1 How To Get The Best Aim Assist In Warzone
What makes choosing the best settings even more difficult are the constant updates as Season 1 continues to get ironed out for both sides of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. But updates are starting to settle and we know which aim assist settings are now the best. Our guide will go over the aim and stick settings you need so that each shot counts.
1 How to Get the Best Aim Assist in Warzone
In the current state of MW2 and Warzone 2, the best aim assist option available is the default one. This may sound obvious enough, but many players have already changed theirs away from default shortly after launch day. Initially, players figured out that another aim assist setting was nearly broken.
To enhance your aim, you can also change your aim response curve type in the controller settings just below the aim assist type. For this, you want the dyanmic curve type which allows for more accurate aiming and rotational aim assist.
If you are on controller, you want to have aim-assist turned on as it makes life in Al-Mazrah much easier. Precision is our recommended option if you have years of experience and have accurate aim while Focusing is recommended for players who are new to controller input.
Aim Assist is responsible for the type of help the game gives you on the controller. It is best to leave it at Standard because many other options do not have the rotational Aim Assist. That means on Standard Aim Assist, you will be able to move around your target and get the rotational help. On some of the other settings, your crosshair would not stick to the target like that.
In short, determining which is better will vary on how you personally grade your accuracy level in MW2. The Default option is a broad one that provides a traditional aim slowdown when firing near targets. The Precision aim assist setting, on the other hand, grants a much stronger aim slowdown but will only kick in when players are aiming closer to targets, requiring much more accuracy in the process.
If you want to go a completely different route, fans and MW2 expert such as JGOD, have raved about the Black Ops aim assist setting, mainly because of how long the aim assist actually remains active for.
In CODMW, there are 3 Aim Assist options on gamepad; Standard, Experimental and Enhanced. These Aim Assist work in a way as it slows down your aim when pointing close to a target, with each varying degree of assist levels.
Call of Duty Warzone 2 is bringing in tons of new features for players to enjoy as we head into a new era of Call of Duty battle royale gameplay. Aside from the new features in the game, players can also fully customize the controller and aim assist settings to their liking. This level of customization gives you an almost overwhelming amount of options to customize, but luckily, you don't have to fret as we have you covered in this guide. We'll be walking you through the best controller and aim assist settings to use in Warzone 2, and help you nail your shots every time. Best Controller Settings in Warzone 2As with any of the settings provided in our guides, it's always up to players to fine-tune the settings until they find a configuration that works for them. The settings provided below, however, are a great place to start, and you might even find leaving them as is grants you the best gameplay experience.Below you can find our recommendations for the best controller settings to use as a baseline in Warzone 2. (Picture: YouTube / WhosImmortal)InputsButton Layout Preset: Tactical Flip L1/L2 with L2/R2: OffStick Layout Preset: DefaultController Vibration: OffTrigger Effect (PS5): OffAimingHorizontal Stick Sensitivity: 6Vertical Stick Sensitivity: 6ADS Sensitivity Multiplier: 0.9Sensitivity will always depend on individual taste. However, we find that getting the best of both worlds requires using a sensitivity of 6 for both horizontal and vertical movement.With these settings, you will be able to turn around fairly quickly, but some players do find that lowering the ADS Multiplier to a value of roughly 0.80 gives you much greater accuracy in those mid to long-range firefights.Sensitivity MultiplierThird Person: 1.00Ground Vehicles: 1.00Air Vehicles: 1.00Tablet: 1.00Verticle Aim AxisOn Foot: StandardThird Person: StandardGround Vehicles: StandardAir Vehicles: StandardGameplayAim Down Sight Behavior: HoldAutomatic Sprint: OffEquipment Behavior: HoldWeapon Mount Activation: ADS + MeleeInteract/Reload Behavior: Prioritize ReloadArmor Plate Behavior: Apply OneBest Aim Assist Settings in Warzone 2Below we've also broken down the best aim assist settings you can use right now in Call of Duty Warzone 2. We will elaborate further below on what some of these settings do, such as the aim assist options and aim assist curve, but feel free to use this as a template from which you can adjust specific settings