Do EMP 'nades really make you lose your aim assist?

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User Info: Jonnywestside

Jonnywestside
4 years ago#1
Just heard this, is it true?
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User Info: White_Knight_01

White_Knight_01
4 years ago#2
no.
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User Info: Aether_Lyric

Aether_Lyric
4 years ago#3
I heard that as well but I've never noticed it myself.

User Info: ronXwhite

ronXwhite
4 years ago#4
I'd really like to know if the effects of things like the Laser, Ballistic's CPU, and other electronic gun attachments lose their effect while under the effects of EMP.
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User Info: ImperialDragon

ImperialDragon
4 years ago#5
I'm pretty sure you lose your aim assist for half a second during the initial blast.
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User Info: EvanW1109

EvanW1109
4 years ago#6
ronXwhite posted...
I'd really like to know if the effects of things like the Laser, Ballistic's CPU, and other electronic gun attachments lose their effect while under the effects of EMP.


Laser is lost when EMP'd. It really isn't a huge difference, but it is there.
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