You may be kitted out with all the best gear PUBG has to offer, but you’re not going to get a Chicken Dinner anytime soon without the ability to aim at targets and take them down with relative ease. Part of the trouble with PUBG is that the pace of the game isn’t necessarily conducive to improving your aim, especially as there aren’t any deathmatch servers specifically designed for practicing your shot with a wide variety of guns.
We will provide you Our PUBG aiming guide that explains how to improve your aim whether using a scope at long range or aiming down sights, but before to start focusing on the aiming, you need to know wich weapon to use for each ocasion on PUBG, we got you covered : PUBG-WEAPONS-GUIDE
Stay calm while you aim
It’s not your actual life on the line. Don’t tremble.
How to aim: the first tip. Put your crosshair properly, calmly on the enemy, and shoot.
Yeah, I know. If you hear footsteps, your heart starts to pound wildly, as if Thor is hitting it with his hammer, and the enemy seems like he’s using multiple shadow clone techniques and you see two, three of them; how can you possibly aim properly at the enemy?
However, even if you meet a pro, if you aim properly at the enemy’s helmetless head, it takes only one shot. One shot for him and that other guy too. So just think of aiming properly at that enemy.
It’s all in your mind. Don’t be a coward, and shoot properly. There’s no need to be tense, you’re not playing PUBG while risking your actual life. It’s only a game, and if you die, you can just try again. So even if you die a thousand times, just put your crosshair properly on the enemy before you shoot; even if it’s slow.
If you continue to practice this, the time needed for you to aim properly at the enemy will decrease. So depending on your talent, there will be a limit to the amount of time you can reduce, but that should be enough to kill your fellow noobs.
Shoot only when you’ve placed your crosshair properly
Use single shots before shooting full-auto. You’ll die if you can’t kill them in that one chance.
If your aim is getting better through practice, it’s time to shoot. The problem is that your aim shakes whenever you shoot. A gun fires by using an impact to ignite the gunpowder in the bullet, which pushes the bullet out with a small explosion. This explosion causes the gun to shake, and naturally, your aim shakes. If you shoot full-auto, the explosion is continuous and makes the recoil worse.
The details aren’t important; what’s important is that your aim is shaking from recoil. So to hit the enemy properly, you need to minimize the recoil. One of the best ways is taking one shot at a time. Again, if you shoot their head, the enemy dies if they don’t have a helmet on. It doesn’t matter if they’re a pro gamer or even a dev of PUBG. If you shoot their head, regardless the gun, it’s the quickest and most ammo-conserving method.
If the distance between you and the enemy is short, using full-auto is a good choice. There’s a high chance you’ll hit the enemy, even with all the recoil, if it’s in close range. However, there’s a big difference in accuracy according to the person’s skill in handling recoil. Some people get kills using full-auto at a far distance, but some people can’t handle it even if it’s melee range. You have to find the maximum distance at which you can manage the recoil, and use single shots if it’s further than that. If you’re shooting an AR, 4-5 shots will do the trick.
Track your enemy’s move
Now, if you are able to shoot the enemy without trembling, you are ready to face another truth. You’re actually shooting the after-image of your enemy. You are seeing the enemy move a bit later than his actual movement, depending on the condition of your internet (from .1 sec to more than 1 sec). So your enemy is actually moving slightly faster than what you see on your monitor, so you have to somehow calculate when you should fire and where, for while your enemy is running you sould know where to put the bullet in his running line, the only way that you can master this is by practice, a lot of it.