Aim: Warmup is a game to assist your aim in games like Valorant, CS: GO, Quake, and Overwatch. This software has been tested, immediately after using the software a user was able to clutch pistol round in Valorant with excellent accuracy and headshots.
## About This Game
Aim: Warmup is a game to assist your aim in games like Valorant, CS: GO,
Quake, and Overwatch.
This software has been tested, immediately after using the software a user was
able to clutch pistol round in Valorant with absurd accuracy and headshots.
If you still suck at the game after using the software, then try practicing
with the software more, or you can play Asynchronous Multiplayer with your
friend or family. To play Asynchronous Multiplayer we recommend betting some
real life money, and taking turns on the same computer.
There are 2 ways to play, you can add up rankings and see who has the best
ranking after 3 rounds, or can add up total score after 3 rounds (3 rounds for
each player.) You can play with an unlimited amount of players this way, but
we recommend no more than 5, and ideally, only 2 or 3 players.
The software doesn’t take much power to run, so ideal usage is using it right
before beginning a game, you should probably close Steam though while the game
is running (if the game is Valorant or Overwatch).
Aim: Warmup is not meant to assist in the following games: Fortnite and Apex
Legends. Aim: Warmup uses hitscan bullets and only meant to assist those types
of bullets. This may help improve your kd ratio in Fornite and Apex Legends,
but this was not specifically built for that.
Aim: Warmup 2 will feature rifles and more ranges, more modes and more
options. There is also possible in the future that this becomes real life
aiming, with some kind of similar aiming to wii, VR, or the arcades.
You can also change crosshair shape and color as well as enable or disable
bloom, along with various other graphics features and settings. The framerate
is not limited to 60, you can increase the framerate to a very high amount,
the maximum fps is as much as your monitor fps.