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|NFS: Shift 2 - G25/G27 Settings|
|Written by Maxi|
|Monday, 04 April 2011 11:50|
Another Need For Speed game and another broken set of controls for us with enthusiast wheels but yet again I've managed to find some pretty sweet settings for the Logitech wheels (G25, G27). These involve slightly modding some of your Shift 2 files for the best results but even without modding the game you can get a much better feeling by tweaking the Logitech Profiler and cancelling out Need for Speed: Shift 2's terrible controller options. The biggest problem I had was the game over writing my Logitech settings which was pretty annoying due to me playing at a very low rotation so each time I started a race I would end up with an uncontrollable wheel swaying back and forth or a wheel that needed 2 roations to go round a bend (which I'm not used to). So I hit up these settings and it now feels a 100x better if not more:
In Windows and/or Logitech Profiler:
Combined axis: OFF
Degrees of rotation: 540 (Adjust to your liking)
Enable Force Feedback: ON
Overall Effects Strength: 100%
Spring effect strength: 50% <--it's not canned effect, this multiplier applies to Spring effect created by the game you can see it in dll log file.
Damper Effect Strength: 30% <--it's not canned effect, this multiplier applies to Damper effect created by the game you can see it in dll log file.
Enable Centering Spring: OFF
Allow game to adjust settings: OFF
In game, G25 Profile separate pedals:
Steering deadzone: 0
Steering sensitivity: 50
Speed sensitivity: 0
Steering lock: 540 (Adjust to your liking)
- Copy the two .bff files to the Pakfiles folder in your Shift install. Backup your original files.
- Copy the dll in your Shift install (where shift2u.exe is).
My force feedback is dead at the start of a race, how do I fix it?
If you are having issues where the force feedback isn't kicking in during a race just hit "Esc" then "Esc" again to re-enter the game with force feedback.
|Last Updated on Monday, 04 April 2011 15:19|