Customize your screen to suit your hands and playstyle.
Decrease Camera Sensitivity
Find the camera tab on the settings screen to adjust the sensitivity.
We recommend beginners check the "Standard" box and decrease the sensitivity.
Try Playing with a Controller
If you're not used to playing action games with a touch screen, a controller may be more your style.
Change the Layout
From the controls tab on the setting screen, you can choose from one of several different shooting modes, and customize your control layout for each.
Move buttons to where you can most easily tap them.
These tips may be a good reference!
This is the control scheme that I use is to play with four fingers.
On the right side I have space to move the camera and aim, and with my thumb I move and use melee attacks, and with my index finger I aim, jump and crouch.
On the left side, with my thumb I move and with my index finger I shoot or attack with the gun.
I play with six fingers on an iPad.
I've set the buttons according to which ones I'm most likely to use in tandem with each other.
I play on an iPad Pro with my 10 fingers.
I placed the buttons so I can reach them all efficiently.
I play on a [iPhone XR] and a [PlayStation®5] controller
I choose to try and free up as much space as I can since I play controller.
I also using a mirroring software to put my phone onto my monitor so I can play with a bigger screen.
I try to keep things only the things we need to see on screen everything else I have hidden.
In my screenshot you will see my current favorite loadout give it a try!!
I play on an [iPad mini 6] in a hybrid mode between touch controls and controller.
In short, I use the touch controls to aim with my right hand and the controller to move, aim, jump and attack with my left hand.