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Topic: Logitech G502 - Battlefield 4

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    MASTER GUARDIAN ELITE

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    Logitech G502 - Battlefield 4

    These official mouse tuning guides will show you how to setup your Mice software settings, Cronus Pro X-AIM settings and In-game settings so that they work to perfection - as played by our own team of professionals.

    [SIZE=5]Mouse: [URL="https://cronusmax.com/manual/images/drex_basics_and_layout_management_custom_4.png[/IMG][/info]

    You first need to get your DPI, Polling Rate, and Mouse Layout set up correctly.

    Create a profile in the Logitech Gaming Software to match the one shown below:

    1. Take note of the mouse buttons that have been re-mapped to a keypress (in this case number 0)
    2. Assign your Default DPI to 2400
    3. DPI Shift can be any number you choose, but should ALWAYS be lower than your Default DPI, although I personally recommend using 1000 DPI.
    4. Assign your third DPI setting to 8000 - This is what we will switch to when flying a helicopter, or driving a tank.
    5. Assign your Polling Rate to 500


    PC SOFTWARE SETTINGS




    CRONUS PRO (X-AIM) SETTINGS

    Create a new X-AIM layout and map your keys like so:
    You can of course choose any layout you like, however this is one I recommend for this game. If you have any issues setting up X-AIM, follow these instructions: https://cronusmax.com/forums/showthread.php?t=147133





    Configure your mouse settings in X-AIM (Layout options > Mouse Settings)
    Match the mouse settings in your layout to look EXACTLY like the image below:

    Remember to match your Mouse DPI to the default DPI you set in the Logitech Gaming Software (in this case 2400). This is VERY important.



    * If your mouse feels too sensitive, you can lower the sensitivity in MOUSE SETTINGS. Lower this value by 1 digit at a time, until it feels good to you.





    IN GAME SETTINGS

    The final step is to open the in-game options menu, and raise your sensitivity settings to the maximum.

    1. NEVER lower the in-game sensitivity when playing with a mouse. This will cause a delay with your mouse and give you a "lag" feeling.
    2. Keep your Soldier Buttons and Soldier Sticks set as the DEFAULT configuration.







    When you enter a vehicle, tap the DPI-UP button on your mouse to increase your sensitivity without the need for extra GPC scripts. When you exit the vehicle, simply tap the DPI-DOWN button on your mouse to return to your Soldier Sensitivity. If you've setup camp as a sniper, you can tap the DPI-DOWN button to allow for a slower, more precise aim when trying to pick someone off across the map.

    Feel free to leave comments and feedback below. We'd also love to hear your suggestions if you made any adjustments to these settings.

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    GOLD NOVA I

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    Re: Logitech G502 - Battlefield 4

    Thanks for sharing.




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    SILVER I

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    Re: Logitech G502 - Battlefield 4

    Hello Admin,

    Am interested in your software, am playing bf4 PC version by Logitech G502 lightspeed, its wireless but am playing by wire, so can you please guide how to setup it.

    Regards,
    Khalid

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