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Online mattyb98

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Hi i think i have finally found the best setup for overwatch after the aim assist patch.
Sensitivity: preference choose whatever suits you

Sync: common
smoothing: 0
Auxilary for widow ana
Dpi 3200
Polling rate: 1000

In game

Aim assist strength: 100
Aim assist window: 20
Aim smoothing:0
Aim assist ease in: 75-90

Relative ads for ana and widow: 100%

Update

I have now gone back to legacy aim assist as it feels more consistant. You get the problems of pulled croshair movements and some weird aim assist movements but you get these with the new settimgs still they are just less noticeable and much more manageable.

The changing levels of aim assist that the aim ease system provides seems to lead in my gameplay to many inconsistancies. Ive tried it for over a month with various different settings and am now using:

3200dpi
Common
100aa
20-30aaw
Legacy mode on


« Last Edit: 11:20 PM - 10/19/18 by mattyb98 »

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Re: Perfect overwatch setup??
« Reply #1 on: 05:06 PM - 10/17/18 »
Ease in is the most recent setting added to OW, isn't it? I haven't played since it was added to the game, so thanks for the recommendation.

Everything else looks on the money, I reckon a small AA window is the key.

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Re: My experience with overwatch after aim assist changes
« Reply #2 on: 11:20 PM - 10/19/18 »
Updated hope this helps 😃

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Re: My experience with overwatch after aim assist changes
« Reply #3 on: Today at 09:44 AM »
couldn't agree more .
I gave the new aim assist ease in it's fair chance but now I'm back to legacy. I too feel the inconsistency in the aim assist ease in . Some times I would be an aim god and then all of a sudden I can't hit an AFK Roadhog.

currently using legacy
100 aim strength
30 window

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default sync
17.5 hip
12.5 ads
0 smoothing

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 g502 @ 3200 dpi 500hz

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Re: My experience with overwatch after aim assist changes
« Reply #4 on: Today at 09:55 AM »
Very similar to mine and i think i agree for overwatch on legacy aim assist 500hz is superior it works with the aim assist better but 1000hz leads to more freedom and less aim assist negative effects, as of this moment im undecided. Im currently using common sync but i need to test off and default again for a bit before deciding which to stick with. I also have my turning curve applied.
« Last Edit: Today at 09:59 AM by mattyb98 »