The DiRT series on PC has always been plagued by this really annoying camera glitch that happens when you’re using a controller, it’s more common when you’re trying to use a Dualshock 3 (ps3) controller. All of a sudden, your camera will start to shake and shudder and eventually you’ll lose control and end up flipping your car down the road – or you’ll smash your controller, either or.
There is an extremely easy solution to this really annoying issue, and it only requires turning off a single setting, but chances are that it’s a setting that you really enjoy… Vibration & Feedback… But, there might be another solution, and I’m going to continue troubleshooting this issue and I’ll update this post if I find something better!
This issue might even be related to the drivers you’re running, or the program you’re using to get that PS3 controller to work in the first place. I haven’t looked into it too deeply yet, but I know for a fact that the following steps will work as a “quick fix”.
Like I said, it’s a super simple solution that I’ve broken down into 4 basic steps:
- Open “Options & Extras” screen
- Open “Controls”
- Open “Vibration & Feedback”
- Turn off “Vibration & Feedback”
And here are some images, just in case you’re lost in this process..
For now, this is the only fix for DiRT Rally’s camera glitch that I know of. Sacrificing vibration & feedback might seem like a huge loss, but what’s worse? Not having your hands vibrated, or having your camera glitch out every 30-seconds causing you to crash? Personally, I’ll drop vibration any day if it means remedying a problem this annoying!
Like I said, I’ll keep searching for a better fix to this solution, and hopefully I’ll be able to find something that doesn’t involve sacrificing features! If you have anything to input, feel free to do so in the comment section down below!