Beta phase 1 is coming to a close!

We appreciate all the amazing suggestions and all the bugs you’ve helped us crush so far, and we look forward to more with Beta phase 2. After May 1, you will no longer be able to purchase access to Aim Lab on Steam until Beta phase 2 begins.

Note: this only affects new users. Anyone who currently has access to Aim Lab or any purchases of Aim Lab made before May 1st will not have their access revoked and you will be able to continue your training in Aim Lab uninterrupted as we prepare for Beta phase 2.

Stay tuned for more information on Aim Lab Beta phase 2, including the Beta phase 2 roadmap, start date, and sneak peaks of new tasks and features!

 

2 Comments
  1. Japhé Leonard 3 months ago

    Hello name is Jeffrey Leonard and I would like to know if aimlab will be out before 2019 on xbox one please?

    And I have two last question, can we change the sensibillity and is the game made for all types of FPS?

    • Wayne 3 months ago

      Hi Jeffrey,

      Great question. It is unlikely that Aim Lab will be out before 2019 on Xbox One, but we are hoping to release it during 2019 on console. However, controller support on PC is coming very soon so you could use an Xbox controller with Aim Lab on PC.

      Yes, you can change the sensitivity, and yes the game is meant to target all types of FPS. We currently support automatic game conversion for most popular FPS titles, including Fortnite, PUBG, Overwatch, CS:GO, etc.

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