Controller Sensitivity - A Must Read!

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  1. kb1ilu1990
    kb1ilu1990 Guest

    Controller Sensitivity - A Must Read!


    Attention: Microsoft & Xbox high level executives and whatnot!

    We the people, Users of Xbox One Console,
    Have had enough!

    In this discussion,
    I will be both blunt and honest!

    We have a serious problem with users players and anyone in particular who uses the Xbox One Console have a serious problem with our controller Sensitivity!

    I have read multiple fourmums between Reddit,Facebook, and Microsoft's forums that we have no ability to calibrate our controllers.

    Yes, There is a app that lets you somewhat configure your button mapping and test your buttons. However, there are no options for configuring your controller
    left or right joystick sensitivity or your A,B,X,Y Button sensitivity. And this is a major problem when you want to play games like Forza or Need For Speed or any kind of NASCAR game. I mean come
    on! you move the stick a nanometer to the left and your on screen character is running left like their life is in danger. ( I hope you understand what I'm saying!)

    So, with this all said for the love of any god or allah or whatever your belief is,

    Will Someone please fix this????

    Thank you very much,

    Sincerely,

    John G.

    North Carolina

    Xbox Live GamerTag =

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    :)
     
    kb1ilu1990, Oct 19, 2019
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  2. Scaluh2 Win User

    Controller Sensitivity - A Must Read!

    You can set the control sticks to a delayed push in the app for the Elite V2, not sure if this is an option with the standard controller or not. Im not sure if button sensitivity is something that the current hardware would allow.
  3. crazydude1965 Win User

    Controller Sensitivity - A Must Read!

    Sorry u seem upset my friend but ill deposit my 10 cents and give you what i know recently i found quite a few games let you play with controller sensitivitiy settings ie call of duty raceing games but you have to go to individual game settings and hunt
    them down im afraid hope this helps to get you back on the happy gameing track my friend.
  4. crazy8canuck Win User

    Controller Sensitivity - A Must Read!

    IMHO this is on the individual games to have a sensitivity setting. Not having to alter the settings for the controller from one game to the next as a whole.
  5. zl DiviNe lz Win User

    Controller Sensitivity - A Must Read!

    This feature may perhaps be added to the new elite controller, which will be released this month, and it has some more features than the first elite controller.
  6. Jav0r Win User

    Controller Sensitivity - A Must Read!

    just invest in an elite series 2 controller if you want controller sensitivity. i think normal controllers work fine as they are.
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