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hellah fresh

Motorcycles tilt when riding?

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hellah fresh

I was wondering if im the only one having this problem. So i notice that every motorcycle i ride mt steering tends to lean either to the left or the right when im riding. I know on gta 4 you can get on and ride in a straight line. As for gta 5 for some reason since the first time i played it i always had this problem. Driving a car straight is fine but when i get on a motorcycle.. it tends to steer itself to the left or right making me having to really control the bike. I was wondering maybe its my controller or a bug in the game?

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WinterEdit

Do you have SIXAXIS-mode enabled (if on PS3)? It makes you be able to control bikes by tilting the controller.

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ChromeLocke

You know you tilt your bike in real life when riding, right?

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Retrorex

You know you tilt your bike in real life when riding, right?

 

 

Or left, depending on where you want to go.

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AZG

As stated above if you have SIXAXIS enabled of your controller it tills your bike, it was also in IV (I still haven't received my pre-order but I am sure it the same as in GTA IV) .

Turn of SIXAXIS or hold the controller strait

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SLUGFly

 

 

You know you tilt your bike in real life when riding, right?

 

Or left, depending on where you want to go.

I think he's talking about turning when he doesn't intend. I'd check your controller too. I once had a problem where my camera wouldn't stop drifting at an angle and I realized there was gunk on my analog stick.

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Retrorex

 

 

You know you tilt your bike in real life when riding, right?

 

Or left, depending on where you want to go.

I think he's talking about turning when he doesn't intend. I'd check your controller too. I once had a problem where my camera wouldn't stop drifting at an angle and I realized there was gunk on my analog stick.

 

 

 

/facepalm

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SLUGFly

 

 

 

 

You know you tilt your bike in real life when riding, right?

 

Or left, depending on where you want to go.

I think he's talking about turning when he doesn't intend. I'd check your controller too. I once had a problem where my camera wouldn't stop drifting at an angle and I realized there was gunk on my analog stick.

 

 

/facepalm

I got your joke :p I was responding more to Chromelocke.

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Retrorex

Ahh I see :lol:

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hellah fresh

 

 

You know you tilt your bike in real life when riding, right?

 

Or left, depending on where you want to go.

I think he's talking about turning when he doesn't intend. I'd check your controller too. I once had a problem where my camera wouldn't stop drifting at an angle and I realized there was gunk on my analog stick.

 

 

 

THIS. Lol well its weird because my ps3 is brand new. I bought the GTAV 500gig bundle. On the first night of playing it when i ride a bike or bicycle the player will tilt left or right so i actually have to control the joystick just to keep me from crashing. I can't ride straight unless i even out the bike with the analog stick but the cars drive normal. Maybe i have a defect new controller?

 

maybe ill make a little youtube vid.

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drjonkoe

 

I think he's talking about turning when he doesn't intend. I'd check your controller too. I once had a problem where my camera wouldn't stop drifting at an angle and I realized there was gunk on my analog stick.

 

 

 

 

THIS. Lol well its weird because my ps3 is brand new. I bought the GTAV 500gig bundle. On the first night of playing it when i ride a bike or bicycle the player will tilt left or right so i actually have to control the joystick just to keep me from crashing. I can't ride straight unless i even out the bike with the analog stick but the cars drive normal. Maybe i have a defect new controller?

 

maybe ill make a little youtube vid.

 

 

It is not clear wether you turned your SIXAXIS off already? Have you tried it?

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ChromeLocke

 

You know you tilt your bike in real life when riding, right?

 

 

Or left, depending on where you want to go.

 

Ha! XD

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juanpiferco

dont worry i had the same problem is not your controler, simply go to settings, motion sensor function and turn it off for bikes, or simply turn all of them off,



hope it helped, cheers


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SanguineMIst

I was wondering if im the only one having this problem. So i notice that every motorcycle i ride mt steering tends to lean either to the left or the right when im riding. I know on gta 4 you can get on and ride in a straight line. As for gta 5 for some reason since the first time i played it i always had this problem. Driving a car straight is fine but when i get on a motorcycle.. it tends to steer itself to the left or right making me having to really control the bike. I was wondering maybe its my controller or a bug in the game?

I had the same problem, couldn't turn, would do wheelies without wanting to, and leaning, I had my motion sensors on for vehicles, Turning off the Motion Sensor Functions fixed it, on a PS3 it's Start, Settings, and toggle down to Motion Sensor Functions and turn em off.

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