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Jun 07

Video Games Tips How To Control Nfs Shift

Electronic Arts has officially released the racing game Need For Speed (NFS) Shift. NFS is a racing games that quite success in the market. This is evident from the high number of sales reached 100 million copies. Despite trying to bring a different atmosphere of the game, but this game still leaves a gap, especially in control system.

Although the graphics presented are great, but the worst obstacles to play this game is the control system owned. Racing route to go through carefully looked like something that is not possible.

To get around this, I try giving control system configuration obtained at the Xbox 360 video games forums. Although created for the console, the configuration can also be used on the PC Games version of NFS Shift.

Players only need to set through the Adjust Control menu provided, and then enter the following values in each of the available options:

Steering Dead Zone 15%
Accel Dead Zone 10%
Brake Dead Zone 10%
Steering sensitivity 5%
5% Acell Sensitivity
Brake sensitivity 5%
Speed steering Sensitivity 100%

then the player must perform tuning found in the car garage. The way, come into the Car Garage menus, then Tuning and press the ‘number 1’ button to enter the Quick Tuning.

Balance on existing option on the menu is quick tuning slide the slider until the end of the line Oversteer. This is where the awkwardness began to happen, there seems to be an error between the writing of the understeer and oversteer.

At the Balance option existing on the quick tuning menu, slide the slider until the Oversteer line. Here is where the awkwardness began to happen, there seems to be an error between the writing of the understeer and oversteer.

I’ve tried the configuration on the PC version of NFS Shift and the results are quite helpful to better control of this game. It’s just note that this configuration is only valid if the player uses Gamepad. Different things would apply if the player uses Steering Wheels or keyboard.

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