PC2 & ps4 mod question

Discussion in 'Project CARS 2' started by Soda can dan, Dec 25, 2018.

  1. Soda can dan

    Soda can dan

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    Please forgive me if not in thw right spot or has been asked a trillion times but I searched and didn't see anything (not a lot but searched a little)
    Anyways, I'd there a mod for vibration pedals like fanatec has for ps4, pc2, and my thrustmaster pedals?
    I'm a single father of 2 and all I got is them, work, bills, and my racing (sad but true). I can't afford a fanatec CSL Elite and the clubsport pedals so I am looking for a mod I can do myself with a 3rd party app to make it work or what have you. I can buy pieces to the mod over time if and when i can. It seems when I put money away something always comes up and it is needed somewhere else EVERY TIME! Hence the mod thoughts
     
  2. Mr Grumpy

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    As far as I'm aware, there are a few rumble mods you can do to a few different manufacturers stock pedals.

    However these all seem to work alongside custom firmware/applications that only work on PC not PS4 or XB1.

    Check out YouTube or just type "rumble mods for gaming pedals" into Google.
     
  3. Soda can dan

    Soda can dan

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    Thanks grumpy
     
  4. Mr Grumpy

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    No problem
     
  5. foxymop

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    Project cars sends info through UDP.

    That's how you have mobile apps connected to the game and giving you information.
    Even in consoles.

    So. With a Arduino with wifi (it's super cheap, less then 10 bucks in online stores that sell Chinese stuff), and some code, you can grab information from the game in ps4.

    You can for instance, have the rev info in a analog display connected to the Arduino.
    With that, IN THEORY, lol, you can have rumble motors, that you get really cheap also in those online stores that sell products from China reading info from the game and rumbling the pedals.


    It's cheap? Yes. It's easy? With no coding experience, no. Have I done it? No. I have all the material but didn't got the patience to make it yet. Only did a button box structure to see if it works.

    Search for "project cars 2 udp ps4". There's some info online.
     
    Last edited: Dec 27, 2018