Forward Assault is a new multiplayer FPS shooter. This first-person shooter features tactical gameplay, high-quality graphics, and fast-paced action. There are many guns you can choose from, and more to come. Fight as the counter terrorist CT team or the terrorist team and plant or defuse the bomb. Play on strategic-based tactical maps and bring your team to victory.
You can also play a Ranked mode in this new FPS shooter, where you must climb the ladder and become the top player.
Forward Assault provides deep customization when it comes to its controls. You can alter the size/placement of buttons in any way you desire, as well as increase/decrease the sensitivity of your aim. Unfortunately, you cannot mess around with these settings until you are in a match. I would suggest that you create a game with a password (that only you know) so that no one else can join and interfere with you while you experiment with your personal control settings.
You can utilize multiple button-layouts but it all depends on whether you use the “Claw” method to play. Players who use “Claw” utilize more than 2 fingers at one time to facilitate quicker and more accurate movements. For instance, I use my right index finger to shoot and my left index finger to crouch/aim respectively. This allows my thumbs to remain touching the screen at (almost) all times instead of having to take my thumbs off the the screen to press the crouch, aim, and shoot buttons. This saves me time and helps me remain more accurate.
Playing with the Claw method comes at an initial cost of discomfort when learning to use it. However, if you persevere through the awkward/uncomfortable beginnings of learning to use Claw, you will greatly benefit from it. I hope this doesn’t make it sound like using the Claw method is absolutely mandatory in order to be good at Forward Assault. I know people who play with just their thumbs and they are more than efficient at kicking butt.
Once you feel comfortable with a specific control scheme, try not to change it very often. You may discover that you want to increase your sensitivity once you become more experienced/accustomed to the game and that is okay. Being able to turn quickly is integral in certain situations, depending on your play style. Just remember that your control options have the greatest long-term impact on your experience with the game. I cannot emphasize this enough.