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JGOD explains how the best Warzone players have no recoil when tracking enemies

Warzone players who are looking to get better at controlling recoil and tracking will be wise to look at these helpful tips and tricks.

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Wondering how those great Warzone players can control recoil and track enemies? In JGOD’s latest video, he explains how the best players can track enemies with ease.

With Warzone Season 4 just around the corner, JGOD is back with another video on how players can achieve great tracking through controlling their weapons recoil.

Perhaps you’re looking to get better with a particular weapon, or maybe you’ve been watching the NYSL Warzone Tournament, where those great players are showcasing their amazing aim. Whatever it is, JGOD’s tips are sure to help.

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In JGOD’s video, he explains how to effectively track enemies in-game, both on the controller and mouse and keyboard.

Apart from the fact that JGOD uses Kontrol Freaks, the added back buttons, and some extra grip on his stock PS4 controller, he did have a few things to say about certain settings.

JGOD’s Warzone tracking tips

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The main gist of the video is basically having your settings attuned to your preferences, making sure your sensitivity is tailored to your ability, and other settings like dead zones, high and low zooms, and response curves on the controller feel comfortable to you.

JGOD uses the Dynamic Response curve on the controller, so for those who use the controller and are struggling with their tracking or want it to be better, maybe try this setting instead of the default.

However, JGOD does recommend finding the best settings for yourself and not copying others, especially his, as the way to get the best results is through comfortability and practice.

JGOD also spends time with weapons, learning their recoil patterns and the best way to counteract them to get minimal recoil. A great way to do this is to unload a clip into a wall and let the weapon do its thing. That way, you can see the recoil pattern and learn how to counteract it.

As an example, JGOD uses the AMAX and explains that the recoil is mostly just upwards, so the way to counter this is to pull your mouse or right thumbstick down when you’re shooting.

One of the most interesting things JGOD pointed out was tracking someone while they are on the move. Sometimes your weapon’s recoil will work with you to track someone, causing you not to have to worry too much about controlling it.

On the other hand, when the recoil is against the way an enemy is moving, you will have to control the recoil more aggressively.

Well, there you have it, JGOD‘s tips for getting better at tracking enemies and controlling recoil in Warzone. For more, stay tuned on Charlie INTEL and check out our recent article on Warzone and Cold War story continuing in a new Season 4 teaser.

Image Credits: JGOD/Activision /Raven Software

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How to complete Warzone Titanium Trials Endurance event challenges: All Terminator-themed rewards

Warzone Titanium Trials Endurance gives players plenty of Terminator-themed rewards to unlock, here’s how to earn them in Season 4 Reloaded.

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Warzone players can take part in the Terminator-themed Titanium Trials Endurance, a new mode that puts all of your skills to the test. There are free rewards such as Terminator-themed camos to earn, so here are all of the challenges and rewards.

Warzone Season 4 Reloaded wraps up soon, with Season 5 set to go live on August 24. On top of the Vargo-S Assault Rifle and weapon balancing changes, it brought a brand-new Terminator crossover to CoD’s battle royale.

Not only can players get their hands on T-800 and T-1000 skins from Terminator 2, but the brand-new Titanium Trials Endurance mode went live on August 11. This playlist dials up the difficulty with a higher TTK and health regeneration, making it a high-skill mode not for the fainthearted.

What makes the challenge worthwhile, however, is the boatload of free rewards that can be unlocked just by playing. Here are all of the challenges and rewards in Warzone Titanium Trials.

Warzone Titanium Trials Endurance challenges & rewards

There are 13 rewards in total that can be unlocked by anyone playing Warzone Titanium Trials Endurance such as Calling Cards, Double XP Tokens, and Ultra Weapon Camos.

Check out all of the rewards in Titanium Trials Endurance, and how to earn them, below:

Titanium Trials Endurance ChallengeTitanium Trials Endurance Rewards
Complete 1 execution in Titanium TrialsBattle Pass 2XP Token
Revive 10 Players in Titanium TrialsWeapon 2XP Token
Win a Gulag 5 times in Titanium TrialsEpic “Titanium Chrome” Vanguard Weapon Camo
Achieve a Top 10 finish in Titanium TrialsUncommon “I’ll Be Back” Progression Calling Card #1
Win 1 time in Titanium TrialsEpic “I Sense Injuries” Progression Calling Card #2
Win 2 times in Titanium TrialsEpic “I Sense Injuries” Progression Calling Card #3
Win 3 times in Titanium TrialsEpic “I Sense Injuries” Progression Calling Card #4
Win 4 times in Titanium TrialsBattle Pass Tier Skip
Complete all Titanium Trials challengesUltra “Liquid Metal” Vanguard Weapon Camo (Animated)
Win 5 times in Titanium TrialsLegendary “I’ll Be Back” Player Title.
Win 10 times in Titanium Trials.Legendary “Hasta La Vista, Baby” Player Title.
Win 15 times in Titanium Trials.Ultra “The Terminator” Progression Calling Card #5 (Animated)
Win 20 times in Titanium Trials.Ultra “Skynet” Vanguard Weapon Camo

Warzone Titanium Trials Endurance T-800 and T-1000 challenges & rewards

Warzone Titanium Trials Endurance challenge screen

In addition to the rewards listed above, players who have purchased either the T-800 or T-1000 Operator skins can earn bonus rewards by keeping them equipped when playing the mode.

