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Aydan Warzone Settings

Controller Settings

Button Layout PresetBumper Jumper Tactical
Stick Layout PresetDefault
Controller VibrationOff
Left Stick Min Deadzone0.02
Right Stick Min Deadzone0.03
Left Trigger DeadzoneUnknown
Right Trigger DeadzoneUnknown

Controller Aim Settings

Horizontal Stick Sensitivity7
Vertical Stick Sensitivity6
ADS Sensitivity Multiplier0.70
Aim Response Curve TypeDynamic
ADS Sens. Multiplier (Focus)1.00
ADS Sensitivity Transition TimingInstant
Custom Sensitivity Per ZoomUnknown (low), Unknown (2x-3x), Unknown (4x-5x), Unknown (6x-7x), Unknown (8x-9x), Unknown (high)
Target Aim AssistOn
Aim Assist TypeDefault

Gameplay Settings

Automatic SprintAutomatic Tactical Sprint
Sprint/Tactical Sprint BehaviorToggle
Tactical Sprint BehaviorSingle Tap Sprint
Grounded MantleOff
Automatic Airborne MantlePartial
Automatic Ground Mantle/HangOff
Slide/Dive BehaviorSlide Only
Parachute Automatic BehaviorOff
Equipment BehaviorHold
Weapon Mount ActivationADS + Melee
Weapon Mount DelayMedium
Interact/Reload BehaviorPrioritize Interact
Armor Plate BehaviorApply One
Depleted Ammo Weapon SwitchOn

Video Settings

Display ModeFullscreen Borderless
Screen Refresh RateAuto
Display Resolution2560x1440
Aspect Ratio16:9
Display Gamma2.2 (SRGB)
NVIDIA Reflex Low LatencyOn + Boost
High Dynamic Range (HDR)Off
Global Quality
Upscaling/SharpeningNVIDIA DLSS
VRAM Scale Targe80
NVIDIA DLSS Frame GenerationOff
Detail & Textures Quality
Texture ResolutionHigh
Texture Filter AnisotropicHigh
Depth of FieldOn
Detail Quality LevelHigh
Particle ResolutionHigh
Bullet ImpactsOn
Persistent EffectsOn
Shader QualityHigh
On-Demand Texture StreamingOn
Local Texture Streaming QualityNormal
Shadow & Lighting Quality
Shadow QualityUltra
Screen Space ShadowsHigh
Ambient OcclusionBoth
Screen Space ReflectionsHigh
Static Reflection QualityHigh
Environment Quality
Volumetric QualityHigh
Deferred Physics QualityHigh
Weather Grid VolumesUltra
Water QualityAll


Field of View120
ADS Field of ViewAffected
Weapon Field of ViewWide
Vehicle Field of ViewDefault


World Motion BlurOff
Weapon Motion BlurOff
Film Grain0
1st Person Camera MovementLeast(50%)
Inverted FlashbangOff

Audio Settings

Audio MixHome Theater
Master Game Volume70
Gameplay Music Volume0
Dialogue Volume100
Effects Volume100
Cinematic Music VolumeUnknown
War Tracks VolumeUnknown
Voice Chat VolumeUnknown
Hit Marker Sound EffectsUnknown


Gaming PC Specs

24 Responses

  1. Hey guys, do you know what the paddles he uses are binded to? And thanks for adding all these setups it really helps me out to see what the pros use!

    1. Hey Ollie. Thanks for the kind words – glad you’re finding the information here useful. Aydan uses 1 right paddle on his Scuf controller, which is configured to “Jump”.

  2. Hi what Astro Command Center settings does Ayden use please?
    Keep up the great work
    Ayden ur AWESOME !!!!!!

    1. After taking a look around, it doesn’t appear that Aydan has shared his Astro command center settings yet. We’ll reply here if we manage to find them at some point ?

    1. You ask and you shall get 🙂 We’ve just updated a couple of settings that Aydan has recently tweaked. Included were his Deadzone, Brightness, Master Volume & Dialogue Volume settings. We’re currently working on a complete overhaul for how we display player’s loadouts, so check back soon to see these.

  3. Hi Guys,

    Do you know what size thumbsticks on the scuff he uses. Does he use normal both sides or extended both or normal left extended right etc


    1. Hey Dave. If you take a look at this tweet, Aydan shows that his current controller is using Scuf concave thumbsticks. Whilst he doesn’t specify the length in the description, we cross-referenced to other controllers he’s used in the past and they appear to be normal length on both sides.

  4. Do you guys have any warzone streamers astro command center settings? I just got them and dont know what to do. My audio sounds funky.

    1. Hey mate. Thanks for your question. This one is a common request, but for some reason streamers don’t tend to share their astro command center settings. I’d recommend following a guide on YouTube (like this one) and then tweak the settings from there. Enjoy your new headset 🙂

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