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Acceleration is fixed and sensitivity numbers are added, so this game is in!
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Spellbreak

In-game and config file sensitivity added!
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11 minutes ago, eXecut1on said:

Is there any way to make vertical 1:1 to horizontal sens? I just got a key and started downloading the game

Not that I'm aware of, but most Unreal Engine 4 games in development tend to add this at some point. No guarantee for this game though.

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I feel like the sens for spellbreak is not always correct.
I measured a 360 distance on my mousepad and it is lower than it should be
This seems to occur at a dpi  lower (and maybe higher) than 700, which is quite strange.

So at a dpi of 600, the number given by the calculator seems to be lower than it should
at 750 it seems too high and at 700 it should be correct, or nearly correct i couldnt say exactly, it seems fine tho
Could you maybe check them again?
Thanks for your reply

Edited by ICrescent1337

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Checked now, and it's on point. It's based on the standard Unreal Engine 4 sensitivity.

If you're getting different results compared to the calculator based on your DPI, your DPI is probably not applied correctly or there's some issues with the driver/mouse/sensor. The difference when you change DPI is 100% linear (double DPI = half distance etc) for any game unless it has acceleration issues (which this game does not have).

Make sure to enter the sensitivity manually (enter the numbers) if you do it in-game btw, as the slider is inaccurate.

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