I was wondering if those who use joystick and throttle can lend me some help. I have a logitech X56 HOTAS and have finally after much trial and error have gotten it to work.
The issue I am personally having is the way the default thrust is working with my throttle. For example in Elite Dangerous my throttle works like I would expect, if I slide it all the way back that is a dead stop. If I push forward it is full engine throttle. In this game the throttle is idle in the middle which is hard to find for me cause my throttle has no mid detent, also when I push forward it goes in reverse engine thrust and when I pull all the way back it is full thrust forward. To me this is not good especially how the throttle IMO is reversed.
Is there a way to make the throttle perform like it does in elite where I can use the full range for going forward and set a reverse button and if not can someone assist me in getting it whee at least when I push all the way forward it is full throttle forward. I have tried setting in game settings FLIGHT - HOTAS thrust invert toggle to both settings yes and no and it has not effected how my throttle works at all is remains backwards to me.
Thanks anyone who can lend assistance.
I posted on discord already, but this is really important. Here are the direct links to my questions on Spectrum for the VET (Vehicle experience Team) at CIG.
Yes there are a plethora of questions. I hope I can get some support on these questions and some upvotes. I am tired of seeing lower tier game play loops constantly be asked but not the important ones that pertain to actual combat and flight.
Hellooo..! main question here : --->> what is the best hardware upgrade (price/performance) for me to run SC smoother <<---
I started playing SC recently and I thought my hardware wopuld be strong enough to run SC smooth on 1080P everywhere.
But in Loreville I get like 20 FPS or even less with much stuttering.
https://robertsspaceindustries.com/telemetry <--- says I shoud run 36,6 FPS on average but I got a feeling that's not correct. (I got GPU score 125, CPU score 100 btw)
Is my PC underperforming? Or should I simply upgrade.. and if so... what is the best upgrade for better SC performance.
My current hardware:
Mboard: ASRock B450M Pro4-F
Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 2600 Wraith Boxed (3,4g)
GPU: Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 Ti OC (6Gb)
Memory: G.Skill Aegis F4-3000C16D-16GISB (16gb)
Funny thing is that running SC on 3 monitors (1080p) doesnt even give that much FPS loss... weird.
Thanks for all your replies
A new citizen
Yo Yo whats up start citizen's have a question hope I can snag an answer.
I've wanted to run this game for quite awhile now just recently got slightly new Gaming notebook.
Intel i5-8300H 2.3Ghz
Nvidia Geforce 1050
My question is, is there anyone running this game with a set up pretty close to that that can give a straight shot answer I'd appreciate it.
STAFF Ulf-CIG@Skelting-CIG Welcome Hub & Guide System Feedback Thread
The Star Citizen universe is vast, and your first steps can be a bit overwhelming. One of our current goals is to soften the learning curve and help prepare new players for their life among the stars.
The first two of our initiatives working towards this, the Welcome Hub & the Guide System, just went live.
As this is only the beginning, we’ll be monitoring Guide interactions and relevant data closely, and are looking forward to further improve the experience alongside all of you.
Whether you’re a new starter or a veteran: check out the new system, lend each other a hand and let us know your thoughts in this thread. TRANSMISSION
NOVEMBER 22ND 2019
Welcome Hub & Guide System Lead The Way
The Star Citizen universe is vast, presenting players with the opportunity to be whoever they want to be, but getting started can be a bit overwhelming. One of our current goals is to soften that learning curve, and help prepare new players for their life among the stars. We’ve got a lot of exciting initiatives in the works, the first two of which we’re happy to introduce you to now: the Welcome Hub and Guide System.
The Welcome Hub presents a variety of ways to help you get off on the right foot navigating the 'verse.
Play: If you prefer a hands-on approach, our Guides System is the way to go. Jump into the verse with an expert Guide who will be with you every step of the way, helping you learn the ins and outs of Star Citizen, or sharpen a particular skill. Watch: Go at your own pace, and allow our video tutorials to guide you through your first steps into the ‘verse. Read: Learn anywhere, anytime with our comprehensive knowledge-base. Start with the basics, then explore over 1000+ articles covering everything you need to know about Star Citizen.
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Star Citizen veterans are out there, taking matters into their own hands, acting as informal guides for an ever-growing number of new players. Inspired by these altruistic deeds, evidenced by countless Spectrum recountings, as well as our own experiences out in the ‘verse, we developed this system to make helping new players an easier and more rewarding process for all of you who take the time to provide a truly hands on learning experience.
New players can pick from the following categories and decide what they want to learn:
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Excited about what you see? Well, this is only our first iteration, and we’ve got big plans for the future. Check out some of the content still in the works: In-game Guide System integration In-Game Guide identifiers (patches, armor, and more) A robust Guide rewards & incentives program And more!
With the deploy of this new system, we’ll be monitoring Guide interactions and relevant data closely, which will help inform further improvements to the tools. While additional incentives and rewards are still under development, we’re going to tally up all Guide interactions between now and January 1st, 2020, and will award the top Guide in each proficiency category with a special prize, to be announced soon. It should be noted that we have the ability to monitor and verify all Guide interactions, and will disqualify any players attempting to game the system. This is only the beginning, and we’re looking forward to building this out further alongside all of you. Let us know your thoughts – we’re looking forward to hearing your feedback on Spectrum. Lastly, we want to take the time to thank all of the Guides out there who take the time to help others. Community is the foundation of everything we’re building, and you’re at the core of that. END TRANSMISSION