[Locked] Pro Players: Helljumper or Button Jumper?
I'm thinking of getting one! How is it? I'm on bumper jumper but don't like melee on rb so maybe have it on a paddle. Is the controller lighter aswell? I have weak hands for boring reasons due to mine weird bonesCerrone wrote:I'm using an Elite controller so Jump is on ring finger
Eventually your hand will adapt and the pointer finger will hit jump while you aim. :DxDigitalxBath wrote:I have tried Bumper Jumper and cant do eeeeet. It screwed my game up for a couple days, so I went back to default. The problem with the default is that it makes it hard to jump and aim.
I'll do you one better/weirder. I play inverted as well and my thumbstick layout is legacy. Instead of aiming with one stick and moving with the other, both actions are split between the two. I strafe left - right and look up - down with the right thumb, I turn left - right and move forward - back with the left thumbstick.nekrulz wrote:I'm genuinely impressed on how people can play with an inverted control schemeAquilapath wrote:I normally play default inverted, I wish that you could map your own layout but I don't think that's going to happen.
I've used Bumper Jumper for a while now but tried out Helljumper for a bit because I wanted ease of use of the smart link. But since I use melee so much, I didn't feel comfortable or accurate when it was on the stick. So for me..melee on RB was definitely better.AAAncient wrote:Title says it all.
Which one do you believe is best and why?
Little personal input to this from myself:
I've always (since Halo 3) used Bumper Jumper for Halo. I perfected every aspect of it. But skills centered around using the right stick to zoom in battles for accuracy have been lost in games like Destiny. We're L2 is favored for ADS.
So I've naturally gravitated towards Helljumper. But feel that Melee on the right stick is limiting, even maybe putting myself at a disadvantage.
I'd also like thoughts on Melee heavy players about using the right stick over RB. Thanks for any input!
I went with the Halo 4 scheme and mapped the four face buttons to the four paddles. The only time I have to take a thumb off of a stick is to swap grenades. However, I think having zoom on the left trigger may be better than on the right stick. So I may change things up soon. I just have to figure out how I want to change things. I think you are correct with having reload as the odd input out. The only time we push that button is when we aren't in combat. What do you think is better, grenade swap or crouch on the right stick?Woodstar 22 wrote:yeah thats the sides mine are one too, took the other two paddles off, no need for all 4Kilg orr Trout wrote:Same here. Jump on left paddle and thruster on right paddle.Woodstar 22 wrote:i use default halo 5 with my back padles on the elite controller set as jump and thrust. never any need to take hands off the thumbstick other than reloading
^This. Used recon since Reach. Found ground pound to be unwieldy. That and removing my thumb to melee was costing me in some engagements. Switched to hell jumper since aiming with LT was natural after playing destiny so much.HearTheCode wrote:With Recon you cannot effectively use ground pound