Swagg Warzone Sensitivity & Controller Settings

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Swagg is a young and rising star in the Call of Duty community. His rise to popularity was because of his insane skills and unique persona. He is right up there on the best skillful streamers in the Call of Duty Warzone scene. This blog post will show you Swagg’s Warzone sensitivity & controller settings so you can try to mimic his playstyle and get used to playing like a pro!

To give a brief background on Kris Lamberson, also known as Swagg, he started as a regular student in college who plays sports. After an injury, he convinced his mom to let him try gaming and streaming for a semester.

In short, it turned out pretty well for Swagg. Actually, that would be an understatement. He has built a big following in such a short amount of time. He has already surpassed a million followers in Twitch and another million subscribers on YouTube.

He is also a member of the FaZe organization. As an African American, he is pushing for diversity in the Twitch streaming community as the platform lacks diversity at the top of the popularity charts.

As we see more and more athletes and hip hop rappers try out streaming, people have been starting to notice gaming and streaming as a valid career path. Swagg accepts this role in helping other people stream for a living.

For his own growing community, he is definitely known for his entertaining and charismatic personality with his YouTube videos and his top-level skills in Call of Duty.

Swagg’s Warzone Settings

General Settings

Settings NameSwagg’s Settings
BR Button LayoutTactical
Stick Layout PresetDefault
Invert Vertical LookDisabled
Deadzone0.05
Horizontal Stick Sensitivity9
Vertical Stick Sensitivity9
ADS Sensitivity Multiplier (Low Zoom)1
ADS Sensitivity Multiplier (High Zoom)1
Aim Response Curve TypeStandard
Controller VibrationDisabled
Aim AssistStandard
Scale Aim Assist With FOVEnabled
Weapon Mount ActivationADS + Melee
Weapon Mount Movement ExitEnabled
Aim Down Sight BehaviorHold
Equipment BehaviorHold
Use/Reload BehaviorContextual Tap
Depleted Ammo Weapon SwitchEnabled
Armor Plate BehaviorApply All
Slide BehaviorTap
Auto Move ForwardDisabled
Automatic SprintAutomatic Tactical Sprint
Vehicle Camera RecenterEnabled
Parachute Auto-DeployEnabled
Field of View120
Brightness59
Horizontal HUD Bounds100
Vertical HUD Bounds100
Colorblind TypeDisabled
Colorblind TargetDisabled
Mini Map ShapeSquare
Mini Map RotationEnabled

Graphic Settings

Video Settings NameSwagg’s Video Settings
Display ModeFullscreen
Screen Refresh Rate240
Display Resolution1920×1080
Render Resolution100
Aspect RatioAutomatic
Sync Every Frame (V-Sync)Disabled
Custom Framerate LimitCustom
Nvidia Reflex Low LatencyEnabled + Boost
Display Gamma2.2 (sRGB)
Texture ResolutionHigh
Texture Filter AnisotropicHigh
Particle QualityHigh
Bullet Impacts & SpraysEnabled
TessellationDisabled
On-Demand Texture StreamingEnabled
Streaming QualityNormal
Shadow Map ResolutionNormal
Cache Spot ShadowsDisabled
Cache Sun Shadows Disabled
Particle LightingHigh
DirectX RaytracingDisabled
Ambient OcclusionDisabled
Screen Space ReflectionDisabled
Anti-AliasingSMAA T2X
Depth of FieldDisabled
Filmic Strength0
World Motion BlurDisabled
Weapon Motion BlurDisabled
Film Grain0

Swagg’s Gaming PC Setup

  • CPU – Intel i9-10900K
  • Motherboard – MSI MEG Z490 Godlike
  • GPU – MSI GeForce RTX 3090 VENTUS 3X
  • RAM or Memory – G.Skill TridentZ Royal RGB 32GB
  • SSD – Samsung 970 EVO Plus NVMe 2TB
  • Hard Disk Drive – Seagate Barracuda 4TB
  • Case – NZXT H710i Black
  • Fans – NZXT AER RGB 140mm Kit
  • CPU Cooler – NZXT Kraken Z73

Gaming Monitor

Swagg uses the MSI Oculux NXG251R which is a 24.5-inch gaming monitor with a 240Hz refresh rate. The lightning-fast refresh rate gives a slight advantage in FPS games as the screen looks smoother as it plays.

Gaming Headset

Swagg uses the Astro A40 Custom Pink ID which is one of the best gaming headsets out there. The whole gaming headset line from Astro (A10 to A50) has all been well-received and widely regarded as the best one out in the market. Swagg’s version is a custom one so you might need to find a regular version. The quality is the same as the custom one is purely for aesthetic reasons.

Gaming Mouse

Swagg uses the Logitech G203 along with his FaZe mouse pad. With Swagg being a controller player, you can opt to use a different gaming mouse you would prefer.

Gaming Keyboard

Swagg uses the Steelseries Apex Pro TKL which is a mechanical gaming keyboard with a smart OLED display. It is built for great durability and stability with a lot of customization options and a magnetic wrist rest. It has 6 different variants to choose from and you can choose whichever you prefer as it would not matter as much because you might be playing with a controller anyway.

Controller

Swagg has his own line of controllers with SCUF and he uses the SCU Impact Swagg 1 Million LE. He also has different controllers from SCUF such as the Impact version and the Vantage version. If you want to support Swagg, you can get his custom controllers from SCUF when they are available.

If you look at Swagg’s sens, you can see that it is absurdly high. Most gamers are not used to this type of sensitivity. If you want a lower sensitivity, you can try copying other controller-player streamers like Nickmercs, Nadeshot, and Syndicate.

Final Thoughts

Swagg is one of the best Call of Duty Warzone streamers out there in terms of pure skills. He is an absolute unit by himself and, when you see him playing with squads, they will light up the whole lobby for sure.

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