Rainbow Six Siege Is Giving You More Control Over Sensitivity

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A serious high quality of life change is coming to Rainbow Six Siege as soon as Operation Shadow Legacy begins gamers will now have the ability to totally customise the sensitivity stage whereas aiming down sights. The shooter at the moment makes use of a single slider setting to find out the ADS worth throughout all zoom ranges. The replace will make it in order that gamers can set the sensitivity for particular person zoom ranges, and Ubisoft says participant’s settings will convert routinely as soon as the brand new system is in place.

The prior sensitivity system annoyed gamers that loved utilizing completely different sights with completely different operators as they must always modify their settings between rounds. Ubisoft admits that it was troublesome for gamers to get a constant feeling between zoom ranges since field-of-view wasn’t taken into consideration. For people who most popular the outdated system, the developer has launched a sensitivity calculator that may assist gamers convert the prior ADS worth to the brand new system.

Once Shadow Legacy releases later this 12 months, gamers ought to not have this downside. Ubisoft claims it was in a position to enhance consistency between zoom ranges by factoring in 360 distance and visuomotor achieve.

“A visuomotor gain system scales the rotation linearly in order to maintain better consistency and perception when rotating your view,” Ubisoft explains on its site. “Because of the consistent feeling visuomotor gain provides across all zoom levels, we decided to use it as the new ADS sensitivity model in Siege. From now on, new R6 players will have an ADS sensitivity value of 50 for all zoom levels. This value of 50 gives a neutral and consistent transition between hip fire and ADS.”

Operation Shadow Legacy is ready to introduce Splinter Cell protagonist Sam Fisher as an operator and make gameplay modifications together with how EMP grenades work. Ubisoft has but to announce a launch date.

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