Check out these extra rewards and challenges below:

Titanium Trials Endurance ChallengeTitanium Trials Endurance Rewards
Win a Titanium Trials victory while dressed as the T-800 Operator.Legendary “Thumbs Up” Animated Calling Card.
Win a Titanium Trials victory while dressed as the T-1000 Operator.Legendary “Cyberdyne Systems” Calling Card.
Killing a Terminator Operator, while dressed as a Terminator Operator.Legendary “Terminated” Calling Card.

Warzone Titanium Trials Endurance will be live until the end of Season 4, and then Season 5 kicks off, reportedly bringing an Umbrella Academy crossover and classic CoD villains.

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JGOD believes there’s no reason to use KBM instead of controller in Warzone

Warzone YouTuber JGOD has explained why there’s no reason to use mouse and keyboard instead of a controller.

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With Call of Duty: Warzone using crossplay, the community is split between controller and mouse and keyboard. While a mouse typically offers more precision, YouTuber JGOD explained why he thinks controller is the better option.

Like almost any triple-A shooter on the market, Warzone pits both controller and mouse and keyboard players against each other. There’s long been a debate about which input is better, with each having its unique pros and cons.

Mouse and keyboard offers much more precision and fine-aim control, but a controller’s aim assist does a ton of the work for you, allowing you to snap on and track players with ease — especially at close-range.

In an August 10 stream, YouTuber JGOD explained why he feels controller players will always have the edge, and why there’s no reason to use a keyboard and mouse.

“I think it’s easy for any controller player to kill any keyboard and mouse player,” explained JGOD. “It’s literally what aim assist is for.”

“I don’t understand why people play on keyboard and mouse on CoD, it’s just asking for frustrations with the game,” he continued. “I would say even if you’re really good on keyboard and mouse, you probably feel really good, but you watch your killcam and you always feel cheated.”

JGOD is so confident in controller and aim assist’s power that he believes that if he put 100 controller and 100 keyboard and mouse players against each other at random, “the controller players would dominate the keyboard and mouse players on average.”

He did say that this probably wouldn’t be the case in Apex Legends, but in Warzone, “the controller players would dominate them.”

Whether aim assist will be tweaked in Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2 remains to be seen, but JGOD believes that nerfing aim assist wouldn’t work because the high-skilled players would continue to dominate and lower-skilled players would struggle even more.

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Warzone players slam “awful” Terminator camo challenges

Warzone Pacific players are extremely frustrated with the challenges to unlock Terminator camos in Season 4 Reloaded.

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Raven Software added new Terminator cosmetics at the start of Warzone Pacific Season 4 Reloaded, and players have expressed their frustration with the crossover’s challenges.

Warzone Pacific Season 4 Reloaded features a plethora of fun content for players to enjoy, including the Terminator crossover which brought new Operator skins and challenges to the game.

Successfully completing these in-game challenges will grant you access to numerous Terminator-themed rewards, but they are being heavily criticized by the Warzone community.

Reddit user ‘AceOfSpades90000000’ slammed these challenges in the Warzone Pacific subreddit, describing them as “awful” because of the abundance of lag and enemies using aimbots.

The Redditor claimed that these problems make it “practically impossible” to win 4 games and then expressed their admiration for those players that were able to successfully complete the Terminator challenges.

Many of the commenters agreed that the challenges are too difficult and frustrating to complete. However, not everyone agreed about aimbots being an issue, as users offered their own criticisms of the challenges.

A few players felt that the rewards being offered aren’t worth the effort required to unlock them. One user wrote: “The rewards are terrible. Am I seeing things or is the same calling card there 4 times with slightly different colors?”

The rewards also include new weapon camos that are inspired by the looks of different Terminators such as the T-800 and liquid metal T-1000 from the movies, but unlocking them is proving to be challenging.

One of the commenters claimed to have played all day without much success: “All I need is 2 wins for liquid metal but it’s impossible because everywhere I go, I get rolled and I’m not even bad at the game.”

Despite these criticisms, a few users in the thread defended the Terminator crossover and provided their fellow players with advice on how to get these challenges done quickly.

One player suggested trying the first challenges since they’re easy to complete in just a few games. You’ll have a better chance of winning 4 games if you hop into the challenges with a squad that’s comprised of your friends.

While some players have expressed their disappointment with Warzone’s Terminator crossover for being a huge missed opportunity, there are those that are able to have a good time and get these challenges done.


For more Warzone content, check out our piece on players roasting the “terrible” new Bitrate Banger anime bundle as well as this “broken” Sniper Rifle loadout with insane one-shot power.

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