Overwatch 2’s launch was successful but shaky, marked by strange bugs and initial server troubles. Now, some console players have noticed a small but significant change in PC vs console crossmatches – it turns out that PC players have removed the game’s aim assist feature, making it difficult for the player to control.
It looks like Overwatch has made this design decision since it introduced the cross-player mode in June 2021. However, several viral posts on the game’s subreddit have raised eyebrows about this. this design selection In recent days, especially a post on October 10. “For some, it’s just a setback, but others just find it less enjoyable to play the marginalized game under this way,” wrote the partial poster. “It was a total failure because PC players performed better on average, so it hit like a double whale.”
Some players suggested that Blizzard should reverse this decision and enable aim assist, noting that PC/console cross matches are only allowed in the game’s normal mode, not competitive mode. its. Thus, the bet will be lower. Other players claim that players can match according to their preferred input device, as consoles allow you to use mouse and keyboard these days.
They also claim that notable games like Call of Duty: Warzone, Fortnite, Apex Legends, and Halo all have support features aimed at players for control. However, it is worth mentioning that Apex Legends players often complain Aim assist makes simple controller play better than mouse and keyboard in competitive modes.
Overall, while there are valid arguments on both sides, the bottom line is that aim assist in crossmatch is a de facto industry standard for today’s popular shooter games. If Blizzard chooses to go against that model, that’s the company’s decision, but ultimately it’s a decision to go against it. Meanwhile, Overwatch 2 is give a gift for players who are dealing with a series of release issues.
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