BEST Controller Fortnite Sensitivity + Settings + Custom Binds! (Xbox + PS4 – Fortnite Season X)

Hey what is going on guys, in this video today
we’re gonna be going over my updated sensitivity, settings, deadzones, binds, and pretty much
everything else you could ever ask for. Barring something crazy happening, this video
will be released the day before the beginning of Fortnite season 10, so these are definitely
going to be all the different settings that I’m using for the new season. And the good thing about this video is, for
the first time in a few months, I’ve actually made a significant amount of really interesting
changes to my sensitivity, settings, and deadzone specifically. You guys know I’m not usually a huge fan of
changes, but I really do believe that they’ve made me a better player, and made my settings
better as a whole. So that’s enough about that, and without further
ado let’s get right into it. Alright, so let’s start this video off by
going over my updates sensitivities going into Fortnite season 10. If you guys have been rocking with my channel
for the last 2 or 3 seasons, you may know that I’ve been on 0.65X and 0.60Y sensitivity
ever since season 7 or so. But that has finally changes, and as you can
see on the screen right now, I’m not on 0.675X and 0.650Y. So definitely not the most insane change in
the world, it’s not like I went from 0.65X 0.60Y to 0.9X 0.9Y, but as I’m sure you guys
are aware, even just small changes to sensitivity really can make a difference at the end of
the day. And the reason why I did this, is because
I felt that 0.65X 0.60Y was just a tad bit too slow, especially for some shotgun fights. Initially I tried 0.7X 0.7Y, but that just
felt a little too fast for me, and also, since I was used to having a slightly higher X than
Y sensitivity, having them both be the same thing actually felt a lot more uncomfortable
that I anticipated. So, to counter both of those problems, I then
decided to drop down to 0.675X and 0.650Y, which is obviously what I ended up settling
on. However, even though I changed my X and Y
sensitivity, I wanted to keep my targeting sensitivity the exact same. Now due to the fact that targeting sensitivity
isn’t an independent value, and actually is just a multiplier of your X and Y sensitivity,
it meant that I needed to change that as well. So because I raised my X and Y sensitivity,
to balance it out, I needed to lower my targeting sensitivity multiplier. In the last settings video it was at 0.427
and now it’s been moves down slightly to 0.405. If you do the calculations, which I actually
sat down and did one day, it results in me having almost the exact same targeting sensitivity
as I had before, which is absolutely perfect in my opinion. And, I tried to do the same thing with scoped
sensitivity, moving it down from 0.398 to 0.375, but honestly I’m not a very good sniper,
so that’s the sensitivity value that I’m least confident in, and also the one that I don’t
really care too much about. Now moving on to building and editing sensitivity,
they’re still both maxed out at 2.0, but I want to give a word of caution, that hopefully
you guys will actually hear before just copying every sensitivity you saw. Having 6.75X sensitivity and 6.5Y sensitivity
paired with a 2.0 multiplier, basically means that you’re building and editing with the
equivalent of 13.5X and 13Y sensitivity. For me personally, since I play on a combination
of high FPS and low ping, mixed with the fact that I do a lot of building and editing practice,
I really like my building and editing sensitivity being that high. However, if you’re one of the many people
watching this video just playing on a normal console, where your highest possible FPS is
60, and a lot of the time you’ll be more towards 40 or 50, 13.5X and 13Y building and editing
sensitivity may simply be too high for you. And that’s especially the case if you’re someone
that plays on a high ping, or if you’re not that great of a builder or editor to being
with. So the best advice I can give is to use the
X, Y, Targeting, and Scoped sensitivity as a baseline, and then play around a bit with
the building and editing until you find the values your most comfortable with. Alright, now moving onto settings, I know
I’ve changed one or two pretty important things here, but most of these settings are pretty
standard for the most part, and haven’t changed since my last video. So as they show on the screen now I’ll kinda
highlight the important ones. Sprint by default being on is definitely the
biggest thing I’ve switched since last time. It takes a little while to get used to, but
this is definitely something you want to have on, because it enables you to use your left
stick as another possible bind option. I like having tap to search/interact on, I
have hold to swap pickup turned off, I have edit mode aim assist off, but I’ve actually
