(FEAR) iAmToNs 30. dec 2013 kl. 10:51am
Controller Support?
I know it doesn't state it on the store page, thought I'd ask in case I missed it. Xbox controller supported at all?
Viser 1-15 af 22 kommentarer
< >
Moskeeto 30. dec 2013 kl. 10:51am 
No, not at all.
(FEAR) iAmToNs 30. dec 2013 kl. 10:52am 
thanks for the response
Kraft 30. dec 2013 kl. 10:52am 
I'd really like to see how good you are with that thing in PC games.
(FEAR) iAmToNs 30. dec 2013 kl. 10:55am 
For medical resons its easier for me to use controller over keyboard. Work accident 7 years ago messed my left wrist up. I still use keyboard for most games and deal with the pain, was just curious.
Kraft 30. dec 2013 kl. 11:00am 
sorry to hear that pal
(FEAR) iAmToNs 30. dec 2013 kl. 11:03am 
thanks man. justy enjoy games more with a controller because of it. might still pick this up. i really want a good wwii shooter
[TW]Yoshiro  [udvikler] 30. dec 2013 kl. 11:04am 
There is unofficial controller support (not for menu's but for in game). The settings to enable it can be found on the Tripwire wiki.
(FEAR) iAmToNs 30. dec 2013 kl. 11:09am 
Developer responding with awesome info, buying regardless now. Thanks Yoshiro
WhitezombieITA92 21. jan kl. 10:26am 
I also lost the use of his left arm years ago and I can only use the controller.
try using Xpadder. not very comfortable but it's something
Harmonica 21. jan kl. 12:31pm 
Hi, if you ever have the chance try one of these keyboards(maybe at a local game store or a convention). Razer Orbweaver/Razer Tartarus & Logitech G13. One of my friends has been using the Razer Orbweaver since he broke his wrist/arm. These keyboards have adjustable parts to give your hand and wrist better support. There is also a thumbpad which I think you can use as WASD. See you on the battlefield!
(FEAR) iAmToNs 21. jan kl. 1:14pm 
Thanks for the suggestions guys. Been in therapy training for the past month, wrist is getting a lot better. Trying to get used to keyboard again haha. Still like controller when I can. Console gamer at heart
Ace42 21. jan kl. 3:17pm 
Using a controller in left hand for D-pad movement and a couple of triggers isn't necessarily a great sin. Forsaking the mouse in the right hand will get you real dead real often; gamepads simply don't have the precision available to compete with mice.
(FEAR) iAmToNs 21. jan kl. 3:20pm 
I seem to play just fine. Not like I play in MLG or anything. When I want the "precision" in games such as BF4, I use mouse/keyboard. I don't see the usefulness of pointing out the obvious...
kett422 21. jan kl. 4:38pm 
Really?? A controller is not very accurate??
Ace42 21. jan kl. 4:44pm 
My point was that Gamepad and Mouse aren't mutually exclusive; and that, more than even in the PC iteration of the Battlefield franchise, the precision a mouse offers is crucial in this game.
Viser 1-15 af 22 kommentarer
< >
Per side: 15 30 50
Dato postet: 30. dec 2013 kl. 10:51am
Indlæg: 22