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- 04 Sep 2020 00:15

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Configuration to play Halo: Reach with JoyShockMapper

# Configuration for Halo MCC with flick stick
# (Any line that starts with # is ignored by JoyShockMapper)
# First, reset to defaults so we don't have to set values we don't care about
RESET_MAPPINGS

# Calibrate. Flick stick relies on good calibration; gyro and stick sens make more sens with it, too
REAL_WORLD_CALIBRATION = 45.454
IN_GAME_SENS = 1.6
# Please set IN_GAME_SENS to your in game mouse speed setting whenever you change it
# Aim settings
MIN_GYRO_SENS = 1
MAX_GYRO_SENS = 2
# Gyro thresholds are in degrees per second
MIN_GYRO_THRESHOLD = 0
MAX_GYRO_THRESHOLD = 75
# Flick
STICK_SENS = 1
RIGHT_STICK_MODE = FLICK
STICK_SENS = 360
STICK_POWER = 4
STICK_ACCELERATION_RATE = 1
STICK_ACCELERATION_CAP = 2

# Button mappings
LLEFT = A
LRIGHT = D
LUP = W
LDOWN = S
UP = 4 # flashlight
RIGHT = 2 # switch grenades
DOWN = C # dual wield
LEFT = F # reload left weapon when dual wielding
GYRO_OFF = R3
ZR = LMOUSE    # shoot
ZL = RMOUSE    # zoom
R = F     # grenade
L = SPACE     # jump
N = 1          # switch weapon
W = R E        # reload, use
E = Q          # melee
S = LSHIFT   # sprint/armour abilities
L3 = LCONTROL  # crouch
R3 = NONE      # disable gyro
+ = ESC
- = TAB

Gunslinger529's Notes

This is a more standard layout for those who are used to playing Halo on console (like me). Remember to un-invert dual wielding in-game so the alignment is correct. I played around with having zoom on R3 like it is on Xbox but the way the game handles getting into vehicles, using boost, firing dual wield etc. just works better and feels more natural with it on left trigger.

How to Use this Config

Using JoyShockMapper configurations is easy once you know how. If you haven't used it before, check out the guide. For using a community config like this one, you only need to get through the first two sections — Installing JSM and Using an already-made configuration file.

Just copy the above configuration into a text file, change the IN_GAME_SENS to match your in-game settings, and then drag that file into JoyShockMapper and hit Enter to use it right away. Some games have their own limitations with certain controllers or require some extra setup, so make sure to check for any notes near top of the main Halo: Reach page.