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Wolverine V2 Pro Intrinsic Deadzone

  • 16 December 2022
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Come on Razer. We have to go through this again? Still? I didn’t return the V2 Chroma and was pleasantly surprised when you guys actually put out a firmware/software update to adjust/remove the baked-in deadzone. I switched back to an Elite Series 2 while I waited for a the better part of a year but it was eventually resolved. I figured since it was such a big point of contention for users (big enough that you actually fixed it) that surely this would be a thing of the past going forward. And yet, here we are…on a $250 controller. I know the price is steep but I really do prefer your controller designs. I like the extra shoulder buttons, I appreciate the center placement of the back paddles, and the new triggers are wonderful. It’s a shame that we find ourselves back where we started with a ridiculous built-in deadzone that was probably put back in just to avoid having to further update the phone app. You’re marketing this as a pro controller, charging a premium, and expect the people willing to buy it to be okay with this? It was clearly enough of a problem with the V2 Chroma to warrant a fix. How you all thought this wouldn’t be an issue again is beyond me.

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I was gonna buy It until I seen how limited the app was this is crazy I love the V2 chroma after they fixed it I'm so excited for the clicky triggers my favorite controller was still the wildcat if I could buy one of those again I'd be golden my old one just got stuck drift recently now unusable
Здравствуйте, а что делать если коробку от наушников выкинул, а сейчас нужен код активации, так как винду переустановил?
LOL the new Pro has the intrinsic deadzone too?

NEVER buying Razer products again. EVER.
upFollyfresh652
LOL the new Pro has the intrinsic deadzone too?

NEVER buying Razer products again. EVER.

Okay well I did end up buying it and you can't change the deadzone as of now but I'm pretty sure they are not restricted but on the steam app it automatically put your controller to a 15% deadzone and after I put it to zero it's WAY better
TacMoose13
Come on Razer. We have to go through this again? Still? I didn’t return the V2 Chroma and was pleasantly surprised when you guys actually put out a firmware/software update to adjust/remove the baked-in deadzone. I switched back to an Elite Series 2 while I waited for a the better part of a year but it was eventually resolved. I figured since it was such a big point of contention for users (big enough that you actually fixed it) that surely this would be a thing of the past going forward. And yet, here we are…on a $250 controller. I know the price is steep but I really do prefer your controller designs. I like the extra shoulder buttons, I appreciate the center placement of the back paddles, and the new triggers are wonderful. It’s a shame that we find ourselves back where we started with a ridiculous built-in deadzone that was probably put back in just to avoid having to further update the phone app. You’re marketing this as a pro controller, charging a premium, and expect the people willing to buy it to be okay with this? It was clearly enough of a problem with the V2 Chroma to warrant a fix. How you all thought this wouldn’t be an issue again is beyond me.
I'm returning my controller now. I don't have the patience to wait for them to add deadzones to make the controller useful. It's like they make this sh*t and don't use it or have actual players use it to play games. What pro player would but this crap and use it in a tournament with deadzones this big. Then have the nerve to say pro controller.
Magentaheadlife669
I'm returning my controller now. I don't have the patience to wait for them to add deadzones to make the controller useful. It's like they make this sh*t and don't use it or have actual players use it to play games. What pro player would but this crap and use it in a tournament with deadzones this big. Then have the nerve to say pro controller.


Well "pro"players would more than likely play on PC and you can actually take the deadzone away with the steam app not that that is acceptable for this price point but just throwing that out there all flaws and updatable things a side this is a solid controller
88KurtASTROphe
Well "pro"players would more than likely play on PC and you can actually take the deadzone away with the steam app


Steam Input can't remove the intrinsic deadzone on the V2 "Basic". That's why it's intrinsic. Only Razer app could allow the user to change it, and Razer never issued the patch for the V2 "Basic". Everyone who bought the V2 "Basic" essentially lost their money.

Dead zone is so bad I wish I hadn't taken it I want to return it

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