Expeditions A MudRunner Game: Force Feedback Settings

Details about improve the Force Feedback Settings in the game.

If you have difficulty understanding the Force Feedback settings in Expeditions A MudRunner Game, we have explained how to improve the settings in this guide.

Force Feedback

Logitech G29. These settings should work for all Logitech devices. If you use Thrustmaster or something else, the FFB settings should still apply but please common-sense experiment with your software/drivers for your device as needed. Also your “Device Type” settings may not be “Direct” as this guide recommends.

WHAT STUFF DOES

Wheel Presets…

…selects the preset button bindings for each wheel. You can also choose Custom and create your own.

Wheel Sensitivity…

…lets you change the steering linearity. 1.00 is linear steering.

Force Feedback…

…is the overall strength of the force feedback.

Tilt Gain…

…will make the force feedback react to how tilted the truck is. Setting this too high exaggerates the effect to a point where the wheel feels very odd.

Friction Base Level

…is the constant low level of friction in the wheel at all times. Setting this to 0 will make the wheel have no weight when you are driving on normal roads. Setting this too high will make the wheel heavy all the time.

Friction Gain…

…is the maximum amount of friction that will be added to the wheel. Setting this too high will make the wheel very heavy much of the time.

Spring Gain…

…makes the wheel want to pull back to the center. Setting this too high will make the wheel very heavy when turning. **THIS IS NOT TIED TO “SPRINGS” as in “SHOCKS/SUSPENSION”**

Collision Gain…

…is the force when you hit something. This isn’t very strong, so can be set at the maximum without a problem.

Vibrotactile Force Gain…

…is only used by the Logitech G923 for its TrueForce feature. It has no effect on any other wheel.

RECOMMENDED GHUB SETTINGS

If you use Logitech (or want to try with other):

I recommend you make a profile to the game’s path, [DRIVE]:Program Files (x86)SteamsteamappscommonExpeditions A MudRunner GameSourcesBinExpeditions.exe

  • Setting / Value
  • Operating Range / 390° <——–
  • Sensitivity / 50
  • Centering Spring / Off

RECOMMENDED FEEDBACK SETTINGS

OPTIONS -> SETTINGS -> WHEEL

  • Setting / Value
  • Type / DirectInput
  • Wheel Presets / G29 or G920 (or whatever you own and are testing this guide with)
  • Wheel Sensitivity / 1.00
  • Force Feedback / 0.90
  • Tilt Gain / 0.30
  • Friction Base Level / 0.28
  • Friction Gain / 0.70
  • Spring Gain / 0.30
  • Collision Gain / 1.00
  • Vibrotactile Force Gain / 0.00 (this setting only matters if you have a Logitech G923)

OPTIONS -> SETTINGS -> GAME

  • Setting / Value
  • Steering Mode / Steering Wheel

HELP MY WHEEL ISN’T WORKING AT ALL PERIOD

Make sure under “Steering Wheel Type”…

…you set to “Direct Input” — if this does not work try “Legacy”.

HELP I KEEP AUTO REVERSING/ETC

SETTINGS -> WHEEL…

…try toggling “Invert Brake” and/or “Invert Throttle” as needed. If you have “Paired Pedals” set to ON try turning it OFF.

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