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Editado por keener31: 2/22/2021 4:55:44 AM
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PS5 Destiny 2 has analog stick look smoothing / aim acceleration

The PS5 version of Destiny 2 suffers from an input issue that the PS4 version (on a PS4) does not. On the PS5 console, Destiny 2 has aim acceleration. It works more or less like mouse acceleration does on a PC. Small, subtle movements are slower than they should be, causing weapons to feel like they are heavier than normal. However, when making larger adjustments with the stick, the aim will end up moving faster than intended, with the reticle often overshooting the intended stopping point. This is not a look sensitivity issue. It happens regardless of sensitivity and it is a clear, night and day difference between the PS4 and PS5 even with all of the same settings. This does not happen on the PS4 console. I have played D2 since launch on PS4, and recently started playing the PS5 version on a PS5. It is a night and day difference and it honestly ruins the PS5 version of the game. It makes precision aiming very difficult, and fast/twitch action (like in crucible) is infuriating. Personally, I believe this is happening at a system level on the PS5 itself, and is not necessarily a D2 issue. But I wanted to bring it up in the case that Bungie is not aware of it, or in the off-chance it is a D2 issue. I have already contacted Playstation support and the best they could do was make a note for a supervisor about my complaint/request that an option to turn it off be put in the system settings. (I have also gone through their troubleshooting to no avail). In bringing it up here, I wanted to see if others had the same problem, and if it would be possible to get this feedback to the technical team at Bungie. Either to get their feedback, or to ask them to also reach out to Playstation about a fix, since it is ruining the gameplay experience of their game. ------- update: after testing both PS5 and PS4 consoles, the PS4 version of the game on PS5, and using a DS4 on the PS5 with the PS4 version of the game, as well as testing different screens, it appears that the lions share of the issue was input latency with the HDR mode on my primary display. using a non-HDR mode on the display helped reduce input latency which helped the issue. there still appears to be a deadzone difference between the consoles, and what feels like minor stick acceleration. however, the whole situation is far more manageable now that input latency is under control.

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  • Editado por keener31: 5/7/2021 9:08:26 PM
    just now seeing your replies, sorry for the delay in response. to give a bit more detail on what helped for me: when using the PS5 i play on a somewhat new sony tv. the biggest part of the issue seemed to be when using the HDR mode, and it would seem that the input latency on that mode was just way too high. i dont play destiny on the PS5/that tv a lot, so its hard for me to say with confidence that the input latency is 100% the only thing that was causing issues, but switching modes on the tv made it far more playable. enough that i found it to be an acceptable fix. so what i had to do was swap the picture mode for the tv when using the PS5. the terminology will be different for every tv, but you want to look for things like; picture mode, screen mode, scene select, etc. -- if you can help it, youll want to use a picture mode that is named something like "graphics" or "PC". usually there is a "game" mode, but that can sometimes have unintended effects as well. you basically want the least amount of processing of the signal. youll also want to make sure any other picture processing features are turned off, as each of these features can add to the latency. so things like "motion smoothing" or scene sharpening or anything like that. a lot of times the "PC" or "graphics" modes on tvs disable these features automatically, but not always. youll also want to be sure that the tv does NOT automatically select the picture mode for you. if there are auto features enabled, the tv may switch back to the wrong picture mode when you change inputs without you realizing. another thing to have a look at is which HDMI port your console is plugged into. believe it or not, some of the ports on the tv may not support certain features. so sometimes using a different port can mean that all of a sudden that feature that was greyed out may become available, etc. you can also straight up disable HDR from the PS5 itself. this, technically, should not matter because the latency is likely introduced by the TV's HDR mode, and not the PS5 in any way. but if your PS5 isnt putting out and HDR signal then your tv might be less likely to try and process it as HDR. the easiest way to test if it is your tv causing the issue (which, for the two of you that replied, it probably is), is to take the ps5 and hook it up to a known-good display. the safest would be a computer monitor since they tend not to have features that cause input delay. play for a few mins on a monitor that youre reasonably sure doesnt have input delay and that should give you a good idea. same is true of an old tv that youve played on in the past and are sure it was fine. just be sure not to have HDR on, in case that is causing the display to act abnormally. you can do the same thing with your controller to test if that is the issue. while expensive, you can get a second controller to confirm whether or not the controller is misbehaving. you could also, theoretically, return it afterward if needed. conversely, you could also download the PS4 version of destiny onto your PS5 and connect a dual shock 4 to the PS5 to play it with. if everything feels the same as playing the PS5 version with the dual sense, then its likely the display and not the controller. good luck, i hope you can get it figured out. be sure to really dig around in the tv picture settings and try everything.

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  • And here I thought I was playing to much Apex Legends or just on how plain frustrating its been playing PvP since getting a ps5 lol. but i'm having the exact issues also including lag. When it comes to the HDR mode on you display how did u reduce?I have Samsung TV that i've been using for 8 years, will getting a gaming monitor help or can mess around with setting on my current TV?

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  • First of all dude, thanks for your post. This is kind of a late reply, but i just recently got my PS5. I have the exact same problem, even with HDR disabled. It happens in both Crucible and PVE. The aim just does not feel right. I'm overshooting targets randomly just like you said. It indeed feels like an acceleration issue. I thought it might be an controller issue or even a thumbstick issue until i found your post. I hope they can do something about this. I played D2 on PC with this exact same controller and i feel like that issue does not happen there. I could test some more in the coming days.

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