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    Good controller settings for PS4?

    I know project cars 2 is mainly meant for a wheel. However, its what I'm on for now. Anybody have any really good controller settings for the game they'd be willing to share? Holy crap. I was so tired I originally posted that as "Mainly meant for a wheel".
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    You can try these from a while back or use the advanced to see if you can find more.
    http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/sho...=1#post1317470
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    Dude. You've been supportive af. Thank you! (if you're female, sorry about the 'dude' part, unless you're cool with that)

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    You might also, if starting on the game recently, restrict yourself to low power cars because even on a wheel, some of the high power ones are formidable to control especially on authentic aids settings!

    GT5, low power road cars, things like that. Walk before you try running!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Haunted_Mattress View Post
    Dude. You've been supportive af. Thank you! (if you're female, sorry about the 'dude' part, unless you're cool with that)
    Found another thread. http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/sho...ntroller+setup
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Haunted_Mattress View Post
    I know project cars 2 is mainly meant for a wheel. However, its what I'm on for now. Anybody have any really good controller settings for the game they'd be willing to share? Holy crap. I was so tired I originally posted that as "Mainly meant for a wheel".
    Personally the biggest improvement/gain I made was when I calibrated the wheel differently. Turn full left lock to 100 save, then rotate to right to 1320. The wheel will feel much better/tighter like a race car should. You will be able to catch it when it lets go. I also have the feedback volume assigned to L2 R2 on my wheel so I can adjust the strength on track. This for me was the biggest gain in being competitive on a wheel. I use T300 on PS4. The feedback settings are down to personal taste. I use informative, but friends of mine like RAW. Trial and error is best way.

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