After getting my hands on A4Tech’s last offering, the G7-310D-2, I was ready to check out the wired solution for first person shooters, the Multi-Core Gun3 Gaming Mouse V5. A4Tech designed the Multi-Core Gun3 Gaming Mouse V5 for gamers looking to get that extra edge on their favorite shooter games. Spending countless hours playing both third person and first person shooters, the smooth feel of the mouse was amazing as my hand gripped the mouse and fingers slide to each key without hesitation.
With a 200 Dpi to 3,200 Dpi resolution this gaming mouse was designed to allow players to experience their weapon of choice with more accuracy as you control the recoil suppression as bullets spray into your enemies.
The team from A4Tech allows not only the ability to modify the hardware to adjust your trajectory but also the software which adjusts the recoil suppression to give players full control of customization to their style (this is actually required as every game and weapon is designed differently so frequent adjustments are needed). With both auto recoil suppression and concentrated trajectory I was able to make any weapon deadly.
Additionally, the mouse comes with 7 keys which can be utilized in any form through customization in the Bloody2 Multi-Core software which is included in the package. Most of these are non-functional or default actions based on the game but easily modified as the player sees fit for the perfect hot-key set-up. There are 3 modes which can be easily accessed through the 3 keys next to the wheel allowing the player to adjust their game-play style immediately, even during game-play, from Single-shot, to Auto-cycling and 3-burst shot.
This is a great mouse to utilize for anybody looking to make a seamless change from console to PC shooters without feeling lost. For those veterans looking to get an edge up, the Multi-Core Gun3 can provide that edge and leave you walking out feeling like a champion.
The only downfall that is part of this mouse is the microtransactions involved with getting the most out of the mouse. Different settings that can up your game are available to be used, including reduced recoil, at a cost. Once purchased they can work easily with the mouse. With the inexpensive nature of the mouse ($29.99 as a New Egg promo or $39.99 on Amazon), it would be prudent to spend the extra coin to make sure you have something fully working for you.
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