As of the first public Dev build that introduced Tanoa when you are on foot and you zoom your view in your maximum viewing angle becomes more and more restricted and your head movement speed gets slower and slower the more you zoom in. This bug is still present in 1.63.136688 along with another issue that poped up with this build. Your head look range is now permanently restricted and you can no longer look over your shoulder with TrackIR.
- Operating System
- Windows 10 x64
When on foot hold RMB to focus your view in and attempt to look around with TrackIR,notice that your look speed decreases dramatically and your max look angle is restricted.
Attempt to look over your shoulder with TrackIR and notice that you can only look around 90 degrees to either side.
These bugs are only present when on foot and not present in vehicles. These bugs also seem to be specific to TrackIR and do not affect mouse freelook.
I have issues with TrackIR as well.
I don't use trackIr zoom, but when i look to the sides and zoom in with right mouse button, the view is forced forward. Only happens when on foot. Vehicles are fine.
I have exactly the same issues with reduced sensitivity when zooming in and can only turn my head 90 degrees. This happens on foot and not in vehicles. Also, when I look to the side and then zoom in, it zooms to the front and not where I was looking
The Apex branch doesn't get the Dev-branch updates as far as l know so it might be worth to switch to the Dev-branch. You still get access to all of the APEX stuff but you can't join any servers running the APEX branch (Which sucks since they all are)