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Hitman 2

Pretty much the same as the previous Hitman, but here it is!
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Spellbreak

In-game and config file sensitivity added!
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Mist Survival

Survival game added!
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Creative Destruction

Added with support for all scopes. Note that this game has some issues with smoothing/acceleration.
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The Long Dark

Use the Mouse Mod linked in the notes to disable acceleration and smoothing.
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DPI Wizard

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31 minutes ago, BobTheBuilder12 said:

Hi, could you possibly add scope sensitivity multiplier to this, it is setable when you unpack a scenario and enable it for weapons.  

In what scenario are you getting this option?

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2 hours ago, DPI Wizard said:

In what scenario are you getting this option?

If a scenario has a weapon that has ADS/Scope enabled for it, the scope sensitivity will be in Game Options > Weapons. Uncheck the auto sensitivity and you will get a simple multiplier like in Overwatch.

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That specific weapon has the user zoom fov option unchecked. Most other weapons that support zooming in will also let the user specify any fov and fov type for the weapon.

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It should be the same zoom system for every weapon. You can customise any weapon to have any level of zoom. Spider rifle is just a preset of the base weapon that you can adjust anything on.

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28 minutes ago, BobTheBuilder12 said:

It should be the same zoom system for every weapon. You can customise any weapon to have any level of zoom. Spider rifle is just a preset of the base weapon that you can adjust anything on.

 

1 hour ago, Drimzi said:

That specific weapon has the user zoom fov option unchecked. Most other weapons that support zooming in will also let the user specify any fov and fov type for the weapon.

Opened the FOV configuration and renamed the aim to scope.

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