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Best Controller Settings for Battlefield 2042: PS4, PS5 & Xbox Series X/S

Find out the best PS4, PS5, and Xbox settings to use when you first drop into Battlefield 2042 on launch day – these will massively improve your gameplay.

Changing your settings in any FPS game is vital as they can make a huge difference to how the game looks, feels, and plays.

Luckily, Battlefield 2042 on PlayStation and Xbox has dozens upon dozens of options that you can change. This is nothing compared to all of the graphics settings in the PC version of Battlefield 2042 though.

Although, all of these options are a bit of a double-edged sword as they can be pretty overwhelming the first time you go into the settings menu.

That’s why we’ve made a guide for the best Battlefield 2042 settings on PS4, PS5, Xbox One & Xbox Series X.

Also, players have been having major problems using their controller on the PC version of the game. Here is how to get your PS4 or PS5 controller to work on Battlefield 2042 PC.

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Best Battlefield 2042 Settings For PS4, PS5, Xbox One & Xbox Series X

Unfortunately, Battlefield 2042 on PS5 and Xbox Series X doesn’t have 120 FPS support. However, there are still many settings that you’ll want to change.

This includes how to improve your controller settings for increased accuracy and responsiveness as well as graphics settings to make Battlefield 2042 look nicer.

But before you change your aim settings, find out why players think Battlefield 2042 aim assist is broken.

Best Battlefield 2042 Controller Settings – FOV, Sensitivity, Aim Assist, Deadzone & ‘Fast Triggers’

Battlefield 2042 has plenty of different controller customization settings. These are the most important ones that you’ll want to change:

  • Soldier Aim Sensitivity – 50
  • Field of View – 74
  • Soldier Aim Assist – 100
  • Soldier Aim Assist Zoom Snap – 100
  • Soldier Zoom Aim Sensitivity – 100
  • Aiming Left/Right Acceleration – 50
  • Vertical Aim Ratio – 48
  • Controller Vibration – Off
  • Left Stick & Right Stick Center Deadzone – 15
  • L2 & R2 / LT & RT Max Input Threshold – 5

Read More: Battlefield 2042 Players Demand Return of Scoreboard

Remember these are just the recommended settings from our experience. Some accurate players prefer to have higher Soldier Aim Sensitivity and also turn off Soldier Aim Assist Zoom Snap for extra precision.

Additionally, the Stick Center Deadzone and Trigger Max Input Threshold settings will make your controller feel more responsive in-game. However, you’ll want to increase these slightly if you suffer from stick drift or your triggers are a bit worn out.

Also Read: Battlefield 2042 Map Size Comparison – PS5 & Xbox Series X vs PS4 & Xbox One

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Battlefield 2042 Console Graphics Options

While you can’t do anything to change your frame rate on the console version of Battlefield 2042, you should change these settings to make your game look nicer:

  • Motion Blur: 0
  • Camera Shake Amount: 0
  • Chromatic Aberration: Off
  • Film Grain: Off
  • Vignette: Off
  • Lens Distortion: Off

Read More: Battlefield 2042 Players Report Low FPS Gameplay

Once you’re using these settings, Battlefield 2042 will play and look so much better on PS4, PS5, and Xbox. But obviously, feel free to play around with the settings and tweak them to suit exactly what you want.

Also, be sure to watch TheBrokenMachine’s video below. It goes through all of the settings in Battlefield 2042.

Also, one of the highlights of the game is surely Battlefield Portal, and it’s full of classic content:

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