2 Replies Latest reply: Aug 15, 2014 4:28 PM by like2nap03 RSS

    Mote settings for buggy patch

    LastShadowCOD

      Don't know if this will help anyone:

       

      I decreased the dead zone for hip fire to nothing.

       

      The biggest issue I found was the "Camera Sensitivity" setting - I had this way up before and reset it to 8. It could be less but the mote acts sluggish (to me). Higher and the mote is all over the place.

       

      I played with "Cursor Sensitivity" (20) and "Camera Sensitivity" (30) until it was close to having a pseudo dead zone.

       

      The Camera Speed group of settings I upped a little, but they were pretty close to my original (35's or so).

       

      It seems to me from the 10 or so games I played that it fixes (sort of) the issue for ADS loss/inaccuracy that we were "blessed with" on this new patch.

       

      The turning and so on feels a little mushy (to me), and it's difficult to get used to, but it seems to work.

       

      It'd be better if they fixed it, but I'm not going to hold my breath.

        • Re: Mote settings for buggy patch
          bughunt

          Not looked at my settings for a little bit, but it looks like you've ended up with settings close to mine.  I've always had real twitchy and responsive settings with no AA or deadzones and had to increase the sensitivity to try and counter the new turning issue.

           

          In addition to what you posted, I'd like to suggest that people have a look at the presets for Wiimote setup on the Gamepad.  Changing between these presets may sort the aiming issue.  It may be worth a look at the "aim style" setting and testing with that.

           

          I haven't yet found any fix for the clunky and heavy turning other than what you have also suggested.  It lessens it a little but doesn't solve it completely

            • Re: Mote settings for buggy patch
              like2nap03

              I think the problem with the heavy clunky turning is that sensitivity settings just improve how fast the cursor and camera respond. Camera speed makes it turn faster.  So now you get this deal where the cursor moves fast, but the camera doesn't.  Which to me makes it feel even weirder.  That's what I got out of my 10 minutes with it the other day.  I haven't tried it sense.  Instead of messing with my settings to try and find a work around I've been waiting for a patch.