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I like putting a controller near me so I know when the controller is vibrating during cutscenes - as developers usually put in custom vibrations to match what's going on in the cutscene.
However, Destiny 2 does not do this. As soon as I use keyboard/mouse, the controller falls silent. Is there any way to enable this?

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    I believe they're mutually exclusive. Using the controller swaps the control set to controller and vice versa, like most games. – David Yell Jan 10 at 11:11
  • nope, a LOT of games(for eg metal gear solid 5,overwatch) let you use both input methods at the same time – kkarakk Jan 10 at 13:08
  • Perhaps it's not setup for Fallen players who have four arms? – David Yell Jan 10 at 14:22
  • @DavidYell nice joke but using controllers and mice at the same time is a well known use case, for eg navigating menus in destiny is way faster on kb/m but controller feels better coz of force feedback. also there is the case of people who have less than five fingers on their hands using the controller + kb/m for stuff – kkarakk Jan 11 at 9:14
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    Vibrations definitely work if you switch between the two schemes. I theorize that an input on the controller right before or during the cutscene will switch the input mode to "controller" which will enable the vibrations. – Chase Sandmann Jan 15 at 19:49
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This is not possible. I tried it out the other night, and as I suspected using either control set will swap the controls over exclusively to that set.

  • yeah it's pretty much a dev only fix – kkarakk Jan 14 at 8:48

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