If you have decided to dedicate your time in an FPS Game, trying to climb the competitive rank, then training your aim in other aim training games or software can prove beneficial to you.
Apart from playing the same game everyday for countless hours, hop onto an aim training game to refine and polish your skills. This not only gives you a mental break from the FPS competitive chaos but also helps you improve your aim muscle memory.
Aim training games or software work the same way as FPS Games, keeping player aim as its main objective while also prioritizing every other aspect of aiming.
Some aim training games may look the same as FPS Games, with the same hitboxes and weapon recoils but few other aim games have completely different and dynamic concepts designed only to challenge players and their aim.
If you play PC Games such as Valorant and CS:GO or Mobile Games like BGMI and COD: MOBILE, your gameplay is largely dependent on aiming and shooting. You must train your aim to be superior by logging into an aim training game and engaging in aim drills, shooting drills, reaction time exercises, etc.
This will boost not only your aim skill but also your in-game confidence.
We all know that a headshot is much more satisfying than running and gunning!
Here are the top 4 aim training games you need to try:
1. Aim Lab
Aim Lab was released in February of 2018 by State Space Labs Inc. Space Labs is not an established game developer, and they are in fact registered as an data analytics organization with neuroscientists and computer programmers as their primary staff and employees.
Their principal goal is to link technology and education. Aim Lab uses artificial intelligence-driven programs to ensure that you improve each time you log in by providing you with numerous accurate data about your aim statistics.
With the diversity of weapons Aim Lab provides, players can practice and master different shooting techniques.
Aim Lab is compatible in FPS and TPS, meaning that its primary focus is gun based player gameplay. Aim Lab holds a variety of aim skills training and drills, which are name a few, strafing, aim accuracy and precision, movement, target practice, reaction time, flicking, tracking, etc.
The game also provides you with a plethora of assorted in-game situations to test and judge your strengths and weaknesses.
Osu! was released in 2007 by developer Dean Herbert. It is perhaps the most unusual and unexpected aim trainer on the list since it is not a dedicated FPS aim trainer like Aim Lab. Osu! is a game where the player clicks, drags, or spins their mouse on the screen to the changing targets, all to the rhythm of a song playing in the background, typically one of Japanese anime origin.
Although Osu! is not an FPS-focused game, its simplistic and schematic gameplay is what attracts people who are looking to increase their reaction speeds and focus time. The rhythm and speed of some of Osu!’s high tier songs look almost impossible to keep up with. Through constant practice and deliberation, Osu! can produce reflexes and reactions that even some of the dedicated aim trainers cannot match.
Osu! does not have guns or gun based training and drills: it is a simple mouse drag gameplay to the beat of an anime song, but the game surely does demand your focus and dexterity.
It is a fun but challenging game to practice aim.
3. 3D Aim Trainer
3D Aim Trainer is software that can be downloaded on your browser, desktop, and iOS and Android mobile devices at no cost. This diversity in compatibility allows mobile and small platform gamers to train without the use of a dedicated gaming PC. Additionally, this software accommodates abundant dedicated training guides and routines for some of the most prevalent FPS titles available such as Rainbow Six, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Counter Strike: Global Offensive, and even Hyper Scape.
3D Aim Trainer focuses on 5 FPS aim skills for practice and mastering, namely flicking, clicking, tracking, target switching and strafe aiming.
3D Aim Trainer has hundreds and thousands of playlists, some of them made up of drills and exercises that actual pros perform before entering a match.
Along with these features 3D Aim Trainer also has a multiplayer mode that allows players to battle their opponents in aim duels to decide the superior aimer.
4. KovaaK 2.0
KovaaK 2.0 was released around the same time as Aim Lab and features diverse situations, scenarios and simulations for players.
The strength of KovaaK 2.0 lies in its advanced settings options. The sensitivity settings you use for Call of Duty or Valorant are likely to be different from the ones you use in Fortnite or Overwatch. When you are in the KovaaK 2.0 Sandbox, you can customize the given simulation using the settings you possess in your favourite FPS titles. Other notable customization options include weapon changes, target models, and playlist alterations.
KovaaK 2.0 also has a strong community of audience and players, always insisting the developers to introduce new training maps or update the game constantly.
KovaaK 2.0 has two primary game modes:
- The Sandbox: with more than 5500 scenarios and community based maps
- The Trainer: focused on the skill of “flicking” in FPS Games
So what are you waiting for? Let's practice your headshot game for the rank push by logging into these games!
Also learn the practice drills and exercises for aiming from Mortal and 8bit Thug by joining their gaming course on FrontRow.