"Slow is smooth, smooth is fast."
On my old Nascar games I used a push the stick forward and drive around the top of the ring method. That method did not work for me with PCARS and I changed to a more smooth side to side method for PCARS. It took some time to learn to smooth out my inputs but I learned and it has produced awesome results. I still struggle with keeping the car centered in long sweeping turns but I found that my struggles in those turns are directly influenced by my inputs and not controller functionality.
There is no way for SMS to make a setting that works for everyone it is impossible. The only thing they can do is create enough options so that you can make the controller feel good for you. If guys are not willing to change the presets to something comfortable for them then that is totally on the player. Imagine being tall and sitting in the driver seat of a car you like and the seat is setup for a short person and saying im not buying this car because its setup for a short person and all you had to do is move the seat back.
Last edited by DECATUR PLAYA; 21-04-2017 at 15:13.
Just wanted to add thats what the 3 presets are for under the controller tuning options. I cant remember which is which but one was for driving around the top of the ring. One was for the tap tappers. The last preset was for side to side steering.
Secondly the whole idea of this being a sim is that sim racing requires precision. Precision braking. Precision steering. Precision throttle inputs. The whole idea of precision is that it is not easy. This is what s eperates Pcars from other games especially at the console level. I'm not a wheel user but I know PCARS and I have read the ordeals of many wheel users here on this forum and even on a wheel precision is not easy.
Last edited by DECATUR PLAYA; 21-04-2017 at 16:16.