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Topic: Has the pro controller D-pad been fixed?

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salim8

Topic, want to buy it but if it still has problems don't think I would spend £55 on a faulty controller..

salim8

ValhallaOutcast

what do you mean by fixed? my D-Pad has zero issues and I have had it since last summer

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Kova

Same.

Kova

leerafuse

I have 2 and both have been top notch.

leerafuse

Nookingtons

He means the issue where you sometimes hit up/ down if you press left/right.

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Kimyonaakuma

I don't think most people have a problem with their pro controllers, but some people online seem to believe that the Xenoblade Chronicles 2 controller has a better D Pad.
Might be worth researching

I usually write WAAAAY TOO MUCH!
...so I'll apologise now in advance.

salim8

@Nookingtons yeah this, I've been checking online and a lot of people have complained that it's sensitive to up/down when using left or right.. And there hasn't been any big news saying that is has been properly fixed so yeh

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ValhallaOutcast

I bought mine last August

not sensitive I can use in in SF2 and hit my inputs, I also dont get missed inputs in Zelda either

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Munson

I just sent my pro controller to Nintendo for repair. There was something wrong with the left control stick. When I would play Splatoon, my character would move incredibly slow when I would move forward. All of the other directions worked fine. The only time I really noticed a problem was playing Splatoon. All other games appeared to be okay. I received my controller as a Christmas gift so it is not very old.

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leerafuse

I've had one from the beginning, and my 4 year old has had one since 6 months. she doesn't touch mine, still scared of the the 64 joystick haha but both work great

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Pazzo-ZaFool

I just ordered mine, glad to hear people have good results with it.

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salim8

Turns out there are D-pad issues (tried the input checker thing).. But I don't think it'll be an issue for me for the games I play.. I hope not anyway.

salim8

HappyRusevDay

Bought a launch, a splat and a xeno. Only kept the xeno.

People on youtube who open things up confirmed the xeno pad has a different dpad and you can feel it instantly if you’ve used the others.

I thought it was just newer, like how old analogues feel slack compared to brand new ones, but no, saw a ton of people open them up and saw it is a different setup under the dpad.

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Heavyarms55

I have the original, the Splatoon version and the Xenoblade version. And have not had any issues. Perhaps there was a specific production batch that was faulty.

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SwitchForce

Heavyarms55 wrote:

I have the original, the Splatoon version and the Xenoblade version. And have not had any issues. Perhaps there was a specific production batch that was faulty.

I can concur I haven't had issue with my setup like yours. I have 2 Original, Splatoon, X2 version.

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