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Caliburn Apex Legends Settings & Keybinds

by Arijit
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About Caliburn

Caliburn Apex Legends Mouse Settings

DPI
1000
Polling Rate
1000 Hz
Mouse Sensitivity
1.4
ADS Mouse Multiplier
1.0
Mouse Acceleration
Off
Mouse Invert
Off

Caliburn Apex Legends Keybinds

Sprint
L-Shift
Jump
Space
Crouch (Toggle)
C
Crouch (Hold)
L-Ctrl
Tactical Ability
Q
Ultimate Ability
Z
Interact / Pickup
E
Alternative Interact
X
Inventory
Tab / I
Map
M
Toggle Fire Mode
B
Aim (Hold)
Right Click
Melee
V
Reload
R
Cycle Weapon
Mouse Wheel Scroll
Equip Weapon 1
1
Equip Weapon 2
2
Holster Weapon
3
Equip Grenade
G
Use Health Item
4
Gibraltar Shield Toggle
H

Caliburn Apex Legends Video Settings

Display Mode
Borderless Window
Aspect Ratio
16:9
Resolution
1920 x 1080
Field of View
110
Color Blind Mode
Off
V-Sync
Disabled
Adaptive Resolution FPS
0
Anti-Aliasing
None
Texture Streaming Budget
None
Texture Filtering
Bilinear
Ambient Occlusion Quality
Disabled
Sun Shadow Coverage
Low
Sun Shadow Detail
Low
Spot Shadow Detail
Disabled
Volumetric Lightning
Disabled
Dynamic Spot Shadows
Disabled
Model Detail
Low
Effects Detail
Low
Impact Marks
Disabled
Ragdolls
Low

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More Caliburn Info

Caliburn’s real name is Gage Meyer. Caliburn is a professional Apex Legends player who is currently playing for team Team Liquid. Previously, he played for the Team Hollywood Hammers. He has also been seen playing PUBG and regularly tries new game as they come out. The popular Youtuber and Twitch streamer Caliburn uses a traditional settings layout with some noticeable differences.

Caliburn is an American.

Caliburn currently uses the BenQ ZOWIE FK1 gaming mouse.

Caliburn currently uses the Alienware AW2518H monitor.

Caliburn currently uses the Realforce R2 – 55G gaming keyboard.

Caliburn currently uses the Alienware AW988 Wireless gaming headset.

Caliburn currently uses the EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FE monitor.

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