better crosshair placement and reaction time
people just use "aim" for "good at shooting people". in reality it's quite complicated. e.g niko has really good crosshair placement. some pros are better at flicks or have fast reactions.
you cant get good answers with stupid questions
Perhaps an element to aiming that is slightly less obvious is it being partially psychological, after becoming good at the mechanical side to aiming.
On rare occassions, I get a feeling like my shots will always be accurate, and then controlling my mouse feels so natural, not at all awkward and I aim really good. Other times, my mouse feels awkward, I feel my mousepad moving, I hit into my keyboard, my arms feel uncomfortable and I lose most duels.
The best aim comes from confidence and belief or even thinking to aim, when you're in this zone you won't even feel your mouse.
Crosshair placement, reaction, good angles
why u create same thread every year? u still didnt realize the answer?
the one with crosshair placement at the head will win
it's all about good decision making and gamesense , godlike players like s1mple and zywoo if you watch them playing it's like they use wh
timings, positioning, a bit of luck, aim that day, cause as we all know we all have bad days, and probably other factors but these are the most obvious ones
I really like question number 1. Actually a lot of pro players have good aim and don't understand it and what aim consists of.
Actually you can divide it into few groups :
1) xhair placement aka preaim
2) flickshot (quick mouse movement where you instaclick enemy, there is no readjustment or correction, you click b4 you see crosshair landing)
3) quick aim (fast movement towards enemy with readjustment, common with deagle, especially with high sens)
4) slow steady aim (slow precise movement in direct line with a bullet as soon as xhair reaches head)
Imteresting fact is that slow aim and fast aim are two completely different muscle memories, even thou you might no realise that. I understood it when after deagle dm grinding I was able to aim at enemies with fast flicks but I missed a lot of shots when tried to slow aim which should be easier.
Tl'dr: train both slow and fast aiming.
any1 can have the best aim for 5 minutes, consistency is what counts, which is why s1mple goat
I don't see how it's relevant who would win in a perfect aim duel. As far as I'm concerned, once you attain ability to kill enemy swiftly, you're all set. Game is about outplaying enemies, not winning raw aim duels.
1. Muscle memory and training
2. Right side peek wins if both are ready for duel
3. Nobody perfect
1. Can you name what aim consist of ? (mouse accuracy, etc)
Accuracy, crosshair placement, reflexes.
2. Let say two pro players for example Scream vs Simple peeking each other at same time, what makes X win over Y? Because pro have similar skill in terms of aim -> Reflexes
3. People say X is best aimer but i have seen there some clips where this X player lose aim when facing enemy directly, what the reason? timing, not fast reflexes at that moment
1. acceleration value on aim+triggerbot, toggle before peeking corner to get pre aim set up
2. who has the faster accel and lower reaction time set on cheat will probably win
3. gun inaccuracy RNG