You MUST enable the Aim Assist MOD for these settings to take effect!
The following settings would be extremely difficult to figure out in MOD Central.  We recommend following the instructions below to perform this adjustment on your controller during gameplay.

AIM ASSIST: INTENSITY determines how intensely the Aim Assist MOD will shake your camera.  If the value is too low, the MOD will be ineffective.  If the value is too high, the MOD will become visually distracting and may hinder the assist.  If you are unsure, leave it at the default value.

AIM ASSIST: DRIFT CORRECTION DEGREE determines the angle at which the MOD tries to correct any camera drift that you may experience while using the Aim Assist MOD.

AIM ASSIST: DRIFT CORRECTION STRENGTH determines the strength of the drift correction.

These optional adjustable settings allow you to fine tune the Aim Assist MOD to your preferences.  As stated, these are optional and if you find them overwhelming, feel free to leave them at the default setting.
Please DO NOT ask us for the best settings / valuesThe ideal values are different for everyone and they will change for different consoles, sensitivities, response curves, and more.
STEP 1:  Enable Aim Assist in the MOD Central Game Pack configuration.  It can be your Primary ADS MOD, your Secondary ADS MOD, or both.  We recommend both for simplicity.  It can be combined with other MODS as well.

STEP 2:  Once you are hooked up to your console and in-game, enter the Game Pack’s Menu Mode by HOLDING for over five seconds.  You will need to continue HOLDING for the entire process!
Navigate to CLASS 2 - PRIMARY ADS MOD.  If you have just entered Game Pack mode, all you will need to do is TAP OR once to be selected on this.

STEP 3:  Optionally, TAP L1 / LB to decrease or R1 / RB to increase the Aim Assist: Intensity.  This will change how much the Aim Assist MOD will shake your camera.  Too low and it may become ineffective.  Too high and it may become distracting, hindering the assist.  Just ensure that you can at least see some shaking:
  • HOLD L2 / LT at any time to test the current Aim Assist settings.

STEP 4:  WHILE HOLDING L2 / LT, you can PRESS R3 / RS to enter the Drift Calibration mode... you will feel one heavy rumble.  From this point on, while you are HOLDING L2 / LT, any camera movement that you make will be converted into Aim Assist: Drift Correction Degree.
The Aim Assist: Drift Correction Strength is based on how far you are moving the analog stick away from the center (the resting position).
  • For example, on PS4, with Aim Assist: Intensity 15, Stick Sensitivity 13, and Dynamic Response Curve, there is a slight drift to the upper left.  This is significantly more noticeable than using the Standard Response Curve.
    WHILE HOLDING L2 / LT, move your camera stick slightly towards the lower right until it stops drifting.  In this mode, you can manually adjust the Aim Assist: Drift Correction Strength, if you want to, by using the L1 / LB or R1 / RB.
    If you wish to start again, you can reset the Aim Assist: Drift Correction by HOLDING L2 / LT & R3 / RS together until you feel two heavy rumbles.

STEP 5Once you are happy with the result, you can RELEASE .  Your changes will have already been saved.
  • At the time, we found that on PS4 with Sensitivity 13 and Dynamic Aim Response Curve, the best settings to use were Aim Assist: Intensity 15, Drift Correction Degree 315, and Drift Correction Strength 21.  But again, this could different for you with the same in-game settings.
    If you are still having trouble with Aim Assist drifting, try using the Standard Response Curve, which has the least noticeable drift by default.