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its not aim assist. ugh I knew this would havent. it has it so if youre aiming at a enemy, you press the ADS and It keeps the screen on them. ive tried not using it in GE, it is anooying because you try to move the sight close up to the palyer, then it goes up and you cant aim. I didnt make the idea btw, liek I said, its in GE and I think In CoD.
ADS Snap is a form of aim assist. If you are aiming near a target, and then press the button to aim down the sights, the game will snap your aim to the target. That's the whole idea of ADS snap.
Yes, Call of Duty has it. You ever watch those YouTube videos of Modern Warfare 2 players running around with sniper rifles one-shotting targets in an instant? That is possible due to ADS snap. They are pretty much pressing fire and ADS at the same time, so that they only have to be near enough to a target, the game will do the rest for them, and the gun fires before their aim drifts again. Treyarch was so annoyed with people turning sniper rifles into run-and-gun any-range instant-kill weapons that they tried to specifically throw off aim when bringing up a sniper rifle in Black Ops (only to find the groups defending ADS snap were more vocal than the ones complaining about it.)
Goldeneye Wii has it. From what I understand, Goldeneye Wii's ADS snap has been described as more generous than other FPS. People complained for a while because while online has aim assist turned off, it for some reason leaves ADS snap on.
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