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"Wiggle" on ps4

I'd love if the "wiggle" was changed to a button press rather than a joystick side-to-side. If your side-to-side motion is slightly off-horizontal it doesn't register. Damages the controller too :)

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  • Jack11803Jack11803 Member Posts: 3,930
    edited June 2018

    Wiggling is baby easy on console. It has a threshold, don't tornado the freakin joystick, just turn it at grandma speed.

  • MantaManta Member Posts: 117


    Jack11803 said:

    Wiggling is baby easy on console. It has a threshold, don't tornado the freakin joystick, just turn it at grandma speed.

    But alternate buttons like PC would be better. L1/R1 for example
  • Jack11803Jack11803 Member Posts: 3,930

    Well, in that case the threshold would be harder to meet. For the joystick just needs to be MOVED for it to register.

  • MantaManta Member Posts: 117
    Jack11803 said:

    Well, in that case the threshold would be harder to meet. For the joystick just needs to be MOVED for it to register.

    Interesting, it might even different for different people then because it's very specific for me and the bar disappears if the movement is slightly off-horizontal. Interesting 😀
  • Jack11803Jack11803 Member Posts: 3,930

    Dont focus on speed AT ALL. Focus on moving the joystick as far from center as possible, then learn to do that casually. Your controller will never break after that. Cheers.

  • Dwight_ConfusionDwight_Confusion Member Posts: 1,641

    I think the wiggle on the left stick is just fine. I love the PS4 controls overall. They are well done.

  • p1aguep1ague Member Posts: 97

    If that's true at all and not just utter BS speculation, then maybe a better in game indication of what is /isn't working would be the thing that's missing. Sure seems to me like my progression does not proceed quickly enough at all if I move the stick anything less than dozens of times per second

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