People love watching their favorite players, hoping to emulate some of their talents into their own play style.
ImperialHal is definitely in the mix of the top players you should subscribe to if you want to see Apex Legends played at its peak. Not only has he won multiple playoffs and invitationals, but he’s also extremely fun to watch with his reactions and awesome plays.
In this article, we’ve gathered all that we know about ImperialHal’s Apex Legends sensitivity & settings so that you can copy his setup – maybe you’ll be the next big Apex pro?
|Settings Name||ImperialHal‘s Mouse Settings|
|Settings Name||ImperialHal‘s Keyboard Settings|
|Toggle Fire Mode||B|
|Equip Weapon 1||1|
|Equip Weapon 2||2|
|Equip Survival Item||L+Alt|
|Use Selected Health Item||4|
|Use Med Kit||6|
|Use Shield Cell||7|
|Use Shield Battery||8|
|Use Phoenix Kit||9|
|Character Utility Action||H|
At this point, it’s pretty obvious that ImperialHal does not use a controller for his Apex Legends gameplay. Instead, he uses the ever-handy combo of a mouse and keyboard; specifically, a Logitech G Pro X Superlight and a Logitech G Pro X Mechanical Keyboard.
There are a lot of advantages to using a mouse and a keyboard. The reason why it is still a staple among computer gamers of first-person shooters is that it’s simply more precise, has macros, and the range of movement is just wider.
|Settings Name||ImperialHal‘s Gameplay Settings|
|Interact Prompt Style||Compact|
|Crosshair Damage Feedback||Off|
|Weapon Auto-Cycle on Empty||Off|
|Double Tap Sprint||Off|
|Incoming Damage Feedback||3D|
|Taking Damage Closes Deathbox or Crafting Menu||Off|
|Settings Name||ImperialHal‘s Video Settings|
|Display Mode||Full Screen|
|Field of View||110|
|Field of View Ability Scaling||Disabled|
|Nvidia Reflex||Enabled + Boost|
|Adaptive Resolution FPS||0|
|Texture Streaming Budget||Very Low|
|Texture Filtering||Anisotropic 16X|
|Ambient Occlusion Quality||Disabled|
|Sun Shadow Coverage||Low|
|Sun Shadow Detail||Low|
|Spot Shadow Detail||Low|
|Dynamic Spot Shadows||Disabled|
Like most pros, whether they are streaming or not, they always prefer having their graphic settings at the barest minimum.
Though not as intense as the need of first-person competitive shooter games like Valorant, games like Apex Legends do need good frame rates for better gameplay.
Battle royales give a little more leeway when it comes to reaction time and when facing enemies. Nevertheless, it is still incredibly vital for players to take advantage of every aspect of the game that they can. This includes getting the max frame rate in exchange for better graphics.
One single second or frame rate spike could make or break your game.
Besides, Apex Legends already looks so good even in low graphic settings.
One thing that we would like to highlight is how ImperialHal enabled Nvidia Reflex. It is a feature of Nvidia GPUs to lower the latency and ensure that your frames are crisp and will not get stuck. If you have this feature, definitely take advantage of it!
|Settings Name||ImperialHal’s Accessibility Settings|
|Color Blind Mode||Off|
|Enable Accessibility Chat Features||Off|
|Convert Incoming Voice Chat to Chat Text||Off|
|Play Incoming Text Chat as Speech||Off|
PC & Accessories
Apart from his Logitech G Pro X mouse and keyboard, ImperialHal also uses a Logitech G Pro X headset.
For his monitor, ImperialHal has a BenQ Zowie XL2546K which is a 24.5 gaming monitor with a 240 Hz refresh rate. It’s particularly popular among gamers, especially first-person shooter players.
Though we don’t have the complete details of his gaming PC setup, what we do know is that he has some of the best things money can buy. He uses an Intel Core i9-10900K for his processor and pairs it with an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080. Both are powerful tools for either gaming or professional work, and you definitely cannot go wrong with it.