Weapon Profiles Across Multiple Games
In addition you can also find weapon profiles from multiple games, this helps make Aimbeast feel more like a competitive shooter that you are warming up your aim for. It allows you to add your own custom weapon profiles as well which is nice.
Good Exercise Menu
The main part of the aim trainer is the exercise navigation menu which is designed very clean. At the top you can see: discover weekly maps, players post their own custom maps and it shows the level of difficulty.
Each time you click on an exercise it will provide you with a graph of your improvement over the last 7 days, which I found helpful. Also the difficulty and the skill are listed, for example: tracking ⅔ stars. Underneath the graph are the different statistics that measure your progress: score, extra score, accuracy, crit rate, damage, kills and time to kill.
You can also navigate exercises by difficulty and choose whether you want to play normal, custom exercises or routines. Every aim trainer should have a routine option because aim training is all about having consistent routines that focus on all aspects of your aim.
Just like in Valorant, there is a ranking system within this aim trainer. It’s a cool feature that you can compare your skills against other players of Aimbeast.
The Aimbeast community discord is always being interacted with by the developer and there is constant update information with what’s being added and what we can expect in the future.