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    Question Best gamepad controller for this game?

    Hey! I'm on PC and was wondering what the best controller is to use in this game. I already have a Xbox 360 controller but is there something better?

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    Yes but I said controller not wheel! But thanks anyways. Guess I should have said game pad.

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    A wheel is a controller; it's a specific type. A flight stick is a controller. You should use "gamepad" instead if that's your target.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahjik View Post
    A wheel is a controller; it's a specific type. A flight stick is a controller. You should use "gamepad" instead if that's your target.
    oh please..
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    the 360 controller for PC without a doubt. Works with all games.

    Xbox1 controller is the best thing ever made, but still have some issues with many games. Thats' why you should go for a cheap 360 controller instead, until all issues with x1 pad on PC are fixed

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    Quote Originally Posted by eiwhatsup View Post
    ...Thats' why you should go for a cheap 360 controller instead...
    He already got one...
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    I don't think you'll do much better than the Xbox 360 for the PC. The PS controllers require software for emulation which is undesirable. While some of the software works just fine, some of them cause input delays with games. Logitech, Steam and Razer all have XInput enabled controllers which is what you want to focus on. I've heard good and bad things about all of them, but the XB360 seems to be pretty consistent.
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    I'd also say the 360 controller, it works well for me. I've got a Steam controller too but can't get on with it for pCARS.

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    hi...
    i think Sony DualShock 4 Controller is very amazing...
    dualshock 4 is one of the best computer gamepad in the world... i realy like this

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