BF3 SETTINGS EDITOR
Posted 26 March 2012 - 11:38 AM
It only effects single player mode and the only thing you can do is turn it off.
You can play without the aim assist enabled to get the feel for the game. If you can fire your weapon without the game assisting you ... getting kills and such then why have it on? Since it is a part of the game I suppose beginner shooters would have a need for it.
I couldn't find info stating it is illegal to use (of course, this is what my research revealed)
THANKS FOR POSTING!
Thanks for the forum signature =TS=Tubalt7
Posted 25 March 2012 - 07:39 PM
that aim assist only works in single player mode HItman
this issue was brought to my attention so i did a bit of looking. i have not done a whole lot of looking or research on this , but this is what i have found so far.
I see an "aim assist" setting! Is this a hack?
No, this is not a hack. As explained within BF3 Settings Editor, the aim assist setting only affects single-player and co-op modes; it is already enabled in Battlefield 3 by default, so all you can do is turn it off. It does nothing in ordinary multiplayer games (where aim assist is always disabled) and is therefore not a hack. We only support legitimate changes, and nothing in BF3 Settings Editor will cause you to get banned — it's completely safe.
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