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does anyone know of a free fps trainer

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1 minute ago, Dat--Boi said:

just ooking for something free can be anywhere legit

what do u mean by fps trainer?


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3 minutes ago, Dat--Boi said:

just ooking for something free can be anywhere legit

if you're looking for something like tracking, try osu!

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Just now, Dat--Boi said:

wdym mean tf2?

team fortress 2. just play some games.

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1 hour ago, Dat--Boi said:

srry meant aim trainer along these lines 


Any first person shooter will provide you with practice, really. It's just that so many of them are built upon different game engines and have a different feel to them as a result.


If you have some money to spare later down the road, you can grab some FPS games at dirt cheap prices when Steam has one of its massive sales. When you feel like craving more than TF2, I recommend Unreal Tournament 2004 at a discount.

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https://www.3daimtrainer.com ?


Or play Warframe and try to aim while jumping like a ninja.

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Do you have some fps game already? Pretty much all games with mod support end up getting training modes at some point. Like Overwatch just got their "modding" tools and there's already many training modes made.


Looking at free fps games on Steam, besides TF2 there's game called Aim Lab which is early access.


Just a side note. Getting better at aiming is only part of getting better in fps shooters. You also need to get better in game mechanics, maps and general game sense/awareness.

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