I am trying to set up my USB joystick to work with my Far cry 3 on my PC. But its not detected. One of my friend suggested that i should use x360ce to emulate the xbox controller to work in my PC.

I have followed every instruction specified in the site. The x360ce.exe does recognize my joystick. But the game doesnt.

I changed xinput.dll from 1_1 to 4_1. But nothing seems to work in far cry.

Has anyone successfully emulated the gamepad for far cry 3 in PC.? any help much appreciated

  • Could you add the name of the joystick you are using or perhaps a link to the product page for it? Knowing more about the stick might help us answer the question. – user973 Sep 5 '13 at 18:22
  • Sure @MadMAxJr, its Logitech Gamepad F310. you can find the details here gaming.logitech.com/en-in/product/f310-gamepad – RameshVel Sep 5 '13 at 19:09

I have tried all possibilities with x360ce. Nothing seems to work. Finally i mapped keyboard keys to pad using joy2key. Now everything works fine

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  • The gamepad you listed should natively support this. The only thing I can think of is checking the switch on the bottom side of the gamepad to make sure it's set for Xbox 360 emulation. Sounds like you found a viable solution though! – user973 Sep 12 '13 at 19:55

Motioninjoy is a tool that lets you use a PS3 controller on a PC, but it can also be used for other controllers like the Dualshock 3, Sixaxis and your xbox controller.

This is a guide on Gamefront with instruction on how to use it.

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