• Prowler
    65
    Battlefield Profile Version 1.0

    In Game Settings
    Go to Basic Controls
    Soldier Aim Sensitivity 55
    Soldier Zoom Aim Sensitivity 90
    Now Go To Control Schemes
    Default Soldier Buttons
    Now Go To Advanced
    Stick Aiming Sensitivity 0
    Soldier Zoom Aim Sensitivity
    1.00X through 3.00X is 90
    Now Go To Controller Tuning
    Controller Right Stick
    Center Deadzone 22
    Axial Deadzone 15
    RT Sensitivty 5

    Gameplay
    Change Auto Rotation to OFF and Aim Assist to OFF
    Attachment
    BF5.profile (133K)
  • charles Snyder
    5
    Hyped for this! will be testing after work!
  • Jay1516
    0
    Thanks for the profile.
  • Paul083
    1
    question? how can i remove the mouse acceleration? what settings should i modify? thanks.
  • Prowler
    65
    There is no acceleration per the profile *Note in Game Acceleration is set at 1 (lowest value). You may have to go back into the game settings since the update and find the left right stick acceleration and set that to 0. I am releasing a revision of this profile at some point this week so keep your eyes out.
  • Evan Kiewlen
    0
    Ive got the bf5 profile loaded for ps4 and its almost good enough to play with. im still getting some jitters and aim down the sight is slow. anyone got any suggestions? im using the kaliber mouse that came with the bundle on amazon..
  • Evan Kiewlen
    0
    can you do this for ps4?
  • JulianCa
    0
    to me with the snipers I tremble the look, I do not know why, any recommendation?

    Sorry for my English
  • Moderator [Derek]
    149

    Hi JulianCa,
    What mouse are you using? What DPI is the mouse and KeyMander set to? Did you remember to set the in-game settings as listed above?
  • Jay1516
    0
    Hey guys, love both of the profiles for bfv listed on the xbox one page but I'm wondering if anybody has found out a way to eliminate the aim assist completely? Even when it is set to zero i stil get the magnetic snappy feeling when snipping long distances. Any info would be great, thanks
  • Moderator [Derek]
    149

    You can break out of aim-assist easier with higher dpi settings. The more packet data sent to the console from the controller (which is actually the mouse in this case) the more it will bypass aim-assist. Does your mouse support 10K dpi? If so, set the mouse and KeyMander resolution to 10K and see if that helps. Just to confirm, you only get that sensation when over a target, correct?
  • Jay1516
    0
    Hey, Derek,

    Correct I only have that sensation when I'm over a target. My Mouse (Logitech G502) supports up to 12k but i have it set to 10k atm to match keymander. When I play bf1 I have zero issue with it so I'm thinking it may be just a fault with bfv for medium-long range sniping. The main issue is when somebody is strafing left to right i aim my mouse in one direction and it pulls in the other. Also thanks for the quick response I appreciate it.
    Attachment
    Multi purpose profile.profile (133K)
  • Jay1516
    0
    I also run in playmode with the mouse and keyboard connected to my PC if that helps.
  • Moderator [Derek]
    149

    Have you tried going direct to see if it has anything to do with your PC mouse drivers?
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