to your liking.Below you can find our recommendations for the best aim assist settings to use as a baseline in Warzone 2, but feel free to tweak them as you see fit. (Picture: YouTube / WhosImmortal)Target Aim Assist: OnAim Assist Type: DefaultAim Response Curve Type: DynamicADS Sens. Multiplier: 1.00ADS Sensitivity Transition Timing: InstantCustom Sensitivity Per Zoom: Increase depending on how slow your zoom feels.There are four aim assist types to choose from depending on what you prefer as described below: Default - The "traditional aim slowdown" setting is largely usable by players of all skill levels.Precision - Better suited for more accurate players because it has a more substantial aim slowdown that only activates when aiming closer to a targeFocusing - For newer controller players who have less accuracy and is the ideal setting for getting used to the controls. Black Ops - The traditional "aim slowdown" used in Black Ops titles for those who are used to it. The Aim response curve type is another setting that you may want to tweak depending on your preference and skill level as it affects the aim response to hitting your aim stick. We've outlined each type here:Standard - The default option that uses a straightforward power curve map from the aim stick to the aim rate. Linear - Your stick and aim rate are directly mapped in linear, meaning your stick movement corresponds to one-to-one aimingDynamic - The preferred type as it allows for finer aim rate control, especially in Warzone 2's game modes where you are more likely to engage in ranged combat. There are also some settings that you can change under the Advanced section of the controller options that tweak the dead zones on your controller's input. This removes the chance of your controller ignoring some of your finer inputs when it comes to movement and accuracy.Left Stick Min: 0.00 (Increase if you experience stick drift)Right Stick Min: 0.00 (Increase if you experience stick drift)Left Stick Max: 0.99Right Stick Max: 0.99Left/right trigger Deadzone: 0.00For more on Call of Duty: Warzone 2, check out be sure to check out our dedicated section and learn more with some of our Warzone 2 Guides & Tutorials below:Warzone 2 Battle Royale Guides - Map Al Mazrah GuideMap SizeAll Killstreaks ExplainedUnlock All OperatorsNew Reporting SystemPrestige Ranks, Cap, RewardsNew Battle Pass SystemAll New Operators ListVictus XMR Sniper Rifle Unlocking GuideBackpack & Looting Explained Skill-Based Matchmaking PC Specs Check Server Status Unlock Zeus & Mortal's Bane Locked On The Menu Issue CDL Packs Blackout Roze Operator Skin BAS-P SMG Unlocking Guide Weapon Balance Changes Warzone 2 Tier Lists - Best Weapons Tier List Best Assault Rifles (AR) Tier ListWarzone 2 DMZ Mode Guides - Factions & Missions Contracts & World Activities DMZ Faction Rewards Interrogation Guide Featured image courtesy of Activision.For more on Call of Duty: Warzone 2, check out be sure to check out our dedicated section and learn more with some of our Warzone 2 Guides & Tutorials below:Warzone 2 Battle Royale Guides - Map Al Mazrah GuideMap SizeAll Killstreaks ExplainedUnlock All OperatorsNew Reporting SystemPrestige Ranks, Cap, RewardsNew Battle Pass SystemAll New Operators ListVictus XMR Sniper Rifle Unlocking GuideBackpack & Looting Explained Skill-Based Matchmaking PC Specs Check Server Status Unlock Zeus & Mortal's Bane Locked On The Menu Issue CDL Packs Blackout Roze Operator Skin BAS-P SMG Unlocking Guide Weapon Balance Changes Hidden Money Chests Unlock Gaz and Klaus AQ Soldier Kills if(typeof ez_ad_units!='undefined')ez_ad_units.push([[250,250],'ginx_tv-large-mobile-banner-1','ezslot_5',148,'0','0']);__ez_fad_position('div-gpt-ad-ginx_tv-large-mobile-banner-1-0');if(typeof ez_ad_units!='undefined')ez_ad_units.push([[250,250],'ginx_tv-large-mobile-banner-1','ezslot_6',148,'0','1']);__ez_fad_position('div-gpt-ad-ginx_tv-large-mobile-banner-1-0_1');.large-mobile-banner-1-multi-148border:none!important;display:block!important;float:none!important;line-height:0;margin-bottom:15px!important;margin-left:auto!important;margin-right:auto!important;margin-top:15px!important;max-width:100%!important;min-height:250px;min-width:250px;padding:0;text-align:center!importantWarzone 2 Tier Lists - Best Weapons Tier List Best Assault Rifles (AR) Tier List Warzone 2 DMZ Mode Guides - Factions & Missions Contracts & World Activities DMZ Faction Rewards Interrogation Guide Factions Rewards Unlock UAV Towers Find Stronghold Keycards LAG & Stuttering Fix Warzone 2 Class Setups - Best Meta Loadouts Best Long Range Loadouts PDSW 528 Loadout M4 Loadout FSS Hurricane Loadout TAQ-56 Loadout MCPR-300 Loadout Kastov 762 Loadout RPK Loadout Lachmann Loadout EBR-14 Loadout RAAL MG Loadout SP-R 208 Loadout Written by Shane MoosaShane is a full-time writer at GINX Esports TV. 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