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My only suggestion (if on steam) is that you remap the gamepad buttons to keyboard buttons.
I bought one of these before
felt a bit cheap and awkward so I wouldn't recommend but might be worth looking into.
For those asking about the controller: https://www.amazon.com/Tactical-Assault-Commander-KeyPad-Gamepad-Controller/dp/B01L8QL2N8
Me too but not this much ($474 at time of writing)
I've seen this before on Amazon, but it's for PS4. There may be something similar for Xbox
That exists - https://www.amazon.com/Tactical-Assault-Commander-KeyPad-Gamepad-Controller/dp/B01L8QL2N8
Someone tweeted it out but surely he can just opt for something like this?, though not sure on the button layout if ever
this is old news
Maybe if op had one of these to test with
>adding auto aim can mean there can be more complexity in other areas that would be too complicated if you had to manually aim as well
I respectfully disagree.
I submit to you: Tribes. You absolutely need pinpoint accuracy in all directions when you're flying 200MPH through the air, basically clay shooting all the while.
On top of that you needed all of the coordination necessary to organize vehicle attacks, defend/repair your base, lay mine traps, quickly use the Commander screen to give complex orders, etc.
The complexity in Tribes builds on manual aiming as its foundation -- it's just manually aiming with a mouse doesn't hinder you like a thumbstick does, so the concept of auto-aim doesn't even come into the equation.
Don't get me wrong, I feel gamepads excel in other genres: third-person perspective games, platformers, etc. Racing games are best with steering wheels and pedals. Flight/space sims best with HOTAS.
...but if I'm playing FPS, I want a mouse's accuracy and ability to aim all around me in a split second. I even go as far as to switch to my Hori Tactical Assault gamepad to get the best of both worlds if I'm playing PS4 FPS.
Nowadays I'm convinced VR touch controllers are best for FPS after playing mindblowing experiences like Pavlov VR or Onward.
Just using the best tool for the job is all.
Have you seen this?
I love mine when I use it.