News - How To Aim Like Warzone "pros" Part 1: Centering, Aim Drills, And More


Well, if that's ever been you, then I think this is the article for you, and we're going to get right into it by talking about my first tip, and I'm going to say that if you want to aim better, you have to keep your enemy centered, and I'm going to demonstrate this in the next couple clips right now.

My two teammates are dead. So when you watch that second kill, it almost looks ridiculous and easy for me, but let me explain to you why it felt ridiculously easy to me. So if we go all the way back to the beginning, right here I'm getting pushed. I can hear this guy pushing me up, and after I kill him, look at what pings on the mini map of the enemy, and I can see that he didn't move originally, so I can assume that he's probably just centered on me, waiting for me to peek.

This tells me exactly where he's at, where I should aim, and how to play it. Once again, I'm going to show you exactly what I mean, because a lot of people don't understand that this applies to when you're using movement as well. This whole time, no matter what I'm doing, it's about getting the enemy in the center of my screen and keeping them there even when I'm using movement, even when I'm jumping around, even when I'm jumping over the top of them.

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It's about keeping the enemy in the center of my screen. It doesn't matter if I'm behind cover, waiting for him to peek at me. It doesn't matter if I'm jumping over the air waiting for him. It's about centering and knowing how to keep your opponent in the center of your screen at all times. I can't stress it enough, guys; it applies at all times.

If you're jump-shooting someone, that's when it applies. Keep that enemy in the center of your screen. If you're losing to someone drop-shooting and people with good movement, you want to know why it's because they're leaving the center of your screen. You can't aim anywhere else in Call of Duty but at the center of your screen, guys.

That's the end. I'll be all of this. So moving into the second tip, it's that muscle memory is a skill, guys. However, when I say this, I don't think most people are going to understand exactly what I mean. Having really good aim, guys, is more about just being able to put your crosshair wherever you want it to go, and that's the main thing people don't understand.

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It's not about building up this foundation by knowing that if you just flick your thumb 30% of the way to the right, you're just going to boom instantly. It's not about that type of muscle memory; what it's about is having the ability to put your crosshair where you want it to go and just having that raw ability, and that only really comes from muscle memory, guys.

So rather than just telling you you've got to get better muscle memory, let me explain an easy way where you can spend five minutes. Just five minutes—if you just do this once a day, once a week, or whatever—if you do this 5-minute little drill, you're going to be so much better. So what you want to do is you're going to set up a free-for-all with the settings that are shown in the background.

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Put around 7 to 10 bots, whatever your preferred amount is. So what you're going to do is you're going to start up this bot game you're going to load in, and the very first thing you're going to do is you're going to start doing these 360s. And you're going to practice your 360s, guys, your 360s and 180s, and you're going to pick an object, and you're going to start focusing on doing 360s and 180s around this object.

I only recommend doing this for, honestly, 20 to 30 seconds, but just do it here and there. The reason why is that you want to get down to the must-have memory of having the ability to accurately spin in these types of directions, and this is how you're going to slowly start building it up. The other thing you're going to want to do and only do this for 20 to 30 seconds again is pick two points and slowly.

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I mean not slowly but as accurately and as quickly as you can, put your shots on those two locations and do this both for 20 to 30 seconds, and then just start murdering. These bots, guys, I'm telling you, just go to town. Just start, you know, and just focus on the centering thing I talked about: having good accuracy in controlling the recoil, building a class that's going to resemble your war zone, and just doing this for two to three minutes in total.

This should take no more than five minutes, and I promise you can do this once a day, and if you want to do it longer, you can, but focus on having good centering. Focus on spinning around using good movement, just being a sweaty yada yada, and just getting your aim better. This will build your muscle memory over time, and if you do this for a little bit every day or once a week or so in 3–4 months, your aim is going to become so much better.

As I said, this only takes 5 minutes, as I probably said like eight–nine times already, so let's move into the third tip now, and that's that your movement is part of your aim. Now. I know that for a lot of people, this is something that's frustrating to hear, because now it feels like you have to work on your movement while working on your aim on top of it, but I promise it's not like that.

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Just understand that by having good movement and understanding how to use movement to keep the enemy at the center of your screen, as I talked about in that whole first tip, you're going to start improving your aim. And you cannot be missing shots just because you're hitting a jump shot. Just because you're hitting a drop shot, you need to get your muscle memory built up to the point when you can actually reliably hit your shots while doing pretty much all the movement types I just listed, and once you get good enough, you really want to add things like the side cancel into a jump shot slide.

cancel into a drop shot and really implement slide canceling into your game because movement, guys, there's just no way around it. It's one of the most fundamental core skills to being a good war zone player, and it's extremely rare that you run into a player who has good movement but doesn't have good aim, and that's something a lot of people miss.

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Now, if you're wondering, right, how do I get used to this? Because you're probably saying that when you get into a gunfight, it's just hard. How do you know when to move? It's difficult because you're not moving all the time. And that's where the whole bot thing and shooting those bots can also come into play because if you go into those bots, and every time you shoot a bot, you focus on a jump shot or a drop shot, and then you start working that into your games.

You start working that into maybe some shipment games and some rebirth games, and then you're going to start building that muscle memory on the movement side. It's going to start being really easy for you to just start drop shooting; you won't be missing shots. You're going to be just slide-cancelling and doing all these crazy things.

Hey guys, if you want to improve your Warzone aim, get better at the game overall, and understand how to actually have better accuracy, then this is the video for you. Warzone 3 requires a little bit better aim than Warzone 2 and because of that, you need to have solid fundamentals and a good platform to build off of. I hope you guys enjoy the video and I hope you have a good day.
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