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[DiRT Rally 2.0] (PC) PS4 gamepad suspension vibration/feedback broken

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EDIT: I’ve honed in on the main issue, so i’ve updated this post with more accurate description of the problem.

I'm playing the game on PC (Steam) with a PS4 controller, initially I was running it through DS4Windows (emulates an Xbox controller for compatibility reasons) but later via the built in Steam controller configuration, the issue persists no matter which way you do it. 

What's happening is the suspension vibration/feedback is reversed; the controller constantly vibrates when on a smooth surface, and the vibration fades/stops on rougher surfaces or when hitting bumps or going over jumps. Basically working backwards. It's especially noticeable on smooth tarmac stages, the controller just never stops vibrating. Going into the menu and turning off suspension vibration stops the issue, but then you basically have no road feel. Tire slip, crashes, and engine vibration are all working correctly, it's just suspension feedback that’s backwards.

I really don't think this is an issue on my end as I have no problems in DiRT Rally 1 or DiRT 4, or any other PC racing game for that matter. So I can only assume this is a bug that’s gone unnoticed for quite a while. Hoping this can be fixed in a future update! 

Edited by TheRealJuralumi
Post was poorly worded and badly titled, I’ve edited it to get straight to the point and explain the issue better.

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I have a similar issue with my csl elite steering wheel, the ffb feels like it's opposite (sort of) from what it should be, wildly oscillations at the wrong moments. 

Was working fine before I reinstalled Windows

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