Heal Item: Default
  • Use Energy Drink: 0
  • Map: M
  • Inventory: Tab / I
  • Push to Talk: Middle Mouse Button
  • Toggle Camera: V

About the author

Gökhan Çakır

Strategical Content Writer and Fortnite Lead for Dot Esports. Gökhan Çakır graduated as an industrial engineer in 2020 and has since applied his analytical and strategic thinking to many endeavors. As a natural-born gamer, he honed his skills to a professional level in Dota 2. Upon giving up on the Aegis of Champions in 2019, Gökhan started his writing career, covering all things gaming while his heart remains a lifetime defender of the Ancients.