OpTic Dashy was showing off his PS4 controller to everyone that was watching his live stream a few days ago in which his controller had the signature “green” buttons with a black base showcasing the OpTic Gaming colors. He was also kind enough to show case his control settings for Black Ops 4.
After the CWL win with OpTic Gaming, Dashy has become a popular pro player in the world of Call of Duty esports. With a little over 90,000 subscribers, Dashy is crawling up the ranks of being an authority figure on Twitch. Although he’s got a long way to reach the levels of Scump and Crimsix in terms of followers, 90k is an incredible milestone. In Canadian fashion, Dashy is incredibly humble for his followers and mentions it in an old tweet from last October:
Dashy is becoming a favorite in the streamer world and we all look forward to his future streams.
A sneak peak into Dashy’s Black Ops 4 world
During one of Dashy’s streams, he pulls out his PlayStation 4 controller to show everyone who was watching what it looks like. We all know what a PS4 controller looks like, but many were wondering what colors Dashy has on his controller / skin. OpTic Dashy then pulls out his controller and shows it to his camera.
Dashy a a slick green on black controller color setup. The directional buttons are all green, and his R1, R2, L1 and L2 buttons are green. Same goes with the Action buttons (Triangle, Square, Circle and X). Showing off his controller he says: “GreenWall colors” and then “That’s the controller right there boys.. Oooo..“.
In this stream, we can see OpTic Dashy going to his “Controls” settings where we see all f his Ps4 settings for Black Ops 4. Interestingly enough his look sensitivity are both 6. Here’s the complete run down of his control settings:
- Look Sensitivity Horizontal – 6
- Look Sensitivity Vertical – 6
- ADS Sensitivity – 1X
- High Zoom Sensitivity – 125X
- Target Assist – ON
- Aim Assist – ON
- Controller Vibration – OFF
- Sprint Cancels Reload – OFF
- Auto Mantle – OFF
- Stick Layout – Default
- Button Layout – Default
- L1/R1 and L2/R2 – FLIPPED
There you have it. For all you haters out there that complain about target and aim assist, saying that pros don;’t use it, we’ll you have proof right here. It’s only “smart” of you to keep them enabled as opposed to having them off. It makes it “easier” to shot at the enemy. We’re looking forward to future streams and more golden nuggets being revealed by OpTic Dashy.
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