3D Aim Trainer is a multiplatform aim training game created to improve aim on PC, mobile, and a downloaded desktop App for competitive first person shooter games such as CSGO, Valorant, Apex Legends, Overwatch, Krunker, Hyper Scape, and Escape From Tarkov as well as Third Person Shooter games like PUBG and Fortnite.
Our platform is free to use, free to play. You can go right ahead and use Quick Play to start your aim practice routine.
To create an account on 3D Aim Trainer, click the Register button in the top right corner.
You can also join our Beta Tester community and/or subscribe to our newsletter, but this is not mandatory.
You can play and train your aim at 3D Aim Trainer for Free and without an account, however, in order to get better at fps games, creating an account grants you 3 main great benefits:
3D Aim Trainer is available for you on your browser, whether PC or Mac. And the downloaded Desktop version is available for hard-core gamers. Our Android and IOS mobile apps allow you to train anywhere and anytime.
At this moment 3D Aim Trainer does not support controllers, however, we are working hard on bringing this feature to you very soon.
Since regular repetition is key for learning and improving any type of skill, this is also true when it comes to improving your aiming skills. As the brain creates new neurological connections for every skill you adopt, it’s the number of neurons involved in those connections that will determine the level of skill, and 3D Aim Trainer offers you training on different skill levels so you can advance and improve your aim from any level you’re starting at.
3D Aim Trainer is also the perfect arena to warm up before playing online shooter games.
To keep track of your progress on 3D Aim Trainer you need to create an account (see “How do I create an account?”). After every training session, you will be redirected to the Result Page, which contains in-depth statistics (see “What’s the meaning of the statistics?” for more info) of your last game and your best game. Additionally, you will be able to monitor your progress for each stat-type that is tracked for the specific training exercise.
Use Quick Play anytime you want to warm up before playing a game or just for fun! If you’re new to FPS games, it’s a great place to start.
If you are serious about aim improving and wish to do that in an effective way, then the Academy is the right place for you. Train your aim for 5 skills that a good shooter player needs to master: Flicking, tracking, clicking, target switching, and strafe aiming.
The first step to enable switching guns is to sync with any of the games available at 3D Aim Trainer, once you’ve done that, you should be able to access guns related to the game from the drop-down menu. Note that this feature is only available on the browser and not in our mobile apps.
You can adjust mouse sensitivity to match with any supported game available on our platform. If you play with the default settings from the game, you can choose the game you want to train directly from the homepage.
If you play with other settings than the default settings you will need to create an account first. (see “How do I create an account?”) After you created an account you can change the settings by either clicking “Settings” in the navigation bar or click on your “Username” in the top right corner and select “Trainer Settings” from the dropdown menu. From the “Settings” select the game you wish to sync within the dropdown menu and navigate through the different tabs to change the settings according to your own preference.
Currently there is no easy way to synchronize with the default 3D Aim Trainer sensitivity without logging out, however we are working on our own sensitivity that will be available soon.
We highly recommend you to use chromium-based browsers like Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Vivaldi etc. as we are extensively testing our platform and user experience on those browsers, you can find a list of chromium based browsers here.
You made changes to the windows pointer speed (WPS) which has a direct effect on the browser mouse sensitivity but not on the game you are synchronized with since that usually uses RAW mouse input directly from the mouse. To synchronize the browser Webgl version of our trainer with your game you need to set up your windows pointer speed (WPS) correctly by going to the advanced tab of the “game settings” and make sure the slider has the same value. When this is done the mouse sensitivity is synchronized correctly between game and trainer. (However, you still need to disable the “Enhanced Pointer Precision” if this isn’t the case)
For crosshair customization, simply press "P" or “ESC” when you are in the game. That will open the options menu where you can change keybinding, quality settings, and crosshair which you will find under the “HUD” tab.
You can currently change your selected weapon while selecting a mode, simply click on the “Weapon” drop-down box above the “Play” button, as seen in the screenshot below.
The browser is controlled by the windows pointer settings while the desktop-app uses Raw-mouse input, which means that it takes his pointer information directly from the mouse without Windows interfering.
If you made any changes to the widows pointer options like adjusting the windows pointer speed (WPS) or enabling “Enhanced Pointer Precision” this has a direct effect on the browser mouse sensitivity while this isn’t the case in the desktop application. This will cause a sensitivity mismatch between the browser and desktop application. We highly recommend to disable “Enhanced Pointer Precision” in the windows pointer options and keep the windows pointer speed at default (6) to avoid this problem.
Alternatively, if you have adjusted your Widows Pointer Speed (WPS) and want to use this in the trainer’s Webgl version you have the option to synchronize your WPS settings with our trainer in the advanced tab of the game settings. This will make sure your mouse sensitivity is the same between game and trainer. (However, you still need to disable the “Enhanced Pointer Precision”)
The Windows “Enhanced Pointer Precision” is enabled in the Windows mouse pointer options which creates inconsistent mouse movement depending on speed at which you move your mouse. In order to turn this off follow the step below.
If you are experiencing lag or have low frames per second in the browser Webgl version this usually means your “Hardware Acceleration” settings are not configurate correctly. Depending on your graphics card (GPU) you might need to turn this off or on. Follow the steps below to find this settings for Google Chrome.
To report a bug, please email us at [email protected] with the following information