Hi, there is a weird problem I encountered when first playing Skyward Sword 4K. I am using a third party 8BitDo SN30 Pro+ controller which basically is a substitute for a Switch Pro Controller. The right stick responds as a pointer correctly when I move the stick slow enough and to the exact point I want it, but when I rotate the stick the pointer briefly decalibrates and stops at a different part of the screen than where I am pushing the stick before slowly correcting itself. For some modes it decalibrates differently. On the map screen and basically menuing in general it has the least issues and doesnt decalibrate easily, but when I go into first person mode the pointer decalibrates very quickly, especially if I rotate the stick, and I have to manually recalibrate it myself. I'm wondering what the problem could be.
Then for sword controls, for whatever reason the axis of the right stick seemingly rotated 90 degrees clockwise. So when I move the right stick up, I slash as if I was pushing right; when I move the stick right, I slash down; when I move it down, I slash left etc. I have no idea why it is doing this. Can you help me?
Hi Mukoma Ryan! This is not an issue I've heard of before, and sadly I'm not able to find the solution myself since I don't own the specific kind of gamepad you're mentioning. However, I can make a guess on how to fix it! My guess is that the axis has been wrongly calibrated from the start, since the default controller presets are made for Xbox, Switch and PS4/PS5 gamepads. Therefore, try rebinding all of the appropriate stick inputs in the input settings (including the nunchuck configuration) and see if that makes a difference!