Introduction to Aim Training
The general trainer is the starting point of your aim training journey. It will give you an introduction to the 3 main skills in aiming.
Check out the Assessments to begin with to see what level your aiming skills are at.
Click Timing: Single click kills. This trains your pin point accuracy rifle shots and close range pistol duels. In an aim training drill you'll find multiple static or moving targets to test the speed and accuracy of your movements
Tracking: High health moving targets. This trains you for SMG and semi-automatic rifle battles. You'll be up against moving targets where your ability to smoothly track and immediately react to direction changes will be tested.
Target Switching: Low health moving targets. This trains you to battle multiple opponents. Finish one enemy off and then quickly snap over to the next. Targets will usually be moving and you'll bust them down whislt tracking their movements for a short time before flicking to your next target.
Play though each of the benchmarks here and get your rank. Your rank is determined by your weakest drill performance in the benchmarks. You'll easily be able to see which areas you need to improve upon. This is the ideal time to check out the Aim Coach. Here you'll pick a drill and a workout will be created specifically focused on improving the skills needed to smash that benchmark.
Once you're comfortable here you will understand where your strengths and weaknesses are. Then you can delve deeper into the specific aiming skill trainer of your choice.