What is the Best Aim Assist Type in MW2 & Warzone?

Hey gamers!!! Aim Assist is a nifty technology that works its magic for players using controllers, making it easier for them to aim and hit their targets in the game.

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Developers provide various aim assist acceleration curves to help players in-game, as analogue sticks have limited motion and can make aiming challenging.

In simple terms, this tool levels the playing field for players of first-person shooter (FPS) games, ensuring fairness between console and PC players.

It helps to improve the accuracy of the crosshair when using a controller, which can be less precise than using a keyboard and mouse.

This topic sparks intense debates within the gaming community: the use of controllers with aim assist versus keyboards and mice.

With Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 (MW2), players have the freedom to personalise and experiment with their aim settings when using a controller.

It’s worth mentioning that Modern Warfare 2 offers various types of aim assist. Here’s a comprehensive guide that provides detailed explanations for each of them.

Types of Aim Assist in Modern Warfare 2 & Warzone

Let’s explore the various types of Aim Assists in Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2:

  • Default: Traditional aim slowdown near target used in Modern Warfare games.
  • Precision: Strong aim slowdown that only kicks in when aiming closer to the target. Best for accurate players.
  • Focusing: Strong aim slowdown that also kicks in when narrowly missing the target. Best for players new to analog aiming.
  • Black Ops: Traditional aim slowdown near target used in Black Ops games.

There are four different aim assist options available in MW2. The default is the traditional slow-down of aiming near the target.

This is used in every Modern Warfare game. Precision is a strong slow-down that only works when you’re close to targets.

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It’s recommended for players who are comfortable with their shooting. Focusing is for new analog shooters and is a powerful slow-down. It only works when the shot is close to a target.

If you’ve played Black Ops before and prefer those games over Modern Warfare, the last option is the one you’ll want to go with.

The settings for Aim Assist will depend on your comfort and personal preference. You can try the Black Ops option for the best experience, but you can also try out other options one at a time until you find the one that works best for you.

Aim Response Curve

There are three different variants to the Aim Response Curve settings in-game. They are as follows:

  • Standard: Simple power curve map from aim stick to aim rate
  • Linear: Aim stick maps directly to aim rate.
  • Dynamic: Reverse S-curve mapping for fine aim rate control.

Best aim assist settings in Modern Warfare 2

This is again going to change from person to person but here are the settings that will generally work for all kinds of players:

  • Target Aim Assist: On
  • Aim Response Curve Type: Dynamic
  • ADS Sens. Multiplier: 1.00
  • ADS Sensitivity Transition Timing: Instant
  • Custom Sensitivity Per Zoom: Off. (Adjust it as per your comfort after getting accustomed to it) 

You can change these settings in the “controller” option in the settings menu under the “advanced” tab.

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