Did they stop making force feedback games for pc?

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    Did they stop making force feedback games for pc?


    I am currently playing Need for Speed Payback , Mortal Kombat XL , Call Of Duty Spec Ops 2 , Marvel vs Capcom Infinity War then it occurred to me i am missing something since I had been playing those with my brother on PS4 , it is force feedback , surprisingly despite my gamepad supports it i see the games themselves have no enable / disable / test feature for force feedback . had it been deprecated for pc ? or is there a special way to enable it ?
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  2. Faith's Avatar
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    Vibration is still a thing for gamepads on PC. Microsoft is supporting trigger feedback on most of their titles aswell. Some games have better support for force feedback than others, while some doesn't even offer it at all, but it's up to the developer. You need to look out for a vibration option in the controller menus for each game. If you're using an Xinput device (Xbox Controller), force feedback will certainly be enabled by default.
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    What is the difference, if any, between force feedback and vibration?
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    AnonVendetta said: View Post
    What is the difference, if any, between force feedback and vibration?
    Well, force feedback means that you can feel or sense feedback from an active force or action from the game. Vibration can be one part of "force feedback". I assume OP means vibration because I doubt he plays Mortal Kombat X with a steering wheel which is more commonly known to utilize the term through an active motor to let you feel the car's handling more realistically. You can read more about haptic technology here if you like: Haptic technology - Wikipedia
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