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The best settings for Call of Duty: Warzone | Digital Trends Spanish

If the settings are wrong you will not achieve the best performance when playing. In this guide we share the best setting for Call of Duty: Warzone, both for consoles and PC; take it as a starting point and, if necessary, make the necessary adjustments until you get your perfect configuration.

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Best settings for Call of Duty: Warzone

Best settings for console

A large part of the player base of war zone uses a console, so let’s go over the recommended settings for these platforms. Whether you’re on Xbox One or PS4, the menus look the same, so replicate our approach and adjust accordingly. Many settings come down to personal taste.

Use the tactical control scheme. This swaps the melee button with crouch/prone and allows you to “loose shots” at enemies, which basically means you lean while shooting to throw the other player off. This is a very effective tactic, but if you need to melee more often, you should consider sticking to the default setting.

We also suggest using a high sensitivity (around seven or so), to allow you to aim much faster. If seven is too high for you, consider lowering it to five. The higher the sensitivity it can be set to, the faster you can line up a shot and turn.

Lastly, we highly recommend using the square minimap instead of the circle. The reason for this is that the square map shows a bit more. The image above shows a comparison. It’s a little change, but when you’re in war zoneeverything helps.



Preset button layout: Tactical
Stick Layout Preset: Default
Invert vertical gaze: disabled
Dead zone: 0.05
Horizontal Stick Sensitivity: high 7
Vertical Stick Sensitivity: high 7
ADS sensitivity multiplier (zoom down): 0.85
ADS sensitivity multiplier (high zoom): 0.85
Target Response Curve Type: Dynamic
Controller Vibration: Enabled


Objective Help: Standard
Weapon Mount Activation: ADS + body
Weapon Mount Movement Output: Enabled
Aim towards the behavior of the view: To hold
Team Behavior: To hold
Behavior of use / recharge: tap / reload
Ammo Depleted Weapon Switch: Enabled


Sliding behavior: Tap
Auto advance: disabled
Automatic sprint: disabled
Vehicle camera centering: Enabled
Automatic parachute deployment: Enabled


game controller

Input device: Controller
Sparkle: 60.00
Safe area: personal preference
Film grain: 0.00
Tooltip: Enabled


Subtitle: disabled
Language selection: English
Color blind type: disabled
Color blind target: N/A
World Motion Blur: disabled
Weapon Motion Blur: disabled


Mini Map Shape: Square
Minimap Rotation: Enabled
Address Text: Letters

Content filters

Text Chat: Enabled
Profanity filter: Enabled (personal preference)
Dismemberment and blood: Enabled



audio mix: boost high
Main Volume: 30.00
Music volume: 0.00
Dialogue volume: 75.00
Effect volume: 80.00
juggernaut music: Enabled
Hit marker sound effects: MW

voice chat

Voice chat: Silence everyone except the party
Open Mic Recording Threshold: 3.16
Voice chat volume: 100.00
Microphone volume: 100.00
Voice chat effect: Without effect

The best settings for PC

On your computer, you have more options than on the console. There are settings to adjust your frame rate and resolution, even nuanced options you may not have considered. For the most part, we’ll go through each of those settings below. There are certain submenus that we don’t go into, because they are left at the default settings. Other than that, we’ll list our recommended settings for everything else.

For some configurations, you will know if they are useful to you or not. For example, you may want to keep your game music on while you play. It seems like a distraction to us, but you may feel differently. Use these recommended values ​​as a guide and adjust them to your liking.

Below is our setup for a keyboard and mouse control scheme. Most computer gamers prefer to use keyboard and mouse when playing games. shooters, since it gives them more precision. If you want to use a controller on PC, you can use the settings we have in the controller section for consoles.

keyboard and mouse


Mouse Sensitivity: 10-11
Vertical Sensitivity Multiplier: 1.00
Ground Vehicle Sensitivity Multiplier: 1.00
Air Vehicle Sensitivity Multiplier: 1.00
Tablet sensitivity multiplier: 1.00
Aim down sights with mouse sensitivity (ADS): Relative
ADS sensitivity multiplier (low zoom): 1.00
ADS sensitivity multiplier (high zoom): 1.00
ADS sensitivity transition time: Gradual
Distance Coefficient Monitor: 1.35
Reverse Mouse Gaze: disabled
Mouse acceleration: 0.00
Mouse Filtering: 0.00
Mouse Smoothing: disabled



Sliding behavior: Tap
Crouching behavior: Lever
Prone Behavior: Lever
Auto Airborne Mantle: disabled
Sprint / tactical sprint behaviour: Lever
Automatic sprint: disabled
Automatic parachute delay: Enabled

keyboard shortcuts

keyboard shortcuts in war zone They come down to personal taste. You can bind the keys that seem suitable to you. In our experience, it’s best to stick with the default settings – all you may want to do is attach tactical grenades to your mouse (if possible), to give you more control when using stuns, flash grenades, smoke, and other gear.



Field of view: 110+
Sparkle: 50+
Horizontal Heads Up Display (HUD) Limits: 100.00
Vertical Head-Up Display (HUD) Limits: 100.00
Skip intro movie: disabled
Tooltip: Enabled


Subtitle: disabled
Color blind type: (personal preference)
Color blind target: (personal preference)


Mini Map Shape: Square
Mini Map Rotation: Enabled

Content filters

Text Chat: disabled
Profanity filter: (personal preference)
Dismemberment and bloody effects: (personal preference)


Frames per second (FPS) counter: Enabled
Server latency: Enabled
Lost packet: Enabled
Graphics processing unit (CPU) temperature: disabled
Graphics processing unit (CPU) time: disabled
Show mute sound widget: Enabled
Show mute voice chat widget: Enabled



Display mode: Fullscreen
screen display: (personal preference)
Monitor adapter: (personal preference)
Screen refresh rate: 240
Render resolution (1920 x 1080): 100
Aspect Ratio: Automatic
Synchronize each frame (V-sync): disabled
Custom frame rate limit: Personalized
NVIDIA Highlights: disabled
Restart the shaders installation: (N/A)
Show gamma: 2.2 (sRGB)

details and textures

At this point, depending on what you’re after, you may want to prioritize resolution or frame rate. If you’re trying to give yourself the biggest window in the game, you’ll want to prioritize frame rate, shown below. For those looking for a more attractive look, go all the way up (if your platform allows it).

Texture resolution: Normal
Anisotropic Texture Filter: Normal
Particle quality: High
Bullet impact and aerosols: Enabled
Mosaic: disabled

shadow and lighting

Shadow Map Resolution: Normal
Cache Point Shadows: disabled
Sun Shadow Cache: disabled
Particle illumination: Under
DirectX Ray Tracing: disabled
Ambient occlusion: disabled
Screen Space Reflection (SSR): disabled

Post processing effects

Anti aliasing: SMAA 1X (low frame rate)
depth of field: disabled
film strength: 0.00
World Motion Blur: disabled
Weapon Motion Blur: disabled
Film grain: 0.00



audio mix: boost high
Main Volume: 20.00 (personal preference)
Music volume: 0.00
Dialogue volume: 20.00
Effect volume: 100.00
juggernaut music: Enabled
Hit Marker Sound Effects: MW

voice chat

Voice chat: Silence everyone except the party
Voice chat device: Default
Voice chat recording mode: N/A
Voice chat (push to talk): IN S
Open Mic Recording Threshold: (personal preference)
Voice chat volume: 100.00
Microphone volume: 100.00
Voice chat effect: Without effect

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