Aim assist took a huge blow today as players who used the “Legacy” profile are left stranded
Earlier today, Fortnite announced they would be discontinuing support for the original aim assist – Legacy. The tweet reads:
“With the improvements we’ve made to Aim Assist, we plan to remove the ‘Use Legacy Look Controls’ setting on March 13.
To use the new settings and maintain your legacy sensitivities, select ‘Copy from Legacy’ in the Controller Options and toggle off ‘Use Legacy Look Controls.’”
With the improvements we’ve made to Aim Assist, we plan to remove the fortnite v buck generator “Use Legacy Look Controls” setting on March 13.
To use the new settings and maintain your legacy sensitivities, select “Copy from Legacy” in the Controller Options and toggle off “Use Legacy Look Controls.”
Players will have exactly one week to save their Legacy profile and transfer the settings over to Linear or Exponential or will have to completely reconfigure next Friday
Top controller Fortnite prospects such as UnknownArmy and Wavyjacob use Legacy as their preferred type of aim assist. Today, they must decide whether Linear or Exponential will be their future
It seems as though the controller community has already begun to gravitate towards Linear, citing pinpoint accuracy in close range tracking as the culprit. Disabling Legacy might be a minor setback for players that utilize it, but it seems that Legacy pros were a dying breed regardless. To most, it’s still business as usual
you do realize they removed the setting which has been in the game since the start, and kept the one which has made 100s of players decent because of the broken aim assist1,3699:47 AM – Mar 6, 2020Twitter Ads info and privacy89 people are talking about this
The clash between controller and keyboard & mouse inputs is in full swing on my Twitter timeline. As kb&m players rejoice, controller players find solace in one another as their Legacy brothers look to make a smooth transition to Linear. Epic is basically throwing these players in the deep end hoping they figure out how to swim. At the end of the day, removing Legacy might be a good thing for any controller players who haven’t yet made the switch
We still have a long way until aim assist is truly balanced – if at all possible. Removing legacy, the assist type that gives mid-to-long range aimbot, is a good start. Tweaking linear to be less, uh, broken is the next step. We’ll continue to monitor the situation and report on any updates