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Offline Pughy

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Aim assist
« on: 02:02 AM - 01/13/21 »
How do I get max aim assist

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Re: Aim assist
« Reply #1 on: 06:47 AM - 01/13/21 »
How do I get max aim assist

Use a controller
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Re: Aim assist
« Reply #2 on: 07:14 AM - 01/13/21 »
250 Hz,1600 DPI,low sensitivity(ADS)

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Re: Aim assist
« Reply #3 on: 10:51 AM - 01/15/21 »
Find a dpi that you're comfortable with, use around 40 SAB, 1-3 smoothing, max in-game sensitivity and adjust your xim mouse sensitivity to a comfortable and precise number. All aim assist is, is slowdown near the target. If you want the most that you can get a high dpi is probably not the way to go. 3200-6000 dpi would likely be the best for what you want. You could average the two and go with that dpi if you want. I used to use a deceleration curve that I posted a long time ago on here when I was on console. The curve was still linear, and all I did was drop it a few centimeters below the default line. It helped me and a few other people might have liked it as well. Then work on your mouse control and how fast you move your mouse once you lock onto the target, to stay on target. Just because you have the xim, that doesn't mean you will win every gunfight vs players that are using the same mechanic. Hope that helps.
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