Tommey Warzone Sensitivity & Controller Settings
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Thomas Trewren, or better known in the Warzone community as Tommey, is a competitive eSports player and Twitch streamer with over 300,000 followers who is currently representing the LA-based 100 Thieves.
If you have landed on this blog post, there’s a pretty strong chance that you already know a thing or two about Tommey and want to get to the competitive level that he’s at.
A good place to start is by copying Tommey’s Warzone settings that have helped him bring home hundreds of thousands of dollars since Warzone’s release. After that, we will take a closer look at Tommey’s current setup, and see what gear he uses for tournaments.
And one last thing: while we can’t guarantee that you will get anywhere near to Tommey’s level, it is important to remember that getting better at Warzone is a gradual process that can take you some time.
Without further ado, let’s take a look at Tommey’s controller settings:
|Setting Name||Tommey’s Controller Settings|
|BR Button Layout||Tactical|
|Stick Layout Preset||Default|
|Invert Vertical Look||Disabled|
|Horizontal Stick Sensitivity||High 9|
|Vertical Stick Sensitivity||High 9|
|ADS Sensitivity Multiplier (Low Zoom)||0.80|
|ADS Sensitivity Multiplier (High Zoom)||0.80|
|Aim Response Curve Type||Dynamic|
|Scale Aim Assist With FOV||Enabled|
|Weapon Mount Activation||ADS + Melee|
|Weapon Mount Movement Exit||Enabled|
|Aim Down Sight Behavior||Hold|
|Use/Reload Behavior||Contextual Tap|
|Depleted Ammo Weapon Switch||Enabled|
|Armor Plate Behavior||Apply One|
|Auto Move Forward||Disabled|
|Automatic Sprint||Automatic Tactical Sprint|
|Vehicle Camera Recenter||Enabled|
Yes, you read that right. Playing on 9/9, Tommey’s sens is ridiculously high. This allows him to react quickly and look flashy whilst playing, and he fortunately has the past experience of being a Call of Duty pro to help keep his accuracy in check.
While copying Tommey’s settings can have a huge impact on your performance, another very important aspect that you should consider is your current gaming setup.
The gear you should pay the most attention to includes your controller (or mouse and keyboard), monitor, gaming system, and headset. Some other aspects of your setup that are also likely to impact your gaming performance include your chair, desk, and even microphone.
If you know that some of your gear is due for upgrading, let’s take a closer look at what Tommey is currently using.
Tommey is currently using a custom Scuf Infinity4PS PRO Tommey controller. While you can’t get his exact design as it is custom for himself, you can customize the same controller as per your liking in terms of design and colors.
When it comes to Tommey’s audio peripherals, he makes use of the beyerdynamic DT 990 PRO, which is a wired limited edition stainless steel headset. It costs just under $200 on Amazon as of writing this post.
Though it’s important to hear every enemy footstep at the highest possible quality, it is just as important to be able to communicate effectively and clearly with your teammates. For this, Tommey relies on the Shure SM7B. The SM7B by Shure is a great mic, making it Tommey’s perfect partner both for streaming and gaming.
When it comes to his chair, it doesn’t get any better than what he’s gone for. Tommey has invested some serious money in a Herman Miller embody ergonomic chair, which is deemed by many to be the best on the market today. If you are interested in spending quite a decent chunk of money on a chair, you can pick it up for around $1,000.
Now that you know Tommey’s sensitivity and controller settings, all you need to do is copy them and get used to playing with them. Keep in mind that changing around your settings isn’t easy and it will take you some time to get used to them.
Eventually, though, you will come out on top. It is also worth mentioning that just because a particular set of settings worked for Tommey to reach the top, that isn’t necessarily going to be the case for you. Everyone is different, and everyone has a different play style.