Gamers say Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 should support C-type controls
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is an impressive game that builds upon the popular Dragon Ball Xenoverse title. This new game version brings enhanced graphics that take the gaming experience to the next level. However, there’s still room for more improvements.
Many Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 fans request the game developers to add support for C-type controls. Dragon Ball Xenoverse supported type-C controllers, and players are quite disappointed that this feature is no longer available.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 C-type control support
Seriously…Anyone who uses Control Type-C is still screwed. And it’s still NOT fixed at all, I’d figured Patch 1.03 will fix it…Nope. But, Because of this i have not touched the game since it was released […] as it’s Hard to play with Default controls for me.
For those who don’t know, i use a xbox one controller and I’d even tried the keyboard, but i’m not that fast/good when using it(It is at least better then the controller atm for me). […] But, since for some odd REASON, PC was the ONLY version to take out Controller Types.[…]
NO, i will NOT play Default controls(it makes no sense).
IF you have not played RB1 & Tenkachi games, then default should be fine for YOU.
There are many Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 fans who refuse to start the game because C-type controls have been removed. The most annoying thing for gamers is that Namco hasn’t acknowledged this problem yet, despite their complaints.
Many gamers really don’t understand why Namco removed the type B and C presets, and also why it did that on PC only. Type-C controls on XV2 on consoles use the A button for boost/step, and both left + right triggers to display ultimate attacks.
In the current PC keybinding version, it’s impossible to do this. Displaying ultimate attacks is tied to the boost/step button, that is, to have the boost/step button as the A button, like on the Type C preset. This makes the ultimate attacks require the right trigger and the A button, instead of both left and right triggers.
As stated before, Namco has yet to issue any comment on this situation.
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