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Poll Results: Toggle ADS or Hold To ADS?

 
  • 51% (24)
    Toggle ADS
  • 48% (23)
    Hold to ADS
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post #21 of 27
im learned with hold to ads when i first started fps's and if i try toggle i just mess myself up. i guess its just habitual from my gaming roots on the console.
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post #22 of 27
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Originally Posted by brute maniac View Post

im learned with hold to ads when i first started fps's and if i try toggle i just mess myself up. i guess its just habitual from my gaming roots on the console.

That's odd, I was amazed when I found out I didn't have to hold it down for FPSes on PC tongue.gif
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post #23 of 27
Argh I voted for the wrong option.

I toggle, always and as previously suggested its due to applying pressure makes me less accurate.
post #24 of 27
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I've been trying to get used to toggle, but I just find it difficult. I feel like hold to aim is much more intuitive. If I'm holding down the right mouse, then I'm aiming, if not, I'm not aiming.

Sometimes I'll accidentally double click the right mouse and that really causes issues. Or I'll be in a gun fight, fire a bunch of shots, assume I got a kill, unaim, and then the guy has like 1 health left, and I fumble around trying to aim in again.

It does improve my accuracy, so I'm trying to get used to this, but I'm not playing as well right now.
post #25 of 27
hold ADS.

I wish there was a tool, which makes right mouse button click again, when releasing it. (with a hotkey to turn this behaviour off) > for games which dont support "hold ADS" (example: Crysis1 but there are many more)
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post #26 of 27
Toggle for ADS and prone.

Hold for crounch.
post #27 of 27
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Toggling still feels kind of awkward, but I'm going to keep trying.

Here is a video of me playing with both settings.

I feel like my accuracy is better on toggle, but I can respond faster with hold.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOD8xVnkdgE&feature=youtu.be
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