Hey everyone! Today I’m going to be talking about the top 5 tips you can utilize in order to have a perfect Aim in both Vanguard and Warzone.

I am a professional CoD Vanguard booster here at Boosting Factory, and I’ll share you the tips on how to get better aim in CoD so you can try to be as good as the pro players are.

This will primarily be for the consoles (Playstation and XBOX), but, if you’re a PC player, stick around there’s content for you too! Without further ado, let’s dig in.

1. Adjust your settings

  • Horizontal Stick Sensitivity: 6

  • Vertical Stick Sensitivity: 6

  • Ground Vehicles Sensitivity Multiplier: 1.00

  • Aim Response Curve Type: Dynamic

  • Right Stick Min Input Deadzone: 5 to 10

  • Target Aim Assist Mode: ON (Default)

As expected, first we need to adjust your settings. Go to settings, then controller and gameplay. These are the settings I use, many pro players and CoD boosters like me do.

Regarding sensitivity, I usually go with 6 or 7, this depends on your personal preference so go ahead and tweak that one to 7 if you like. I wouldn’t go higher or lower than that.

Regarding Aim Response Curve Type, it could be tricky to get used to Dynamic but it will pay off. The aim assist is decent, therefore I use it. Rest of the settings you can tweak to your personal preference.

2. Center your crosshair

Whenever you’re moving, fighting, walking, running, whatever. Keep your crosshair in the center of your screen! This helps you be ready to shoot at someone’s chest or head at any given time, someone appears out of nowhere, boom, you snap him, in the worst case you need to move your aim left or right.

However, if you run with your crosshair down or up, then you also need to move your crosshair vertically and lose valuable time. Keep your crosshair in the center at all times!

For example, if you’re climbing the stairs, then center it slightly higher vertically because someone will either be on top of stairs or not, same goes for when you’re running down the stairs. However, on the horizontal axis you will always be in the center and snap left and right when needed.

3. Recoil control

Well, this one is a no brainer, right? CONTROL YOUR RECOIL. However, easier said than done…

There’s two recoils, vertical and horizontal. The vertical one is easier to control, you basically pull down the weapon. Horizontal, a bit more trickier. Therefore, always aim to reduce your horizontal recoil via attachments, and not the vertical one.

Each weapon has a particular recoil pattern, you can do some practice and shoot at the wall to see the recoil of your weapon. You can also go to settings > graphics > quality and Bullet Impacts & Sprays, set it to ON.

4. Strafing while shooting

Strafing is a great technique that will help you dodge more bullets, while helping you track the enemy with your crosshair in case they’re moving. So you wouldn’t be just using your crosshair control, but also your movement to track enemies, or make it harder for them to hit you.

5. Practice

This tip isn’t really a tip regarding your settings or technique as you can see. It’s more of a motivational tip. You need to play the game as much as possible, there are no shortcuts. The tips above will definitely help you pay attention to what to focus, once you know all the best tips for Vanguard above, the rest is practice.

You can do some custom games vs bots and increase their health so you need to stick on the target for longer in order to practice tracking.

Write down these tips on a piece of paper in short and place them next to your screen, just so you can remember to apply them non stop, because if you just leave and forget about this, not much will happen. You need to practice mindfully, not just play like a headless chicken.

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