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Razer Raiju Ultimate difference in stick travel responsiveness when wired

Discussion in 'Razer Support' started by GODzillaGSPB, Nov 6, 2018.

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  1. GODzillaGSPB

    GODzillaGSPB Member

    Finally gotten around to test the v1.02 beta firmware and...well it didn't really do anything for me. Since I never got the lag issue in the first place there is no change there (thank god, felt a bit worried installing beta firmware). And maybe I have misunderstood the whole "drifting" issue because I might have realised I never had that neither. There is no automatic drifting, but...

    What I do experience is best described in the thread dealing with issue noticed in Destiny 2 but I have it in all the games I tested so far (for instance Spider-Man and RDR2). The right analog stick is much more responsive to the right than it is to the left, when wired. It even turns to the right when I hardly rest my thumb on the stick, but trying to turn the camera to the left means I have to move it a good bit in comparison.

    So for now I continue to use the Raiju Ultimate in BT mode, which seems obvious anyway since I have no issues that way.

    It's still strange that wired gives us that much trouble. I fee like there should be the possibility to calibrate the controller (maybe in the app) as this might help with the difference in stick-travel-response.
     
  2. Kitsune04

    Kitsune04 New Member

    I can also contribute some feedback to this issue also as I have tested the Beta Firmware from quite a few sessions.

    While I was using the PS4 Bluetooth setting, I actually had no issues with the beta firmware at all. The bluetooth lag is significantly improved and I have encountered no stick drifting, which is fantastic.

    But, when I switch to wired mode, the difference is night and day. There is a lot of stick drift on both sticks at the moment, more so on the left stick. So there definitely needs to be some development on that part.
     
  3. GODzillaGSPB

    GODzillaGSPB Member

    So as to not make a mistake again: What is considered "drifting"? I thought the difference in responsiveness is not it. There is no "automatic drifting" when I'm not operating the sticks. There is just this over-sensitivity to the right...is that considered "drifting"?
     
  4. 7nightwing7

    7nightwing7 Active Member

    For me it has improved. Playing wireless is a lot better now. Same goes for the input lag. Just the left stick drift is still there. Ive noticed this while playing the game called the forest. While standing still, sometimes my character moves slowly to the right. So that's still an issue. Besides that, the beta firmware is a big step in the right direction. Hopefully the final patch fixes this. Then the controller would be perfect.
     
  5. GODzillaGSPB

    GODzillaGSPB Member

    Well this confirmes it, I don't have the stick drifting issue, it's another thing. Don't wanna be rude and I appreciate your input, but the whole purpose of the seperate thread was to distinguish between the stick drift issue and the difference in responsiveness while wired or using BT. ;)
     
  6. 7nightwing7

    7nightwing7 Active Member

    That's ok. Just wanted to share my experience with the beta firmware
     
  7. Razer.RedPanda

    Razer.RedPanda Guardian of the Forest Staff Member

    Hi there! I just saw this thread that you started. I've sent you a PM so please check it out.
     
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