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How to not be twitchy with Xbox controller?

Discussion in 'Chit Chat Room' started by HanSeoulOh, Jul 21, 2018.

  1. HanSeoulOh

    HanSeoulOh Rookie

    I can drift like in Tokyo Drift with a controller, but I am twitchy and people say that doing tandem with me is hard. My settings are these

    Speed Sensitivity: 20
    Steering Speed: 70
    Gamma: 2.2
    Filter: 0.7
    Deadzone: 0.23
    Intensity: 50

    Now, is there any way to make my settings feel the same way but not look twitchy? The car I use has a really quick snap-back and direction locking so I need to correct it immediately. Help me please.

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  3. Skybird

    Skybird Alien

    Your cure you probably dont want to hear: get a wheel and pedals.
    Michael Hornbuckle likes this.
  4. HanSeoulOh

    HanSeoulOh Rookie

    I will get a wheel, but in 2 months cos I’m moving soon to another country and I don’t want extra things to carry. So, is it normal that I’m extremely twitchy?
    Ace Pumpkin likes this.
  5. kunos

    kunos Alien

    You are trying to control a car with 900-1080 degrees of steering wheel mapped to a thumbstick with few deg of rotation.. "twitchiness" is the obvious thing I expect to see.

    Personally I will never understand the reason why people like to self reduce the already limited control range in pads by using deadzone.. it doesn't really make sense.
    Try with deadzone at 0.. whenever I suggest this people come back say "oh you were right, it's better now"... the reason is so simple, right now you're throwing away a whopping 23% of your range away.. it doesn't make any sense.
    If your controller is too sensitive in the middle, try increasing the gamma to 3.0, this will trade sensibility from the middle to the extreme parts but it'll all be smooth and you'll gain 23% of range.

    Other random suggestions: use a view that shows the virtual steering wheel.. if it doesn't look "right", it won't be right.
    HanSeoulOh likes this.
  6. Nicecuppatea

    Nicecuppatea Rookie

    A Steam controller with gyro enabled is worth considering too, if you're on a PC and short of money/space. Gives you a slightly larger range of movement and works quite well once you get used to it. Think the PS4 controller also has gyro controls too.
  7. HanSeoulOh

    HanSeoulOh Rookie

    Sure, looks right, feels bad to me.
  8. Shaddix

    Shaddix Alien

    i used back then those settings and could drive really fast and sensitive:

    Speed Sensitivity=73%
    Steering Speed=100%

    a old video as example:
  9. HarryjW98

    HarryjW98 Rookie

    You’re a ****ing legend

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