While the console vs PC debate is something, there’s an entire input debate just between players on PC as well. Would you prefer to play using a controller or a mouse and keyboard?
This debate varies heavily depending on the game you play as well. In Overwatch, mouse and keyboard are considered the premier method of playing the game — by far. In Fortnite, the vast majority of top players all prefer mouse and keyboard as well. But in Call of Duty, the majority of players like using controllers.
HusKerrs is an MKB player and the only player inside Warzone’s top 10 highest earners who doesn’t use a controller. When his fellow MKB streamer, IceManIsaac, surprisingly revealed that he thought controller was better — HusKerrs agreed and explained how it provides an advantage.
As HusKerrs goes and points out, controller players are at an advantage just because of movement and close-range fights. The former is likely thanks to the analog sticks on controller , which make it very easy to move your character in a full range of motion.
The latter point is likely due to the aim assist, which means that players are able to keep their cross-hairs on opponents up close while moving around.
HusKerrs has yet to make this change, but Isaac definitely seems to be planning on it real soon. Since he’s a top-three earner in the game, a popular saying comes to mind for Husk: “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
Dexerto says “Still, both IceManIsaac and Husk ultimately agree that MKB players have an advantage at longer ranges where aim assist is less of a factor, but don’t weigh that pro over controller’s two strengths. “
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While aware that MKB might be better for future esports titles, both seem to think controller is the way to go for Warzone. No word yet on if HusKerrs will be making the swap though.
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