This is something that just started happening over the last week or so.
I realized one day that my aim and sensitivity was extremely slow in Apex Legends. I typically run 800 DPI, default windows sensitivity, and 1.9 in game on Apex, which is roughly 27.3cm / 360. When I measured my mouse distance after noticing the slower sensitivity, it was almost exactly half, or 27.3cm / 180. I tested 4 other FPS games, and all had the same issue.
I checked every setting on my local and Shadow PC, nothing has been changed, and I even installed Apex on my local PC, with all the same settings, and my sensitivity was fine, so I know it’s an issue with Shadow. Also, changing the sensitivity on the Shadow control panel changed my sensitivity on the desktop, but not in-game.
I realize that I can temporarily solve the issue by just doubling my in-game sensitivity, or doubling my DPI, but I would like to solve the issue, as I use sensitivity converters for FPS games, and having to use incorrect settings would complicate this.