Aim Lab is being developed for mobile devices and will be launching next month, confirmed by Wayne Mackey, CEO of Statespace, the company that has developed Aim Lab. According to a report by The Washington Post, Riot Games, the publisher of video games such as League of Legends, and Valorant, has acquired a minority ownership stake in Aim Lab developer Statespace.
The application acts as a personal trainer and helps players in improving their aim in shooting games. Aim Lab curates aim training scenarios thus improving a player’s core FPS skills including flicking, tracking, speed, perception & cognition.
A plethora of shooting games are available for mobile devices
There are a lot of popular shooting games available to play on mobile devices. More and more AAA shooting titles are being ported to mobile devices. The number of shooting game players has increased exponentially. The market has seen a steep rise in terms of multiplayer tournaments and esports.
The shooting game scene is a very competitive one and Aim Lab gives players the opportunity to improve their skills. Players around the world use the application to remain at the top of their game. Aim Lab on mobile will allow mobile gamers the perfect tool to improve their aim and in-game skills as they head out for success.
Wayne Mackey the CEO of Statespace said, “For us, we’re on a quest to really reduce the friction between playing the game you love and getting better at the game you love.”
Aim Lab’s detailed aim analysis feedback guides on quick improvements. The developers claim that it is a must for any player from beginner to pro if they want to gain a competitive edge.
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