How Do You Improve Your Aim
In Destiny 2 players have a lot of mobility including flying and sliding.
Since this is a fast paced game it will require you to have good click timing and tracking ability. Click timing is the ability to aim your crosshair onto an intended target and click accurately at the correct timing. Tracking is the ability to keep your crosshair on an opponent as they are moving across your screen. In Destiny’s case that is when they are running, flying or sliding.
To improve your aim you would want to use an aim trainer and select a map that trains your click timing or tracking. You can also combine this with the crucible game more to get a good mix of in and out of game aim training. It is important to have some level of aim training within your chosen game that you want to improve on.
This will allow you to get used to hitboxes, movement speed, player models, weapons and your own movement. Improving aim is all about consistency and volume of training. The more you train and the more consistent you are, the better your aim will be. I suggest using the help of aim trainers daily to either warm up your aim or to train it for 20-25 minute sessions at a time.
Improve Your Aim At Destiny 2 Without An Aim Trainer
Good aim also comes down to a lot of other mechanics.
In Destiny 2 you can use sliding to your advantage because this will make your hitbox lower and throw your enemies’ aim off. When players are aiming at head level as you do in FPS games, sliding will make them have to adjust very low to the ground. Slide into gunfights to throw your enemies aim off. Everyone wants good aim, here was an article about people cheating to improve aim.