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Controllers??? 01 Nov 2018 19:25 #110804

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B) Hello, all. Here's one that I SHOULD know. I run a small (very) YouTube channel. One of my followers asked me if City Car Driving supported "Controllers". Honestly, I couldn't answer him :unsure: Can anyone help out this poor guy (and me... :( ) Thanks, in advance...
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Controllers??? 01 Nov 2018 19:46 #110805

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Reginald wrote:
B) Hello, all. Here's one that I SHOULD know. I run a small (very) YouTube channel. One of my followers asked me if City Car Driving supported "Controllers". Honestly, I couldn't answer him :unsure: Can anyone help out this poor guy (and me... :( ) Thanks, in advance...
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Yup it does support controllers. but I wouldn't recommend using it.
Current cars that I drive in real life:
- Ford Transit Connect L2H2 2012
- Ford Transit L3H2 2014
- Opel Agila 1.2 2011
- Skoda Octavia Combi 1.4 Tsi 2016
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Controllers??? 02 Nov 2018 03:12 #110806

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Thanks, Kas...I'll deliver the "good" news
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Controllers??? 02 Nov 2018 20:50 #110816

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I recommend you use the mouse steering option, with an automatic gearbox, or automatic clutch. If you can get hold of a cheap Logitech G25, G27, G29, or G920 wheel, then that would help with manual functions. Or you can get a Logitech GT Driving Force, it has force feed back, but then you loose the clutch. I've seen people buying a 3rd pedal and mixing it with the GT Driving Force.
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Controllers??? 03 Nov 2018 02:46 #110820

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User454, you don't have to sell me on Logitech GT Driving. I've had mine for about 2 years now. Got it cheap from Ebay. Best investment I've ever made for my hobby. I just love it and hopefully it will be around for years to come. My original question about controllers was for a guy who'd subscribed to my humble YouTube channel....Thanks again for the response...
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Controllers??? 03 Nov 2018 10:32 #110823

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Well, it's nice to hear that the GT Driving Force is the best investment you've made. But the short answer is, yes. Controllers will work but steering a wheel that moves 1000 degrees on a controller stick that moves 80 degrees is difficult.
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Controllers??? 09 Nov 2018 19:45 #110874

Logitech G25 the best one..
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