Hello PUGB players! We’ve asked a few times for friends and supporters to make a tutorial for aiming. So we decide to create this latest pubg aiming tips that could be helpful to other players as well.
PUBG Tips – Aiming Tips and Tricks
We’re gonna startoff with some things you can do that don’t cost you any money that will improve your killing proficiency. First you’re gonna need to make sure that your mouse acceleration is off which you can find in your mouse settings. This setting makes the speed you move your mouse affect the distance your cursor moves which is fine for office work but not so much for gaming. We’re gonna go to your mouse settings and then pointer options and then uncheck enhanced pointer precision.
Secondly you’re gonna need to find a good sensitivity for your mouse which can be done in game and through dpi settings on your mouse. It depends on what you have ideally. You’re gonna want to be able to turn 180 degrees without lifting your hand off your mouse pad. Which means the bigger your mouse pad the lower your sensitivity can be and the lower your sensitivity is the more accurate you’ll be.
Thirdly and this is personal preference but I would suggest changing your ADS to hold so you can easily aim in and out just by holding and letting go of your right mouse button. This option is in game play and then ADS hold.
The fourth tip is making sure your crosshair placement is good. I see a lot of people staring at the ground while they play and this is one of easiest ways to lose out on kills. If you keep your crosshair pointed at wherever you think the enemy will or could be when you do see them you cut up the time it would take to aim at them completely. Since you’re already aiming at or near them in milliseconds this saves cannon will be the difference between living or dying.
On the same note and this is a bit more of an advanced tip. If you’re aiming where an enemy should be appearing you can do something called pre firin. Pre firing is shooting just before someone comes around a corner or through a window or entry your view in some way. So there’s no lag between you seeing them and you shooting them. This takes practice and in useful in all situations but should be something you at least know about and understand for the situations.
Practicing in game unfortunately there’s no training mode and most people don’t have access to custom servers. Sot raining by yourself will likely won’t be an option. But you can do is hop into a solo game. And if you care about your rank change your region and jump to any location away from enemies. Or have any gun and go to an area with something small you can aim at practice. Strafing left and right and moving forwards and backwards while keeping your crosshair on whatever you picked as a target. When you’re satisfied try looking away at varying distances and flicking back to the target and shooting. See if you’re over aiming or under aiming and adjust accordingly. You can also practice controlling recoil by spraying at a wall from whatever distance you’d like further away is harder and trying to keep your bullets in a concentrated area.
Number six is a bit of a difficult one. When you’re playing a game like you normally would actively try to improve. It’s easy to go on autopilot when playing and this severely hinders your ability to improve constantly. Think about what you’re doing and why. This goes for aiming and anything else you’re doing in the game. If you aren’t playing with the intent to improve you won’t.
And finally number seven. Record your games and analyze them later. This one seems overboard. I mean who watches themselves play a game for fun but trust me it will help and watching yourself play you’ll be amazed at some of the things you’re doing wrong. And it’s easy to make a mental note of what to practice so you tell this and you’re still not playing shred well it may be time to upgrade some of your peripherals.
Try to make sure you have your frames about 60 at all times. You can improve FPS by lowering your graphic settings and turning off specific settings in-game. About having a bunch of things running the background also helps. I try to keep it to just discord OBS and pubg when I play.
Last few tips are fairly specific and you may not find that these work for you depending on your play style. You can zero your scope for specific distances using page up and page down which can be helpful for aiming at players far away. Though I generally just eyeball it if you have time you can open up your map and count the little squares between you and your target. For an idea of the distance between you leading your shots can be tricky. And there’s no real good way to practice this other than just shooting at moving targets. Take shots of people you know you won’t kill just for the practice and eventually you’ll get the hang of it.
Go for headshots for instance if someone’s standing still and you have an SKS. Headshot once and then immediately body shot them to kill them. No need to go for two head shots in the scenario as after the first shot they’ll likely have moved slightly. And it’s a lot easier to hit the chest than the head.
That’s if for this pubg aiming tips and tricks! Hope you’ve learn something!