Today, It is very rare to see anyone playing with the 2 finger Claw settings. Two-finger claw settings are perceived to be the settings that only the newbies use. However, if utilized properly, a two-finger claw setup can work in a way that three-finger claw settings PUBG Mobile or even the Four finger settings in PUBG Mobile can never work.
Yes, I am saying that you can play better using the two-finger PUBG controls than by any other layouts. This can be a number of reasons for this. One Simple reason can be the size of your screen. Using the three-finger set up or even the four-finger claw on a small screen will eventually cover the bulk of the device screen. This would result in less visibility. That means you cannot see the surroundings. In most cases, this will be fatal!
A reason to use a two-finger claw layout is the stability it provides in Gyroscope
The second advantage is that you get wider visibility. Having more screen to see will help you to locate enemies faster. Before jumping in the article, I’ll say two-finger thumb has the simplest layout. it is easy to use and you can master it very quickly.
In this Article, we'll see:
What is Two Finger claw setup in PUBG Mobile?
In a two-finger claw setup, you need two thumbs. Each thumb controls either side of the screen. The remaining fingers rest on the back of the device. Generally, players keep all the other controls close to the thumbs. Each control should be as fast as possible to access as it can get. Otherwise, you may take extra time and get killed.
Best 2 Finger Setup in PUBG Mobile
2 Finger claw Layout in PUBG Mobile
2 Finger PUBG control setting
The idea is to have all the controls as close as possible. So, you need to place the buttons in close proximity to your thumb.
In the two-finger thumb layout, Joystick, peek buttons rest on the lef t side of the screen. On the right screen, you have your fire button, jump, crouch, reload, scope, and lay down buttons.
This layout may or may not work for you. You can create your own two-finger claw layout as per your choice. This layout is intended to provide you with just an idea of where the controls are best placed.
Two Finger Claw Sensitivity settings PUBG Mobile
Camera Sensitivity (free look)
|3rd Person Camera||100%|
|1st Person Camera||70%|
|3rd Person No Scope||70-75%|
|1st Person No Scope||65-70%|
|Red Dot, Holographic, Aim Assist||61%|
|4x ACOG Scope, VSS||10-15%|
|3rd Person No Scope||90-120%|
|1st Person No Scope||80-120%|
|Red Dot, Holographic, Aim Assist||50-70%|
|4x ACOG Scope, VSS||40-50%|
Two Finger Gyroscope sensitivity settings
|3rd Person No Scope||300%|
|1st Person No Scope||300%|
|Red Dot, Holographic, Aim Assist||300%|
|4x ACOG Scope, VSS||190-240%|
Best Two Finger PUBG Mobile Players
The two competitive PUBG Mobile players I have seen are Mavi and Jonathan. They are one of the huge rivals in PUBG Mobile. Both have many achievements under their name. And it is very hard to compare one with the other.
They both have taken active part in PMPL, PMCO, and even the world league that goes by the name PMWL. You can see their gameplay on YouTube and try to learn from it.
2 Finger claw vs 4 Finger claw PUBG Mobile
|2 finger setup||4 finger setup|
|Easy to master.||Takes time to master.|
|Better Gyroscope control.||Less stable gyro control.|
|Cannot control more than two controls at a time.||You can easily crouch, peek, move, and fire at a given instance.|
|Better for small screen devices.||Better to use on large screen mobiles or tablets/iPad.|
|More screen visible.||Less screen visibility.|
In summary, I want to let you know that you can have one of the best PUBG Mobile gameplay even if you use two-finger claw settings. If the other two setups do not work for you, the two-finger thumb setup will most definitely help you out! You just need to practice in the training room.