Overwatch 2 is a fast-paced multiplayer action wherein near-perfect reflexes are a must. On the other hand, it is also necessary for a player to possess better aiming. Every Hero has a different weapon, may it be a gun, bow, or blade. If have the ability to hit precise shots, then you can get your team an upper hand pretty easily. Luckily, console players have the Aim Assist feature which helps them to connect shots more accurately. Although, what’s that Aim Assist Legacy Mode does in Overwatch 2? Not sure? Read this guide to know about it along with the new Aim Assist Ease In feature as well.
What is Aim Assist Legacy Mode in OW2? (Explained)
In comparison to PC players, console players require more accuracy while trying to target an opponent. This is where Aim Assist plays its role. What it basically does is it lowers your sensitivity whenever you perfectly track an enemy. This enables the console players to hit targets more accurately. The change in sensitivity with the Aim Assist is so slight that you may fail to experience it most of the time. However, it is a disadvantage for players who are used to playing with higher sensitivity. Moreover, if you are tracking an enemy with Aim Assist on, and in the meanwhile, another enemy passes through your crosshair, there are chances that you may lose the tracking of the original enemy. This is because the crosshair may pull you towards the enemy that just crossed.
Thankfully, the Aim Assist Legacy Mode in OW2 reduces the chances of such occurrences. To be precise, if you have Aim Assist Legacy Mode turned on, it won’t turn on Aim Assist (basically lower the sensitivity) if you are perfectly tracking an enemy. This allows the players to experience much smoother gameplay without even a smaller change.
For those who don’t know, here’s how to turn on Aim Assist Legacy Mode in Overwatch 2:
- Head over to Options from the game’s menu.
- Further, navigate and enter the Controls tab.
- From there, click on the Advance button in the Controller section to collapse the scroll-down menu.
- From there you can turn on Aim Assist Legacy Mode in Overwatch 2.
What is Aim Assist Ease In?
As mentioned above, you have a reduced sensitivity if you have perfectly tracked an enemy using Aim Assist. If you have a lower Aim Assist Ease percentage, you will experience a higher drop in sensitivity. On the contrary, if you have a higher Aim Assist Ease in OW2, then there will be lesser interference of this lowered sensitivity thing.
In addition, it is possible to change the Aim Assist Ease percentage for each Hero separately.
That covers everything on the Aim Assist Legacy Mode and Aim Assist Ease In in Overwatch 2. Meanwhile, you are here, make sure to check out our OW2 Wiki for more such content.