• Moderator [Derek]
    149
    Destiny 2 sample profile for Xbox One.

    Destiny 2 has an improved look mechanic vs D1, but has a couple big issues. The max turn speed is low and becomes extremely low when sprinting, so turning on the run can be a problem. There is very strong auto aim built-in that cannot be turned off, so it makes leading targets difficult in some cases.

    The look mechanic is much better than D1 when playing inside the field of view, but turning for rear or side targets is slow. To compensate, the attached profile has a mouse curve shown in the image below, that helps turn at higher speed when moving the mouse quickly to initiate a turn. If you wish to remove the additional turn speed compensation, click on the curve setting in the profile and select "Reset" from the options to set the curve back to the default setting.

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    This profile is set up for the following in-game settings:
    Button Layout: Green Thumb
    Look Sensitivity: 10
    Attachment
    XB1 Destiny 2 curve.profile (133K)
  • TonyDSanti
    1
    I'm so excited to use this, thanks for putting it out as soon as you could! :D

    Edit: I do see what you mean when it comes to that turn speed, it can be pretty slow. Is there really no way to remedy that?

    Also the macro for the super doesn't work so I changed my button layout to Jumper so the super ability is mapped to the Xbox's A button is for the super, thus removing the need for the macro. The macro not working could be something on my end but if so, i have no idea how to fix it.
  • Moderator [Derek]
    149

    The macro for super works with the Green Thumb layout as I have been using it during testing. Make sure you press F11 to turn on the macro mode.
  • Moderator [Derek]
    149

    Yes, the turn speed can be improved, but you have to make sure not to exceed the game's turn speed limit or you will move even slower. D2's aiming speed is pretty good until you have to turn, so mouse curves are a useful way to increase turn speed when you need a little bump to get that 180 without moving the mouse 2 feet. If you are a high dpi gamer (like to move the mouse small amounts) then experiment with increasing the curve dots that are more than half way up the curve. You can change anything in simulation mode and click OK when you get to something that feels good. After testing, just remember to save and upload your profile. Also, save the profile to your PC so in the even you have an issue with the software, it will be saved and easily reloaded.
  • TonyDSanti
    1
    I had no idea there was a button to activate macros! Thanks for the advice
  • JFKiller 17
    0
    I just got my Keymander this week and am toying with the settings in this profile to get to my liking. I was curious about setting up a specific macro though. Is there a way to set a single key press to draw power weapon? I messed with macros a little and could only get them to activate the 'Y' button more than once rather than hold the 'Y' button for say 0.5 seconds to draw my power weapon. Not a huge deal if I can't get one to work, but figured it was worth a shot to at least ask. Thanks!
  • Moderator [Marco]
    69

    At the moment this is not possible, but I believe this something we are working on adding to the software!
  • JFKiller 17
    0
    Thanks for the response! I'm trying a couple things with macros on my G502 and will post back if I have any luck.
  • Eoin
    0
    So with this can you change the Xbox controls to the PC ones? As in can I use the same sensitivity and the controls? (Melee - C, grenade - Q, super - F, Character menu - I, V - class ability, etc...)
  • Moderator [Marco]
    69

    Yes you can make your own adjustments to the keybinds in the keymander software.
  • Eoin
    0
    Nice one, thanks for the quick response, mate. :)
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