CS: GO is only the second game to adopt the new Flick Stick gyro aiming method.
CS: GO is only the second game to adopt the new Flick Stick gyro aiming method developed by Jibb Smart. Inspired by the gyro aiming in console games such as Splatoon, Flick Stick changes controller support in traditionally PC-centric shooters.
Many players make use of the left analog stick for movement and the right stick for aiming when playing using a controller. Flick Stick changes the right analog to horizontal aiming only, with vertical aim controlled by the physical movement of the remote.
Players should make note that the gyro aiming sensitivity is low by default and it might need some adjusting. To increase it, players will have to go back to CS: GO controller settings and scroll down to Gyro Aim Settings. Players will get the option to change the sensitivity and invert the aiming. Players can adjust the sliders to the required sensitivity and close the settings to return to CS: GO.