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yankee00

Returning after many years

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yankee00

I have decided to try this game again now that my daughter is 11.  It has been about 10 years since I last played.  Unfortunately, my old Sidewinder2 joystick has bitten the dust and am looking for suggestions on a replacement.  I typically fight Army, and do not want to spend a buttload of money.  Any thoughts?

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blipoop

I've been using a logitech extreme 3D Pro for about 10 years I'd say. It has served me very well but I had to take it apart for a little cleaning as the tracking was gone AWOL - it's working perfectly again now though. I'm looking at the Thrustmaster T.16000M i think it's called, just a change really.

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B2K

Welcome back -  if you' re not flying you could always setup your key bindings for mouse/keyboard turret.  Takes a bit to get used to, but i've grown to like it...

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yankee00

I thought I remembered being able to move my infantry and sappers via keyboard, but the keymapper has definitely changed since I last played.

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sorella
1 hour ago, yankee00 said:

I thought I remembered being able to move my infantry and sappers via keyboard, but the keymapper has definitely changed since I last played.

welcome back. try the keymapper (hotkey p when spawned in) and rebind however you want including (I think) mouse clicks and joysticks. S! 

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Kilemall

I'd say it depends on how serious you are about the joystick or no.

I'm casual flight- more serious gunner/tanker, so I use the Thrustmaster cheaper HOTAS.  My version is old, looks like they have one now for Windows/PS4 and another for Windows/Xbox-

https://www.amazon.com/Thrustmaster-T-Flight-Hotas-4-playstation/dp/B07DLKVKD5/ref=sr_1_23?dchild=1&keywords=thrustmaster+hotas&qid=1590516244&s=electronics&sr=1-23

It's a little squirrely now after some abuse in the rudder twist but I'm keymapping to compensate.  I'd hit the hangar for higher end gear advice.

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