I’ve been searching all over the web and I simply cannot find an answer to my problem, and yes, it has to do with fightsticks.
I’m on Windows 10. I have the Steam version of Street Fighter V. I have the VIA 2.0 USB card installed in my computer (which worked in getting my PS3 TE1 stick to work with SFIV). I have a PS3 Madcatz TE1 fightstick, as well as a home-built fightstick that shows up as a “ModChipMan Controller” in TocaEdit X360 Controller Emulator.
The home-built controller shows up in the X360 Emulator…inputs are recognized and whatnot. But this stick does not work when SFV is booted up.
The Madcatz controller is registered by Windows as being plugged in, but does not seem to be powered at all. No lights, no inputs being registered…nothing.
When SFV is booted up, there is not any sort of “use legacy controller” option under OPTIONS>MORE OPTIONS.
So has this magnificent group of street fighters figured out how to make these damn things work with SFV yet? I realize that the game is only 3 days old (not counting beta), but I also know that the PC gaming community is brilliant and works fast on aggravations like this. But there’s gotta be a way to make these sticks work!
I have not yet tried Joy2Key, but I don’t have much hope for that utility either at this point…
PS: I really hope that “change the PCB” is not the only solution to this problem. It’s the freaking 21st century, folks…this sort of stuff shouldn’t be an issue at this point.