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  1. #61
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    This post helped a ton. I was ready to throw this controller through the TV cause I couldnt get it right. Its still a bit too sensitive to my liking, but its drivable now, so hopefully i'll just get used to it and enjoy the game.

    Thanks.

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    amazing thread and guide. this helped me greatly enjoy the game wayyyy more.

    i will say, ive tried a couple cars that this particular setup didnt seem "amazing" on, the Audi R8 road car being one, and then the older Lotus formula cars. but im not placing the blame on this. this helped with 90% of the cars in game. its basically perfect. game changer.

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    Project Cars Controller Settings
    Note: All Dead Zones Remain the same when changing cars

    Key
    Preference:- second number (if two given)
    Alternative:- first number (if two given)

    Normal Cars (Road/Race/GT/LMP1+2/Touring/NASCAR)
    Steering Sensitivity: 30
    Throttle Sensitivity: 0
    Brake Sensitivity: 30
    Speed Sensitivity: 75-80

    Open-Wheel Cars (All Formula Cars/Old F1)
    Steering Sensitivity: 30
    Throttle Sensitivity: 0
    Brake Sensitivity: 30
    Speed Sensitivity: 65-70

    Go Karts (Kart One/Super Kart)
    Steering Sensitivity: 40
    Throttle Sensitivity: 0
    Brake Sensitivity: 30
    Speed Sensitivity: 35-40

    All other Settings And Deadzones (Do Not Change)
    Steering Deadzone: 60
    Throttle Deadzone: 20
    Brake Deadzone: 20
    Clutch Deadzone: 20
    Clutch Sensitivity: 40
    Controller Filtering Sensitivity: 15
    Damper Saturation: Locked
    Force Feedback: 0
    RPM/Gear Display: On
    Controller Input Mode: 3
    Advanced: On
    Soft Steering Dampening: On
    Visual Wheel Filtering: On
    Opposite Lock Help: Off
    Just tried these last night myself and was amazed by the difference it made on the kart. Don't know that the 'mode' means but it works

  4. #64
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soulcase View Post
    Dude,your awesome, but 1, you should not have to be doing this, 2, I think the game is still flawed, although potentially great and 3 it should of come with a warning that it was only really playable witha wheel, I would of left well alone, I play forza with controller, and that was what this game was billed to rival.
    on that configuration screen, there's a big ass empty space that could of been filled with tx explaining what each slider does in relation to the game and other sliders, where's the fucking info for this game, can't see how to get the pit engineer speaking or explaining, I cant Tune cars cos I'm not a race driver and without relevant information I don't know what I'm affectin, I've spent 4 hours of gameplay just trying to configure my controller so I can drive the fucking cars, I haven't completed one lap, thoroughly fed up with it! I even took the time to consult the digital manual, expecting an app on its own with oodles of in depth info, but what I got was the same trivial 8th grade style basic info on what the menus are that I can read on the xbox help snap to screen bullshit.

    Potentially the game is great, but it seems to be a game made by race drivers for race drivers and pro sim racers with expensive set ups but sold and marketed to a mass market who are then laughed at for assuming they wouldn't need a steering wheel and race pedals. Well fuck you for pissing me off, please make it right

    wow really...lol....this game is good and is nothing like forza not saying its better or anyting but different its a sim and if anyone I will say they have has played iracing or assetto corsa then you know why thoughs are not on consoles. I do feel for the controller guys dont get me wrong but this game was made from people that wanted these settings in them. SMS took that info and built it on that and yes race drivers had input also but so did a lot of other people. This game is different than any thing console guys are used to settings wise PC guys are used to this.. I would love to see Assetto corse on console but we prob. never will. and yes I have a wheel setup but I played with my friends last night for 3 hours on my xbox one controller so that I could help them set it up. Give it time man all I hear is every forza guy saying oh this game sucks why cause ya cant run around in it playing with a controller like ya can in forza and ya have to sit and really tune and setup your stuff. I do twitch so that f anyone wants to sit and set stuff up I will I have sit for over 4hrs to help man...but hey keep digging its there man...
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  5. #65
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    Incredibly helpful. Thank you, thank you.

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    I use alternative settings to those that have been posted and last time I checked I had some of the fastest laptimes using the controller. At the moment I have a 51,536 in the Clio around Brands Hatch in the community time trials.

    My settings are similiar to the above posted but my steering sensitivity is 25 and my speed sensitivity is 65. A steering sensitivity of 30 is way too high unless you're driving a car that experiences alot of understeer i.e FWD.

    Another tip is assisted steering does not steer your car like Forza. What this does is make the cars feel heavier and as a result far less twitchy. If you do switch this on then, you may need to increase your steering senstivity especially with FWD.

    My final tip which is especially useful for online is this. Assign traction control a button, I use A. This means you can switch traction control on/off whilst racing. This is useful if a particular turn is causing issues or its starts to rain or you have cold tyres. You can also assign either assisted steering to a button or Stabilty control. These are all useful tips because when you join a room and the host selects various cars you have the option of switching these assists on if required.
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    Thanks a ton. The steering lock bug is still a pain in the ass, but the descriptions you have for each setting helped a ton.

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    This post is perfect, I was able to really refine what I was doing.

    Thanks!

    Now this game is playable and I can almost feel the car.

  9. #69
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    OK, so I've got the 320 pretty manageable based on that post.

    Here are my settings:











    http://youtu.be/igs4kZWrHto

    I dare say I very nearly actually enjoyed the game. This post was VERY helpful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WRT IVORBIGUN View Post
    I use alternative settings to those that have been posted and last time I checked I had some of the fastest laptimes using the controller. At the moment I have a 51,536 in the Clio around Brands Hatch in the community time trials.

    My settings are similiar to the above posted but my steering sensitivity is 25 and my speed sensitivity is 65. A steering sensitivity of 30 is way too high unless you're driving a car that experiences alot of understeer i.e FWD.

    Another tip is assisted steering does not steer your car like Forza. What this does is make the cars feel heavier and as a result far less twitchy. If you do switch this on then, you may need to increase your steering senstivity especially with FWD.

    My final tip which is especially useful for online is this. Assign traction control a button, I use A. This means you can switch traction control on/off whilst racing. This is useful if a particular turn is causing issues or its starts to rain or you have cold tyres. You can also assign either assisted steering to a button or Stabilty control. These are all useful tips because when you join a room and the host selects various cars you have the option of switching these assists on if required.
    Are you saying that you are using steering assistance and it actually works for you ? For instance did you use it to do your Clio time ?

    I tried it really early on and found it to be un-useable. Memories of my time on Shift 2 where, the only way to stabilise thing for a controller was to have it permanently on, made me think that this should maybe apply here.
    The first corner I hit, it just seemed to refuse to turn. Quite the opposite of what I expected to be honest. The only thing I didn't try was putting on Steering assistance and then compensating for the lack of turn in by increasing steering sensitivity. Very tempted to go back and try it again but the fear of yet another disappointment is making me consider not trying anything again till the patch is released. But when will this be ? No real idea to be honest.

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