Best Aim Assist Settings in MW3 Warzone

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Figuring out the best aim assist settings is critical to performing well on controller in Modern Warfare 3 Warzone. Players want to start out the new era on Urzikstan positively, so make sure you have these settings turned on when dropping in.

Aim assist settings in Warzone and Call of Duty have evolved over the years. Players can now alter multiple aspects of their aim assist, and even opt for certain types of aim assist. Not only is having the best aim assist settings critical to your own controller performance, but also to make sure when that SBMM activates you are in prime position to dominate tougher competition.

Here are the best settings to use.

Best Aim Assist Settings in MW3 Warzone

It's critical to note that, of course, settings are personal. Players should always try something out to see if it works for them. If it does, great. If it doesn't, here's what's largely considered the best aim assist settings.

  • Target Aim Assist: On
  • Aim Assist Type: Black Ops

Those are the two key settings. Of course, you want to have Aim Assist on. But, the Black Ops type is the most popular in the game. As well, make sure you go into your other settings and turn Aim Response Curve Type to Dynamic.

Other aspects that should improve your aim are experimenting with the best sensitivities for Horizontal and Vertical stick movement, the ADS Sensitivity Multiplier and your Deadzones. Deadzones affect how your stick responds to inputs. It'll also help players neutralize stick drift if their controllers are worn down.