In any first-person shooter game, Aim Assist is an important setting, and Call of Duty: Warzone is no exception. There is a setting under the Controller options in the game for gamers who play Warzone on a controller, whether it’s on a PC or console, that will change the setting of the target assist.
Aim assist is the useful mechanism of the game to aid controller players hit their target because, as opposed to a mouse and keyboard, it is usually quite hard to maintain accuracy with analog sticks.
This setting will come down to preference, like most things in life, and in gaming. But here’s a quick explanation of all the COD Warzone aim assist settings available.
Aim Assist Settings
If you want to disable Aim assistance. That’s not suggested here. When using a controller, Aim Assist exists in just about every FPS game, in some capacity. If you switch it off, it will immediately become pretty apparent and put you at a disadvantage in any gunfight.
Standard – Call of Duty Warzone
This is the game’s default setting and arguably the best. When you are really struggling to hit shots, it only makes sense to switch off this setting. The standard setting is the objective of helping developers design the game around it.
Strong slowdown of the goal, which only starts when aiming closer to the target. Best for players who are accurate. This environment is sort of a flex. If you find that it is messing with your Aim more than it helps you out, use this setting. This setting will only be tried out by highly skilled players.
Focusing – Call of Duty Warzone
Try this one out and see if it makes a difference for you if you are new to controllers or gaming in general, or if you find yourself struggling to hit shots. If you’re shooting close to an enemy but just missing them, the Aim assist will kick in. Best for players that are new to analog targeting.