What's the Best Aim Assist Setting for Apex Legends?

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Many Apex Legends players use aim assist to better secure kills when using a controller.

While the debate between mouse and keyboard versus controller rages on, many players have taken to using aim assist to help them secure kills and win games. Players using controller already have their aim assist turned on but settings can be changed to better take advantage of the aim assist.

Players wondering how they can better take advantage of their aim assist settings need to look no further as this article will break down the best settings to turn on to make sure players are getting the most out of their aim assist to help them dominate the competition.

Best Aim Assist Setting for Apex Legends

While the use of aim assist is controversial in Apex Legends, many players have used it to great effect and many pro players have switched to a controller because of it. Although the best settings for aim assist are up for debate, here are the most common ways people have been able to get the most out of their aim assist settings.

The first setting players should change is their dead zone. Low dead zone is a must as it helps keep the response of player movements snappy. Another setting to keep in mind would be to keep the response curve set to classic while also keeping a lower sensitivity to ensure that aim assist plays a bigger role in firefights.

Here is a classic guide.

  • Look Sensitivity: Default [3]
  • Look Sensitivity: Default [3]
  • Response Curve: Classic
  • Look Deadzone: None
  • Movement Deadzone: Small
  • Inverted Look: Off
  • Vibration: Off