What is Recoil in PUBG Mobile?
The PUBG recoil is the ‘spring back’ action of a gun when it is being shot by a player. It hits the target unless they know how to control it. Learning to control PUBG recoil is always a good idea, as it gives players a significant competitive advantage.
Here are some tips to help you PUBG recoil control:
Understand the pattern and mechanics of each weapon
Developers of PUBG Mobile has a unique recovery pattern for each weapon design. Some guns move vertically up or down, while others move left or right.
The key is to practice one weapon at a time until the player is hanging. Anyone can hop on the training ground and choose any weapon of choice. Once a weapon is chosen, the player should start firing bullets at a wall or an aircraft target to observe the bullet pattern on the wall. After the pattern is drawn on the wall, the player has to fight that movement to stop the bullet from making any sort, and to control the cross-hairs to stay in the middle.
For example, if the bullet pattern on the wall is moving upwards, the player should try to move their aim downwards to compensate for the recoil.
Crouch and shoot
Crouching in PUBG Mobile helps reduce the recoil of weapons and makes them more accurate while firing. Crouching is recommended when deploying enemies over long range distances from the middle. There is nothing complicated here: just go into a crouch or prone position before you shoot, and it will help reduce the recoil by a lot.
Adjust camera settings and
Sometimes the problem lies not in your skill but in the setting of the game. A basic settings tweak that players often forget is to change their default sensitivity and camera speed settings.
To change the camera and sensitivity, one can head over to Settings>Sensitivity, which will allow users to adjust the scope, red dot and aim-assist settings. This will aid in recoil control.
Equip the right attachment to your gun
PUBG Mobile provides you with a lot of attachments like grips and compensators to reduce attachments, so finding them and putting them on top of your gun is going to be a lot of help.
Use Peek and Fire
To add to the above point, using the “peek” function further reduces the reduction of your gun. It works both when standing and crouching.
This all will helps you to control gun recoil. Thank You.