Call of Duty

Scump Believes Modern Warfare 2 Aim Assist is Too Strong

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 released on Oct. 28, 2022, since then players have had time to form some opinions on the game, like the state of aim assist.

A few days after announcing his upcoming retirement from competitive COD, Scump made news after he spoke out against the aim assist in Call of Duty.

There has been a big debate for a long time regarding aim assist in Call of Duty. Modern Warfare 2 has continued that trend, with players talking about how all skill has basically been removed from the game. Scump, one of the best pro players in the game, shared his thoughts on Twitch.

"Nowadays, in CoD, they took out so much of the skill in aiming with a controller, with dynamic aim assist, it’s actually like you don’t have to aim anymore."

Scump

Here is the video of Scump talking about aim assist:

Players have been talking about this issue for a long time, as Scump said, "you don't even have to aim anymore." While aim assist is there to help players, it actually is hurting everyone as there is no more skill in the game.

With aim assist still being a big component in the game, now is the perfect time to work on unlocking your calling cards and other unlockables as soon as possible - especially with Season 1 right around the corner. You could even work on unlocking the gold camo on your guns in the game. While aim assist might be frustrating when used against you, it can help unlock your camos!