heard that for some players that play on really high editing sensitivity, it can actually
be helpful to turn it on. I believe kamo is one of the more popular
controller players that uses edit mode aim assist, so maybe give it a shot. controller auto-run I have off since it can
be annoying in certain fights, auto open doors is an interesting one that some players have
on, but I never really saw the use in it, so that’s why I have it off. And obviously you wanna have builder pro builds
immediately turned on. Controller edit hold time doesn’t matter if
you have edit bound to a different button than whatever pulls out your building menu,
which is definitely something you want to do if you haven’t already. And finally, I have vibration turned off. The next setting I want to cover is my controller
dead zones, which I’ve actually changed a bit. I believe the last time you guys saw my dead
zones I had 0.24 for the left stick and 0.27 for the right stick. Well, as I said in that video, my plan was
to bring those dead zones values slightly lower over time. In case you’re unfamiliar with what dead zones
do, they basically determine how much movement on the thumbsticks in needed to register in-game
movements. So in a way, lower deadzones mean you have
a little more control over your aim, and that’s the main reason why I lowered mine to 0.19
on the left stick and 0.22 on the right stick. I may continue to experiment with this as
time goes on, since that’s still a little bit high, but for now, I’m really liking the
new dead zones. The next thing we need to discuss in this
video are custom binds. So for the majority of sensitivities and settings
in this video, I really believe that mine are about as good as they get. But with my custom binds on the other hand,
that isn’t the case. My binds aren’t horrible and I’ll still show
them to you just because people always ask, but I would really recommend watching my video
titled “the best custom binds for all controller Fortnite players”, that I made a few weeks
ago. That goes over the most optimal binds for
everybody, no matter if you play with a normal controller, play with a scuf/xbox elite controller,
or play claw, so I’ll put an annotation for that video on the screen right now. But back to my binds, they’re still the same
as they’ve been the last few months. I’ll put them on the screen right now but
to highlight the important ones I have edit bound to A, confirm edit bound to B, and jump
bound to right on the d-pad, which I then program to one of my controller’s paddles
since I use an xbox elite controller, so I jump with a paddle and not right on the d-pad. These binds are definitely solid, but like
I said they also aren’t the MOST optimal, so I’m gonna really try to improve them in
the future. And the final thing in this video is going
to be my colorblind settings. I use the setting “deuteranope” on 6 strength
anytime I play any kind of serious competitive Fortnite, because it helps me see through
the storm better, and a lot of other players do that as well. So, I hope you guys enjoyed this video and
if you watched the entire thing be sure to let me know with a comment down in the comment
section below. Let me know what X and Y sensitivity you plan
on using in to Fortnite season 10. Be sure to leave a like, leave a comment,
subscribe, turn on post notifications, do whatever the heck you want, and I, will catch
you guys next time!

100 thoughts on “BEST Controller Fortnite Sensitivity + Settings + Custom Binds! (Xbox + PS4 – Fortnite Season X)

  1. So i play on pc with about 240 fps , and ive just got a controller and need help with improveing , and these videos are extreamly helpfull , but if anyone has any tips for me please tell me.

  2. Dear gronky I need help finding the sensitivity that’s fast but good at Aim and I can hit those with and I really wish and hope you could make a video on that to help me find the perfect sensitivity or tell me and the gronky fans some sensitivity’s like that you’re truly

    Yours truly mr random content

    Ps: can you please pinn and like this comment

  3. Omg thx for thos video it helped me so much and I am using your creator code but I got no vbucks skins or anything

  4. My sens is x750 y700 i use this sens long time but yesterday this sens was fast for me i can't hit shots but why

  5. Oh my word thank you I used it and n I practiced and I can run up a pyramid and quickly turn it into a ramp thank you now I am better than my friends

  6. Playing with a controller on pc and with a controller on console, makes a lot of difference. Show us the proper settings with a console player, not controller guy playing on pc

  7. You should tell us what exact paddle you use for each function/button instead of just saying you have jump/edit etc programmed to “a” paddle so we have a better idea.

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