Aim Response Curve Type MW2
Aim Response Curve Type MW2 Standard Vs Dynamic Vs Linear Aim – Setting up the right controller settings can be the difference between winning and losing in warzone. Understanding what the different controller settings are in game and what the difference is between standard, dynamic and linear aim response curve type is vital.
What is aim response and curve type? There are three different aim response types to choose from in modern warfare warzone.
- Standard – Simple power curve map from aim stick to aim rate.
- Linear – Aim stick maps directly to aim rate
- Dynamic – Reverse S-curve mapping for fine aim rate control
All choices offer something a little bit different and also your in game experience plays a role in choosing which is best.
Standard Aim Response Curve
The standard curve is designed to give you smooth movement and will gradually increase the rate of movement on-screen, based on the percentage you move.
If for example you move the thumbstick 10%, then your movement on-screen will gradually increase by increments of 10% until it reaches 100%.
This makes small movements less sensitive and gives you fine aim but it also makes big movements more sensitive and allows for quick turning speeds.
Linear Aim Response Curve
The linear curve is a “direct path from aim stick to aim rate,” according to Activision’s blog post. Essentially, the movement on-screen will directly reflect the raw input on the sticks. So if you move your stick at 75% of the maximum rotation speed, the screen will also move at 75% to mirror that.
While more difficult to control and master than the other types of aim, this is the most popular movement choice for experienced players as it gives you the most control freedom.
Dynamic Aim Response Curve
Finally, dynamic aim. The dynamic curve employs a reversed S-curve algorithm to your thumbstick movement and is a hybrid of the other two types of aim.
When you first move the stick it gives you a similar response to the linear response curve, but as you move the sticks to about 50%, the aim speed will slow down slightly to help you aim, then when you move the stick all the way over you get the really fast rotation speed.
Ultimately the response curve that you choose comes down to personal preference and you need to play around with all 3 and choose the one that best suits your play style.