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NICKMERCS reveals his best Apex Legends settings and sensitivity

Struggling to find the right settings in Apex Legends? Streamer NICKMERCS recently revealed his Apex Legends settings that help him dominate.

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NICKMERCS Apex Legends Settings

In a game like Apex Legends, sometimes the difference between life and death can be as small as having your settings and sensitivity adjusted slightly wrong, and streamer NICKMERCS has shared his setup with the hope of giving players an extra edge.

When you’re trying to compete with the very best in Apex Legends, the importance of having the right settings can’t be overstated. As you climb further to the top, the margin for error only gets smaller, and players will do anything they can to give themselves an advantage.

NICKMERCS recently declared that was enjoying Apex Legends more than Warzone and that he would be taking a break from the Call of Duty battle royale. He’s taken his new game quickly, and he’s made a video showing off how he adjusts his settings for maximum effectiveness.

NICKMERCS Apex Legends Settings

NICKMERCS Apex Legends settings

In a recent video, NICKMERCS notes that settings ultimately come down to personal preference.

However, he feels that there are certain things that should become staples for players looking to compete with the Apex elite.

You can find NICKMERCS Apex Legends settings below:

  • Interact Prompts Style – Compact
  • Button Hints – On
  • Crosshair Damage Feedback – X w/Shield Icon
  • Damage Numbers – Stacking
  • Ping Opacity – Faded
  • Obituaries – On
  • Minimap Roataion – On
  • Weapon Auto-Cycle on Empty – On
  • Auto-Sprint – On
  • Double-Tap Sprint – Off
  • Jetpack Control – Toggle
  • Incoming Damage Feedback – 3D
  • Taking Damage Closes Deathbox or Crafting Menu – Off
  • Hop-Up Pop-UP – On
  • Streamer Mode – Killer Only
  • Anonymous Mode – Enabled
  • Usage Sharing – Disabled
  • Performance Display – On
  • Club Invites – Disabled
Nickmercs Apex Legends Settings

NICKMERCS accessibility settings

  • Colour Blind Mode – Off
  • Subtitles – Off
  • Enable Access Chat Features – Off
  • Convert Incoming Voice to Chat Text – Off
  • Play Incoming Text Chat as Speech – Off

NICKMERCS controller settings

  • Stick Layout – Default
  • Interact/Reload Button – Tap to Use and Reload
  • Crouch Button – Toggle
  • Aim Button – Hold
  • Survival Slot Button – On
  • Trigger Deadzones – Moderate
  • Look Sensitivity – High (4)
  • Look Sensitivity ADS – Default (3)
  • Response Curve – Classic
  • Look Deadzone – Small
  • Movement Deadzone – Small
  • Inverted Look – Off
  • Vibration – Off
  • Custom Look Controlls – Off
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NICKMERCS Apex Legends video settings

  • Display Mode – Full Screen
  • Aspect Ratio – 16:9 (Native)
  • Resolution – 1920 x 1080 (Native)
  • Field of View – 110
  • FOV Ability Scaling – Enabled
  • Sprint View Shake – Minimal
  • V-Sync – Disabled
  • NVidia Reflex – Enabled + Boost
  • Adaptive Resolution FPS Target – 0
  • Anti-aliasing – None
  • Texture Streaming Budget – Medium (3GB VRAM)
  • Texture Filtering – Bilinear
  • Ambient Occlusion Quality – Disabled
  • Sun Shadow Coverage – Low
  • Sun Shadow Detail – Low
  • Volumetric Lighting – Disabled
  • Dynamic Spot Shadows – Disabled
  • Model Detail – Low
  • Effects Detail – Low
  • Impact Marks – Disabled
  • Ragdolls – Low

NICKMERCS Apex Legends audio settings

  • Master Volume – 68%
  • Voice Chat Record Mode – Open Mic
  • Open Mic Record Threshold – 0
  • Incoming Voice Chat Volume – 82%
  • Sound Effects Volume – 100%
  • Dialogue Volume – 100%
  • Music Volume – 28%
  • Lobby Music Volume 45%
  • Sound in Background – Off
  • Play Incoming Text as Speech – Off
  • Convert Incoming Voice to Text Chat – Off

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Image credits: Respawn / NICKMERCS