I've got a question for ya'll on the aim sensitivity. I've been playing COD games for a long time now, so I'm not new at this or anything like that. But I will say this, I've been using the original sensitivity setting on every Call of Duty game I've ever played, up to this point. (I think anyway).
I've never had an issue with it, I have a pretty solid K/D ratio over 2.15 when I play on my account. So, is higher sensitivity really better? I tried turning it up a few times, but I have always found that I have trouble with it and can't really keep myself aimed in on things too easily. It's like I bobble the scope or sights around before I can actually manage to hit someone when the sensitivity is high. Is this something that will make it easier to get kills and complete objectives? Should I stick with what I've been using since I first started playing COD3? Or should I stick with it and try to keep using the higher sensitivity?
In other words, is it just something that takes some time getting used to?