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Like what was said in the other answer you can't configure the zoomed in sensitivity as a game setting. However rare or better guns roll multiple sight options. Different sights have different sensitivities. An Eagle Eye SLR20 will handle heavy and slow. An Ambush SLH25 will aim more snappy. The names will vary, but you want one with a description that ...


The Xbox One console is not directly compatible with Xbox 360 controllers. However; as you have experienced, Windows 10 will still register Xbox 360 controllers, for the purpose of Xbox One streaming. I have a USB Xbox 360 controller that can not directly connect to my console, but works perfectly fine when streaming to my PC. As it appears, OP has ...


You can use an wireless xbox controller with a pc if you have an xbox controller wireless adapter. Here is an example of one: http://www.amazon.com/Xbox-Wireless-Gaming-Receiver-Windows/dp/B000HZFCT2


The wireless Xbox One controller for PC will be available this fall! However it does have some requirements: The Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows, which will allow an Xbox One controller to work on a Windows computer, will only support Windows 10. It is compatible with either USB 2.0 or 3.0 connection.


Have you successfully used this controller (and all its buttons) in another game? If so, we can determine the Windows settings are probably correct. If not, I would suggest you download and install the 'latest' drivers for the controller dongle at: https://www.microsoft.com/hardware/nl-nl/d/xbox-360-controller-for-windows After installation go to your ...


No, there is no way to adjust the sensitivity. I avidly use a sniper rifle (Patience & Time) in the crucible and elsewhere. At one point I extensively looked for a sensitivity differential setting when I first started playing. It isn't there. The advice I would offer is to simply start getting used to higher sensitivity. I have currently worked my ...


Its actually so easy. At the home screen go into options and then press controller. Then press enable. This worked for me.


Yes you can connect them. As long as the game supports four joystick devices you should be able to play with all four controllers. You can also connect a mix of wired and wireless. The wireless receiver simply acts like a USB hub for the controllers. As for your DS4Windows question, that would be a seperate issue.


It is possible, but depends on the game. Basically, if you can play multiplayer with just the TV, you can play multiplayer with just the gamepad screen. For example, Mario Kart 8 just clones the TV output to the gamepad, so you can have multiple people play just looking at the gamepad's screen. Hyrule Warriors doesn't have splitscreen option and each ...

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