PUBG Mobile: How use Canted Sight with other Scopes

The new update of PUBG Mobile brings a new attachment for the guns, called Canted Sight. Many players are still figuring out how to use that sight. It looks like a smaller version of the Red Dot sight but it’s mounted on the right side of the gun and can be used with all Assault Rifles, DMRs, Snipers, SMGs (except Uzi), Shotguns (except S686 and S1897) and LMGs (except DP-28).

Canted sight can be found on the map anywhere like the Red Dot or Holographic sight. If you equip a scope before Canted Sight the scope will be your primary sight and vice-versa.

There are two options for using the Canted Sight, ‘tap to use scope’ and ‘tap to switch scope’. You select this according to your need. But if you go with the former option, you’ll save yourselves a tap which takes a second to change between Main and Side sight and then open the scope.

In mid-range combat when you’re firing at an enemy with a scope like 3x, 4x or 6x and then you have to suddenly fir at an enemy closer to you then you can either use quick scope switch to change the scope with the Red-Dot sight or you can simply use the Canted sight, which is very quick and will decrease your response time giving you an advantage. Also while switching between ADS and cross-hair, your weapon aims at a much different spot but switching between main sight and Canted sight is very much precise.

But it has some disadvantages also, as it blocks your sight to the left of the screen with a scope equipped on the weapon.

While using peek and fire if you switch to Canted sight then also your aim is disturbed a little and you will have to expose some more pixels of your body which is an disadvantage for you.

But with a few training exercises and classic matches, you can master it and you will be a killing machine in short and mid-range battles equipped with your favorite scope and the Canted sight.

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Rohit Kumar
May 11, 2020
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