The 3dRudder provides the most immersive, engaging, and natural way to fly a plane in War Thunder. Because of the innovative 4 axis of movement,the experience is not only mechanically deep, but also incredibly comfortable for any player out there. The signature aerial maneuvers that have made War Thunder such a beloved game by fans, are now even more breathtaking when the 3dRudder comes into play.
'controllermappings' 'version' '2' 'title' 'War Thunder: Gamepad with Mouse for Camera / Aim' 'description' 'In this preset a controller works as a gamepad except that the right trackpad is a high precision mouse used typically for target aiming and camera control. Main Control Axes. This is the really important stuff. My options basically make your PS4 controller a Model Airplane controller. Throttle Axis: Left Stick: Up-Down. Hold Throttle for WEP: Yes. Roll Axis: Right Stick: Left-Right. Pitch Axis: Right Stick: Up-Down. Yaw Axis: Left Stick: Left-Right. Roll, pitch, and yaw sensitivity ALL need to be at 0%.
When playing War Thunder with the 3dRudder, the handling of each plane is totally smooth and feels weightless, in total contrast to using traditional devices.
There are multiple ways to experience War Thunder with 3dRudder.
For example, in Sim Mode, it is possible to use the 3dRudder to control the camera.
That allows players to free their left hand and allocate it to the keyboard, for commands pertaining to elements such as the engine, map, and air brake.
At the same time, because of the customizable nature of the 3dRudder, every single setup is possible for infinite ways to play.
When I started on War Thunder PS4, I did not like the controls at all. It was confusing and made it very difficult to pilot the aircraft. If you have this problem, then this should help you out.
Note: The only controls I use are Realistic Controls. Even in Arcade Battles. People who use Mouse Aim and Simplified Controls aren't actually flying the aircraft because of the Virtual Instructor. Having the VI turned on prevents stalls. This may help some people, but I personally feel that it limits what I can do with my aircraft. Now, enter the controls menu, select Realistic Controls at the top of the screen, and let's get to it.
Mouse Usage: View
Virtual Instructor: No
Toggle Controls: Not Assigned
These are all your personal preference. PM me if you want to know my settings.
Main Control Axes
This is the really important stuff. My options basically make your PS4 controller a Model Airplane controller.
Throttle Axis: Left Stick: Up-Down
Hold Throttle for WEP: Yes
War Thunder Xbox One Controller
Roll Axis: Right Stick: Left-Right
Pitch Axis: Right Stick: Up-Down
Yaw Axis: Left Stick: Left-Right
Roll, pitch, and yaw sensitivity ALL need to be at 0%. Anything more and the controls are too twitchy.
Invert Y-axis: Yes.
Note: For the pitch, yaw, and roll axis, the multiplier must be no less than 1. Any less and you are limiting the abilities of your aircraft. Nonlinearity for these controls should be no less than 2.0. When it comes to throttle, you want a multiplier of 0.5 with relative control activated.
Toggle Flaps: Not Assigned
Flaps Down: Right button
Flaps Up: Left button
Toggle Airbrake: Up button + Square
Toggle Gear: Up button
War Thunder With Controller
Make sure the Y-axis isn't inverted and your view sensitivity is 0%.
Naagin 5 surbhi chandna. Toggle View: Triangle button
View in Battle-Air(X-axis): R3 button + Left Stick: Left-Right
View in Battle-Air(X-axis): R3 button + Left Stick: Up-Down
How To Play War Thunder With Controller
Note: If you want more details or if you need help changing certain options, PM me. I don't have MEC set up since I don't play simulator. If you want tips on certain aspects of flying, PM me. I'll tell you how to do it. If you want to talk to me on a chat party on the PlayStation, my gamer-tag is SgtSnootful. I hope this helps you. Have a nice day.