BehindGames Writes: Titanfall on PC will not support Xbox One controller, a few hours ago Respawn answered a question by mistake and told its fans that Titanfall PC version will support Xbox One controller.
Tired from work. I read that wrong for just a second. I thought it said The x box one would not support the x box one controller lol
...but it supports DS4!
I have only 1 bubble, but the x box 1 controller had no usb wire with that might be causing an issue. It sucks it didn't come with it,. The 360 you also couldn't use a wireless controller without a x box connecting/pc device. I think the 360 wired one worked if i remember correctly?
Wierd cause didn't they use Xbox controllers on a PC and say that it was Xbox One. This game is really all over the place. Something new and odd all the time now.
Yeah I'm good with my dualshock 4 & keyboard and mouse. I would even use the 360 controller before the xbone controller personally, in my opinion they're both better.
Good thing since the 360 controller is far better than the Xbox One controller. They should have never changed the design.
sicker than a tupac dedication to biggie *vomits*
As a pc gamer with a high end machine I do play my games on the 360 controller as I came from the ps3. If i do have to use a mouse and keyboard I can do like games such as insurgency which is amazing. My skills with the controller are very good but on PC I need to work on my aim a bit more
I feel that pc games should be played with keyboard and mouse. Maybe it's just me :)
It will but not officially.
Use PS4 controller lol
Same, just read that and thought they weren't going to support the new controller....wait, wtf
Should we care that it doesn't?
Who the hell is playing Titanfall on PC with a controller? I hope you like losing a lot...
I'll just try harder....lol.
No one will play it with a controller, if they do they will soon realize what a silly mistake they are making and instantly go for the M/K. Unless of course, they do like losing alot. Doesn't matter if you try harder kissfromdad, you're starting with a disadvantage, being that you are limited by the speed and precision of the pad. Also down below, BF3 and 4 aren't arena shooters. They aren't quick paced. Although sniping is easier with m/k in those games...you barely come into scenarios where reaction time is important. Edit - Hmm, the reason M/K is better, is because with a pad, you only have that tiny little area to flick the stick. Whereas a mouse...you have your desk to move it. Once you get used to a mouse...you just start too...not miss
I always hark back to this video when someone wants to see the difference: https://www.youtube.com/wat... The KB/M player doesn't even get killed once. In fact, his first few kills are "humiliations", killing a player using only the Gauntlet. And he makes it look easy. It's not to say you can't have fun playing with a controller, but your competitiveness is going out the window in that environment.
I still find it strange how input devices designed for games, with FPSs as a primary consideration no less, have yet to surpass input devices designed for typing and navigating a desktop. I haven't tried a Steam controller yet though, so you never know.
I don't mind starting with a disadvantage because I get to play on PC with my preferred controller. Despite that, I like trying to win because I can't get better on PC with a gamepad unless I try. I play Black Op II's Gun Game on PC, because of native gamepad support, and I'm regularly placing within the top three. Nevertheless, I've witnessed & familiarized myself with the performance gap when facing a really good mouse player. Personally, I just keep try harder and adjusting my sensitivity, but my joy doesn't diminish. Nonetheless, I've tried using Xpadder for Bad Company 2 & Modern Warfare 2, however, Xpadder is never a substitute for native gamepad support in competitive shooters, because my performance is equivalent to a snowball's chance in hell, lol. I wish you had more than one bubble. I'd appreciate reading your response.
What the hell are you talkin about?
lol at this tard. "I play better at FPS with a controller on my PC." whatever mate, keep telling yourself that. You sure your not actually gaming on a console and the auto aim is helping you? I bet you don't even have a gaming PC
@AceBlazer13 If you're referring to me, then I'm much better with a gamepad than a mouse and keyboard. It's actually only the keyboard that I can't adjust to because, since I started playing games, I've always had a controller with a stick to move/run and buttons to chuck grenades/reload. A keyboard is too uncomfortable for me. @Wizard_King If my comment come across to you as me being a retard, then I'm sorry you see me that way and that we disagree on my preferences. Nevertheless, if you're on Steam, you're free to add me as a friend, then play games with me to verify that I play on PC too. My Steam account name, as on N4G, Playstation Network, and Xbox Live, is "AKissFromDaddy" and I don't mind playing with gamers on N4G, so add me anytime for fun times. Additionally, here's a link to my gamer cards account for Steam http://gamercards.exophase.... Another link to my actual Steam profile http://steamcommunity.com/i... I've been using a gamepad on Steam for three years. I have over 170 games for a reason. I don't want argue or call people names, I just like sharing opinions. What do you think?
Same people who like to eat with a fork instead of chopsticks?
Oh nooooooo this means it will faillll *sarcasm* >___>
I don't understand why the Xbox One controller isn't supported yet on PC because at E3 EA played BF4 with the controller on PC.
Bizarre. I'll be mouse and k/b but when chums are over would of been ideal to just use their pad plug and play. Suppose motion joy is but a click away.
Why would anyone play an fps game on the PC with a controller? lol
It will support the 360 controller (and in turn the PS3 one unofficially). Not a big difference since it's a FPS.
Thank you Sony for making your Dualshock 4 work easily with PC games (all you need is a small program and half a brain). Now maybe some of those great PS4 exclusives will make it to PC to make the world a perfect place.
Keep dreaming dude.
Enslaved made it too pc
Keep dreaming bro.
Using 360 controller on BF3 and 4 pc get plenty of kills its a myth you cant kill anything sure I don't set the scoreboard on fire never have but I do fine. I use mouse as well but I like to kick back and game sometimes winning is not why I play.
That's fine, but if you're trying to be competitive in any way, you'll simply be outmatched against anyone with even an average skill level with mouse and keyboard. BF3 and BF4 aren't so bad because there's not a lot of verticality to the shooting. Players tend to move only closer/farther away and side-to-side. In Titanfall, they can move much more rapidly and take to the skies, which is where the lack of precision and speed from controller analog sticks will put you at a very big disadvantage.
Very true as I said though I don't compete sometimes I don't shoot my gun just have a hippy game looking at rocks and walls I am kind of crap with both lol team tears are delicious.
I play shooters on the pc with multi-button mouse and Logitech g13. Everything else I play with controller. Titan Fall will not be played with a controller.
thats not to bad im sure that most pc gamers who game with a controller like me are using a 360 controller until the steam controller is out.
If the DS4 works, that's all I really care about. I'll have that sweet controller when I get my PS4 around MGSV launch.
I have the feeling their trying to force players to buy the xbone version in order to help MS move units. Doesn't matter cause you can still play on pc with ds4.
Yes you can use the DS4 as long as you know how to download software and add files to game directory in the file browser.
Sounds like too much work. Think I'll stick to the old keyboard and mouse lol
I had no plans to use a controller for a competitive online-shooter on the PC in the first place . . .
I'm pretty sure xpadder will disagree with that.
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