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First making a name for himself by winning a number of Fortnite tournaments, Aydan has shown the community that he is not a one-game wonder. In fact, he has taken Warzone by storm, becoming a high-tier player since he moved over to Call of Duty after getting banned from competitive Fortnite.
With this in mind, a lot of players from the COD community are wondering how he does it, and to be quite honest it not only comes down to pure skill and talent but also making use of the right setup and settings, which is what we are going to be covering in today’s guide.
While we cannot guarantee that you will be as successful as Aydan, we could at least show you a breakdown of Aydan Warzone settings and sensitivity so that you can implement them into your own gameplay, and try to reach competitive success yourself.
|Setting Name||Aydan Controller Settings in Warzone|
|BR Button Layout||Tactical Flipped|
|Stick Layout Preset||Default|
|Invert Vertical Look||Disabled|
|Horizontal Stick Sensitivity||High 7|
|Vertical Stick Sensitivity||High 7|
|ADS Sensitivity Multiplier (Low Zoom)||0.93|
|ADS Sensitivity Multiplier (High Zoom)||0.93|
|Aim Response Curve Type||Dynamic|
The first thing we see is that Aydan plays with controller sensitivity 7, which is quite high but also somewhat average for streamers that like to entertain. This trend is seen across quite a lot of pro competitive players in Warzone.
Players like WarsZ also play with sensitivity 7, which only leads us to believe that there is an advantage to playing with a higher sens when on controller. PC players like Huskerrs usually tend to go a little lower.
Aydan’s Button Layout is Tactical Flipped, which is an option that surprisingly very few competitive high-tier players make use of. He uses R3 to crawl and crouch and R3+X to cancel. This essentially means that he will shoot with L1 & R1, while throwing utilities with L2 and R2.
Lastly, he uses the Dynamic Aim Response Curve Type, which is quite a popular option amongst competitive controller players as the rotation relative to stick movement gradually builds. It has it’s benefits over Linear or Standard, and could greatly improve your overall play style if you master it.
To become a pro player, settings are often not enough. Sometimes, your setup can make or break you as a player. So, below, we will show you what controller and headset Aydan has used to achieve the success he has obtained in Warzone.
Aydan is using the Scuf Infinity4PS Pro Black controller, which has made a name for itself due to the additional buttons and overall better grip that you can enjoy.
Better grip is especially vital in heated moments where you need to be on top of your game.
For any gamer out there – be it a pro player, streamer, or a casual, after the console or PC, the monitor has the biggest impact on the level of performance you can expect. Aydan knows this and for that reason, he uses the Alienware AW2518H.
Currently, Aydan uses the Shure SM7B. This microphone is the industry standard for a lot of popular streamers and pro players as it delivers the best possible audio on the market.
To keep his Shure SM7B in place, Aydan uses the RODE PSA1 microphone stand.
Aydan also uses the Audeze LCD-GX in black and red, which is the perfect headset for competitive gaming. This headset isn’t currently available on Amazon but you can find it in other online retailers.