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I agree with those who are having problems aiming on the xbox one. I have tried all sensativaty and still having problems. I have made a drastic changes all around though. I went from a 46" led tv to a 60" smart tv, does anyone know if that has anything
to do with the aiming issue? I too have played COD since the beginning and now that I have ghost on the xbox one the experience has been an epic fail. I was really hoping for a better experience. I guess I will just keep playing until I get use to it but if
there are any other suggestions please post. Thanks and game on.
Of course moving to a bigger tv will effect aiming. You get the same field of view on all TVs so a slight move of the stick may seem like nothing on a 46" but will be a larger move on a 60". Also the thumbsticks are raised higher on the Xbox One controller
which lessens the dead zones on the controller. I used to play on 14 sensitivity on the 360 but on the One I have to play on 5.
Lower your sensitivity... this may sound counter-intuitive, but it works... On 360 Ghosts I was around 15... on Xbox One I am around 5... seriously... massive correction... the controller is different, the sticks are different, the system is different...
dial it back and it will smooth out...
Thanks for the feed back. I'm just glad I'm not the only one who noticed this problem. I have lowered the sensitivity and all though it still doesn't feel right, it's a lot more manageable. Thanks again and game on!
I don't think its a problem! I learned early on to lower sensitivity to 5 instead of 10 on older titles. Look on the one you no longer have the ability to turn on or off the aim assist feature. A lot of you guys are used to it being turned on in older
titles but not this one. You have to try a little harder, take your time, and utilize different perks like steady aim works well, quick draw and perks to help you out. I also notice that I'm not seeing any quickscopers one the One! I think its because
they no longer have aim assist to help them out.
Yeah I'm settling on my sensitivity at 5 right now, it's taking some time and some games are better than others. I'm using steady aim and quick draw and that seems to work a little better. Thanks for your reply.
Killa, don't listen to Remedy. He likes to act like he knows everything, but I have come to understand he knows very little. I know this because I already created a post about this same thing and he was there too touting his profound knowledge about anything
and everything, only he never offered any useful advice. Did you read my post? Look for it if not. It is not the sensitivity. Bottom line is your new TV probably has a setting for "game mode" or the equivalent. If you don't turn it on, you will experience
severe input lag. I believe the console itself has a setting also where you need to enable 780p, or at least that is what another person had commented on as being his solution. I feel your pain my friend as I was experiencing the same misery you are now. This
is what I did to fix it and I m loving the same again.
Yeah Atari I read your post. I will try to change whatever settings I need to, because just like yourself I have played and been a fan of all the COD's and now my experience with xbox one had really upset me. I really hope this works I read and saw how
upset you were and that was exactly how I felt. This fix seems to have changed you around hopefully it will be the same for me as well. Thanks for the information
I dropped my sensitivity down to 4. It helps, but it I'm still not as fluid as I was withy the 360 controller. Is this controller smaller? The bumper buttons are way to hard to push in when ur playing a twitch shooter.
Dukes the x one controller push buttons are slightly taller than the 360 controller and they're smaller which gives it a different feel. We all have been so use to the 360 controller for so many years that really the only way to get use to the new one is
a matter of time. I switched my tv over to game mode last night, like Atari and I were talking about and played for about 4 hours and I have finally noticed a change for the better. Just keep playing and it will eventually come naturally to you. Good luck
and game on!