For me, the idea of a controller drift is a bit unnerving. I have all kinds of controller drift in my life, I’ve even had it myself, but the fact that I can drift on my Sony PlayStation 4, while I have it, I find to be more than a little unsettling.
Controller drift is when your controller is moved too far away from where you want your controller to be. When you play an FPS game, you arent always looking at the controller. This can be great or terrible depending on whether you are focused on your primary character or are playing against someone else. I find controller drift to be pretty bad when I play a game with people around me.
I actually have a pretty good handle on when controller drift happens. I can tell when it happens by how often I get it happen, and how fast I can recover from it. In general, my controller drift happens more often than when I play with someone else, but it is usually pretty mild. I have a really good handle on what is going on in the world, so I don’t get it quite as often.
controller drift is a pretty significant problem, and I think most controllers have a drift issue. I don’t think it’s specific to the PS4 controller, however. I’ve had it happen on both the controller and PC before, and I’m not sure if it was due to the controller’s movement or the PC’s movement. The PC was a bit easier than I thought. I was able to recover from it pretty fast. It did happen on the PC, though.
ive had a drift issue with my ps4 controller before, and after i realized it ive been able to recover from it pretty fast. the issue happened when the motion was all smooth, and then it started to fluctuate between going one way and the other.
I think it is the same issue that happens with FPS games. I dont know if its a fault of my controller or the game itself, but I think you are not meant to run the game as smooth as possible.
There are a few options you can try if you are having that drift problem. First, if it’s just the motion of your controller, you can try moving your controller slightly out of the way while playing. This will make the motion less smooth, but it might also make the problem go away. Also, depending on the controller, you might be able to change the sensitivity by selecting the D-pad from the top of the controller.
I think what really hurt me was the fact that I got the D-pad to be a little easier to control. It’s still not perfect, but it’s a starting point for any controller-drift problem you might have.
What’s really sad is that I can’t even play Deathloop with a mouse. I have a ps2 controller, and it’s so much easier to control the mouse. I know that with a mouse you can shift the sensitivity, but it’s still not as easy as moving the controller. I think the mouse is the way to go for gamepad-drift problems, because the controller is so easy to move.
I’ve been using the controller for a while now, and its been fine. I don’t find it hard to play, but it’s not so easy to use. I think your mileage will vary, but I think its a good start for any controller-drift problem you might have.