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Rainbow Six Siege Player Pengu Explains Why He Is Changing His Sensitivity Consciously: “Avoid Auto Pilot”



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Niclas Mouritzen, known as “Pengu,” is a 23-year-old retired Danish Rainbow Six Siege player who had played for G2 Esports between 2018 and March 2021. Right now, he is streaming on Twitch.

About a day ago, Pengu’s former teammate criticized the players who are continuously changing their setting and mentioned that it doesn’t bring any consistency for them. However, Pengu thinks otherwise and replied to this post.

While Pengu was saying that he made his best play by doubling up or halving down his sensitivity, he also pointed out that changing your sensitivity makes your brain stop working on auto-pilot. In this way, you can focus and think about the game more frequently.

Here is what Pengu said:

“Concious/sub concious about your actions/aim. I find it when changing sens/mouse on a common basis, I tend to have way less bad days due to having to make a concious effort and continously learn my sens. Nesk have done very similar things, Doki/Shatte, sure there are others.

It’s the same philosophy I use for positioning/clutching 1vX back in my prime, is to avoid ‘auto pilot’ at all costs, either by having win conditions you play around – or by changing sens/mouse. Some of my best games of all time were when I doubled/halved my sens minutes before.”

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