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User Info: TheY2AProblem

TheY2AProblem
2 years ago#1
I set the right stick to turn the view horizontally, but I can’t set it vertically. Is there a way to set the right stick vertically? I am tired of lifting and lowering my head. Yes, I realize that defeats the purpose of having VR.
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User Info: yipeeyahoo

yipeeyahoo
2 years ago#2
You can try adjusting your height option. I had this problem as well until i adjusted it.
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TheY2AProblem
2 years ago#3
Didn’t work.
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User Info: ImmortalDragonX

ImmortalDragonX
2 years ago#4
I'm pretty sure that OP is asking for a setting for right analogue "look up, down, left, right" setting, a la traditional FPS setting, so he can slap on a neck brace and never move his head at all. Of which A: does indeed defeat the purpose of a VR game, and B: does not exist in this game.
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User Info: TheY2AProblem

TheY2AProblem
2 years ago#5
ImmortalDragonX posted...
I'm pretty sure that OP is asking for a setting for right analogue "look up, down, left, right" setting, a la traditional FPS setting, so he can slap on a neck brace and never move his head at all. Of which A: does indeed defeat the purpose of a VR game, and B: does not exist in this game.


I figured as much. I did turn the tunnel vision on as high as possible and that helps immensely.
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User Info: M1ZZY

M1ZZY
1 year ago#6
ImmortalDragonX posted...
I'm pretty sure that OP is asking for a setting for right analogue "look up, down, left, right" setting, a la traditional FPS setting, so he can slap on a neck brace and never move his head at all. Of which A: does indeed defeat the purpose of a VR game, and B: does not exist in this game.
Yo, how is it with just the regular controller? That's what I want to know. Does it move real smooth like (a game with no VR headset) or is it broken in pieces? I heard they have that option for people who get motion sickness though.
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User Info: Zalitogf

Zalitogf
1 year ago#7
M1ZZY posted...
ImmortalDragonX posted...
I'm pretty sure that OP is asking for a setting for right analogue "look up, down, left, right" setting, a la traditional FPS setting, so he can slap on a neck brace and never move his head at all. Of which A: does indeed defeat the purpose of a VR game, and B: does not exist in this game.
Yo, how is it with just the regular controller? That's what I want to know. Does it move real smooth like (a game with no VR headset) or is it broken in pieces? I heard they have that option for people who get motion sickness though.

I prefer the regular controller over aim or moves

You aim with your head, and weapon accuracy is working WAY Better than with aim or moves

Besides that, aim drifts a lot and I hate moving the character with the move (I don't mind in no man sky)
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