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Hold to ADS or Toggle ADS?

Poll Results: Toggle ADS or Hold To ADS?

 
  • 51% (24)
    Toggle ADS
  • 48% (23)
    Hold to ADS
47 Total Votes  
post #1 of 27
Thread Starter 
Which is more commonly used?

I know this is mostly preference, but is one found by most people to be better than the other? Is there a setting that most pro players use?

What do you use?
post #2 of 27
Toggle ADS is by far the best for my usage. I can fully concentrate on my aim 100% whereas applying pressure, holding down that ADS button, and aiming at the same time seems more of a hassle.
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post #3 of 27
It is all preference, I personally use hold to ADS because that's what I'm used to. Pros use both, depending on which they are more comfortable doing.
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post #4 of 27
I usually block ads. No seriously, what are we talking about?
post #5 of 27
Aim Down Sight on FPSessessess, a.k.a. scoping
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post #6 of 27
Then toggle, as it seems to be how it works in about every game.
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I'm currently using hold to ADS because I came from Xbox about 6 months ago, and that' how it works there. But I'm also a left handed and happen to use the mouse with my right hand as I've just always done this. The dexterity in my right hand isn't quite perfect so I kind of feel like toggle ADS would help me focus on aiming.

Whenever I try toggle ADS I don't play as well. I find that I end up right clicking to aim and don't start firing until I've aimed in, where I aim and shoot at the same time when I have hold to ADS on. Also I never remember to un-aim when using toggle.

I guess it would just take me some time to get used to toggling. Just wondering if it's worth my time to try to get the hang of it. Don't want to spend a week playing with toggle ADS to find that I still play better with hold to ADS.
post #8 of 27
Toggle all the way, same goes with crouch, prone and everything similar to that, except maybe running.

I actually dislike that on some games you can't select toggle and you must hold the right button when you aim.
post #9 of 27
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Originally Posted by Haruspex View Post

Toggle all the way, same goes with crouch, prone and everything similar to that, except maybe running.
I actually dislike that on some games you can't select toggle and you must hold the right button when you aim.

I have toggle crouch and prone.

One of the things I like about hold to aim is that I always know whether or not I'm aiming. Sometimes when I use toggle I'll press the right click and it will take a bit of time to actually aim in, and if I'm impatient or in a tight situation I might try to aim again, and then things get really bad.
post #10 of 27
I use one or the other depending on my playstyle.
I prefer Hold ADS in all cases where I am running-and-gunning, as I am not gonna be aiming for any extended period of time.
I prefer Toggle ADS in all cases of Sniping or ranged shooting, as I will be scoped in while tracking a target.

Luckily, I have no issues switching between the two seamlessly.
Unluckily, changing between the two requires a visit to the in-game settings page.
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