Does the aiming rectile have an advantage over laser in versus modes?

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User Info: YaBreakinYoNeck

YaBreakinYoNeck
4 years ago#1
Just wondering. I use to always play this game with the laser, but as soon as the versus came out I switched because I thought this. Next time I play I'ma try the laser again, but what do you guys think?

I'm assuming so based on distance shooting.
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User Info: PoopMasterGoetz

PoopMasterGoetz
4 years ago#2
The difference is purely visual.
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User Info: brunbbmerc

brunbbmerc
4 years ago#3
the crosshairs dont go away when you shoot right?
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User Info: Goldsickle

Goldsickle
4 years ago#4
brunbbmerc posted...
the crosshairs dont go away when you shoot right?

When you're dual wielding with Leon, the laser sight switches between guns.
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