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Destiny 2 beta players are testing aim assist exploits on mouse and keyboard


With the Destiny 2 PC beta now underway for everyone (and apparently going very well), Twitch streamer DrLupo decided to dig a little deeper into how the game's aim assist will work on the PC as compared to consoles. Simply put, aim assist is disabled when you're playing with a mouse and keyboard, but enabled for controllers—and when you connect your mouse and keyboard through a XIM4 module, the game thinks you're playing with a controller, and so it's enabled. Basically, you're getting the best of both worlds. (The XIM4, you might recall, was at the heart of an Overwatch controversy earlier this year.

) DrLupo said in the stream that mouse and keyboard with aim assist enabled isn't necessarily overpowered, but it "might be a problem" under some circumstances, a point he elaborated on in a written summary. "At the very top end of skill, we'll say the top 1%, 5%, 10%—whatever—native mouse aim will dominate. Cont

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