Apex Legends is a revelation with over 50 million players around the world. On PS4 and Xbox One you have to use a controller because a kayboard and mouse are not supported. So, the best Apex Legends controller settings are very importand if you want to win easier.
If you are an advanced player and can use your pad very well, you should set the controller to be more sensitive. Personally, I don’t have such a big skill and I set my sensitivity to the smallest value. Below you can find the pad sensitivity settings recommended for players with extensive gaming experience and those familiar with the pad.
The Best Apex Legends Controller Sensitivity Settings:
- Button Layout…
- Stick Layout: Default
- Interact/Reload Button: Tap to Use and Reload
- Crouch Button: Toggle
- Aim Button: Hold
- L2/R2 Button Deadzones: Default
- Menu Cursor Speed: Minimum
- Look Sensitivity: Super High 
- Look Sensitivity (ADS): High 
- Per Optic Settings…
- Response Curve: Classic
- Look Deadzone: Small
- Movement Deadzone: Small
- Inverted Look: Off
- Vibration: On
- Advanced Look Controls…
The most important in Apex Legends is the sensitivity of aiming. The default value is too slow for experienced players. If you want to turn and aim quickly and you are the experienced player, the above settings are optimal.
If you don’t have experience in shooters and can’t shoot very well, slowing down will help you a lot. Below you can find a video where I showed my skills and settings. But I’m not a professional player and I have to replace my lack of skills with a game of surprise.