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[DEV][BUG] Steering sensitivity in Civilian Offroad becomes unstable at high speeds
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Given the new long roads of Altis, this bug now can be reproduced :)

The problem is that when moving at maximum speed (163-164 km/h), pressing the keys A/D sometimes produce a significant jerk on the steering wheel instead of slight adjustment. This may result in loss of control and player death.


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Steps To Reproduce

1.Place a playable civilian offroad at Sofia (Grid 257213)
2.Drive southwest on the "highway", using Shift+W for attaining maximum speed
3.Make small adjusments with A/D keys as you drive. Notice how after a long straight piece of road (after moving 300-500m without steering) the first adjustment becomes a "jerky" one.

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DarkWanderer edited Additional Information. (Show Details)
DarkWanderer set Category to Controls.
DarkWanderer set Reproducibility to Always.
DarkWanderer set Severity to None.
DarkWanderer set Resolution to Fixed.
DarkWanderer set Legacy ID to 1635004459.May 7 2016, 4:17 PM

Can anyone elder confirm the issue?

Using a joystick.
I am not sure if this is the same issue, but I found out that when the vehicle speed increases, the steering deadzone increases. When travelling at about 105km/h, the deadzone is a crazy 60%. I can imagine this causing a jerking steering with keyboard.
This seems to occur reguardless of the vehicle type.

Make a separate ticket for that issue and link it here.

I can confirm. This has also happened with the Ifrit, and it is probably present with other vehicles as well.

Deadzone should always respect ingame settings, sensitivity is to change.

ALSO: Brakes are insane in 0-50kmh range.

Fixed in release.