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Unreal Tournament 2004 - Play with a Gamepad or Joystick

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This profile is compatible with any standard PC Gamepad, Xbox 360 Controller, Playstation (PS4, PS3, PSX), or any similar devices
Made some modifications from the stock Unreal config. Now with a dedicated "Dodge" button using a little SHIFT hack, tweaked Look sensitivity, and precision aiming using a Sniper Toggle whenever the Fire or Alt Fire buttons are held down.

Also made a separate config for UT2004. Featured a Use/Activate button, Voice Chat button, and Horn for use in vehicles.

EDIT: Forgot to mention, for this to work perfectly in UT99, you'll need to bind Best Weapon to "B" and Translocator to "Q". The rest of the bindings should work with the defaults.

here is a link to my Unreal Tournament ('99) profile: