Easy Tips To Gain Wins in FPS Games for Rookies

  • By: mvadmin
  • Date: October 12, 2020
  • Time to read: 3 min.

There are dozens of First Person Shooting (FPS) games that millions enjoy every day. From the recently popularized PubG to already famed Call of Duty-Warzone, there’s something for everyone.

However, whether you’re a noob or pro at these games, there are moments when getting killed early in the game gets onto your nerves.

Rookies, for instance, usually struggle with taking shots and surviving mass attacks. Thus, losing before the match even begins (not literally).

So, how do you improve and make progress? Or more befitting, how do you take winning shots in your favourite FPS game?

Thankfully, we’ve listed some tips for you that will help you gain easy wins.

Try Not To Take Headshots

Taking headshots is very difficult. You need to stabilize your aim, consider the distance, of course, make sure that your weapon has a long firing range. Although you can use pubg cheats such as aimbots, for example, to improve your shots there are other easy ways as well. You already do it the best, in fact. You usually take shots at the chest and fire repeatedly. As a result, you end up causing more damage to the opponents while also hindering their shot at you. And eventually survive a little longer.

Familiarize Yourself With A Map

A rather smart way to succeed in your game is to familiarize yourself with one map at a time. To put this into perspective, let’s say you’re into PubG. To start, you should try to familiarize yourself with Erangel and then slowly move to other maps. Try to find out spots where you can land safely, make your loot, and find good aims at your opponents. For example, Pochinki is good for loots, but not for landing. And likewise, School improves your chances of finding good aim but there’ll be a tough competition for holding the position.

Switch To Switching Weapons

One of the grievest mistakes that almost every beginner makes is reloading their weapons in the middle of a fire. Reloading your weapon takes some time, and while you’re reloading the chances that you might get killed are pretty high. It is rather better to switch your weapon between primary and secondary when you’re out of bullets in the middle of gunfire. This would save you time and also help you take your shots quickly.

Choose Smart Configuration

Even the most ardent players pay the least attention to their game settings. And it can be fatal when you actually are not used to playing with professional gamers. Try switching your sensitivity and motion settings at lower frame rates. This would help you pay more attention to your surroundings and you can take better aims at your opponents. And gradually as you improve you can increase the frame rate once again.

Most important of all the tips is to keep practising your moves. Like every other activity, gaming also needs routine practice, especially if you wish to make a career out of it. So, along with trying out these tricks, make sure you practice daily and track your progress.


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