Best Warzone Aim Assist Settings for Controller

Today we’re talking about the best Aim Assist settings for Warzone; these are for all controller users, even if that’s on PC. So let’s chow down on what the options are and what they mean. Well, we have

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  • Standard
  • Precision
  • Focusing

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Standard

Standard is the default setting which about 95% of players play on, and I’m pretty sure you’re used to how it feels and what it looks like. It’s got that nice slow down when you’re aiming across, and you’re on to an enemy to let’s compare it to precision here in-game.

Precision

The precision has a more robust drag when you’re actually on an enemy, but only when you’re very close to them with your Aim already. So it’s got a small range of slowdown, but a much stronger one. So it sounds immediately like precision is better, right? Well, maybe not.

If you’re strafing around with your left analog, you get zero aim assist and help. When you move the right analog stick in and attempt to look around, though, you get that super strong Aim Assist. This is great as let’s be honest, when are you just wandering around strafing with your left analog, even when rushing a building and looking to maybe pick up a hipfire kill, you’re moving your right analog stick around to looking corners or staircases and things like that.

Precision seems to particularly Excel when you’re sniping. It honestly seems to do a lot of the work for you. And you can sort of pull the trigger when you get that slow drag, and it’s pretty much going to be a kill. Let’s take a look at our final option focusing.

Focusing

This option, like precision, only locks on with your right analog, not when strafing around. But if you play Call Of Duty like a normal human being, that won’t matter one bit. The drag on the focusing Aim Assist seems to be so strong, just like precision, but the actual radius around the enemy is more immense, somewhere in between the standard and precision aim assists.

Call of Duty recommends it for new to analog players, and I can see why it really is vital and honestly a bit too strong, which sounds crazy to say. But imagine you’re taking on multiple players. You need more control over your accuracy, not for it to just be dragged around all over the place for 1v1 gunfights though this would honestly feel like cheating. It feels that good. If you’re a solo Warzone player, honestly, get it on.

For everyone else, though. I recommend giving “Precision” a go; you need to be a little more accurate because of that narrow radius, but when you are near the enemy, that drag is so strong, meaning you won’t be missing many bullets on a moving target. Perfect for tracking people on a big map like verdansk or indeed whatever we have coming next.

So let’s do a super quick review. With standard Aim assist, you get the largest bubble of drag but the lowest strength of drag.

Then with precision, you get the smallest bubble with a pretty strong drag.

Then lastly, with focusing, you get a bubble slightly more prominent than that for precision, but a powerful drag with your Aim.

So the choice is yours, but I would honestly recommend precision, especially if you COD regularly. Suppose you do change your Aim assist settings though it’s going to be super weird, to begin with. So please give it a few games to get used to it. But that’s all for me in this content.

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