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Hi, I’m playing on an Xbox One X with a Thrustmaster TMX FFB wheel. I just recently got into racing with a wheel and I’ve noticed that Dirt rally 2.0 has almost zero road feel with the force feedback ill be going over bumps and jumps and get basically zero response from my wheel during these moments. The only feedback I’m feeling from this game is the wheel re-aligning itself to center. ive tried researching this topic and I’ve found that DR 2.0 has had force feedback updates, sooo is there anything I can do to fix this in game? I’ve messed with FFB settings and gotten no luck. I’d just like to know if this is a permanent problem for the game on Xbox or if there are any future updates coming to maybe fix this? It kinda takes away a lot of the immersion from the game 😞 EDIT: just to clarify a couple of things and save some people’s time. -my wheel’s Firmware us up to date and my DR 2.0 is up to date. The FFB for my wheel works properly with all other games I’ve played
Marc1011 posted a topic in Technical AssistanceGuys anyone using a fanatec CSW 2.5 on my Xbox One before / after the season one update - mine was fine before and I was enjoying the game, not I have no feel at all, no return to centre, no ffb, no vibration or sensation of any sort. It rotates and controls the car but it's unplayable. Codemasters! Are you looking at this? I want to play the DLC I've paid for and can't; really frustrating!! HELP!!!
repr0bate posted a topic in Technical AssistanceHi all, I have an issue that's plaguing my ability to play the game. I have a Logitech G29 wheel and the game just turns of all ffb in the wheel when the game starts. Here are the sequence of events that I go through:
Hello! I've surfed internet a lot and this forum looking for a good FFB configuration (force feed back) for my Logitech G27... but, no one good result. I know that FFB in Dirt Rally 2.0 is not "the best part" of the game... but, I'ts really worse than in Dirt Rally 1.0. Any suggestions? Thanks!