Close-range fights in BGMI can be the most thrilling, adrenaline-pumping moments of the game. It is equally difficult to master as well.
However, it is impossible to avoid close-range fights as you will inevitably be faced with your enemies during any match in BGMI, at least in the final circle.
Here are a few tips which you can use to help you ace all of your close-range fights in Battlegrounds Mobile India.
1. Use SMGs or ARs
In close-quarters combat, a weapon’s ability to do damage is vital in BGMI. Most close-range encounters are won by players who choose high-damage weapons.
The submachine guns (SMGs) and assault rifles with 7.62 mm ammunition are the best weapons to employ at close range despite the fact that players have access to a variety of weaponry.
You can try out the different weapons by playing Team Deathmatch or Arena Training to determine which one works the best for you in close-range.
2. Practice shooting with movement
If you remain stationary while shooting, you become an easy target for your enemies. Instead, practice shooting while moving from left to right, or jumping even, in the training grounds of BGMI.
Incorporating this in the game will make a massive difference in determining whether you win a close-range fight.
3. Modify sensitivity
To perform better during close-quarters combat, players must modify and configure the sensitivity levels in-game.
They may either play a few games to determine their ideal sensitivity settings or they can duplicate a pro player’s sensitivity code. Try different combinations and see what works best for you.
4. Use a four-finger claw setup
The default settings in BGMI is a two-finger set-up, i.e, for shooting, moving and scope. However, changing this to a four-finger setup will help in making it easier for you to move while shooting.
5. Use gyroscope
If you find it difficult to move quickly while shooting, turning on your gyroscope in BGMI can be your saviour.
You can simply move your device instead of using the buttons which will make a mammoth difference to your game.
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