Rumble Difference between D1 Controller and Normal Controller

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User Info: Sega_Blackbelt

Sega_Blackbelt
3 years ago#1
Just wanted to ask people on here with both a Day One Edition controller and a standard second controller if they've noticed a difference in the haptic feedback from the triggers?

I bought a second controller yesterday (standard one) and the rumble feels less precise ,inside the triggers when you brake and accelerate in Forza V, compared to the Day One Controller. The L trigger seems a bit stiffer on the standard controller as well.

Anyone else encountered build differences with controllers?

User Info: XxJR08xX

XxJR08xX
3 years ago#2
I haven't really used my second controller other than checking that it turns on. But I did notice the bumpers on my day one controller are quieter, on my other controller the bumpers make a louder click sound.
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