For Project Wingman players, this is a guide about how to enable Freetrack (and by using Freepie, enable TrackIR), be careful, following this guide might erase any progress made in the game. You can also just wait for the next patch that should show the option again.
Getting a good savegame.sav
If you don’t really, really need to enable trackir/freetrack now just wait for the next patch that should show the option again.The “Enable Freetrack” option is currently hidden, from what I have gathered it should be visible in the next patch, in the meantime you can simply use your old “savegame.sav” from the demo in which you enabled freetrack to be able to use it in the December 1st release version.Place it in “%localappdata%\ProjectWingman\Saved\SaveGames”.
If you don’t already have a save from the demo or didn’t think to activate freetrack in it use this file:
(WARNING: WILL PROBABLY RESET ALL PROGRESS)
Use any Freetrack/Freepie script to convert and use it in PW.
Don’t already have one? Grabbed from Morti Dilligafsson in https://steamcommunity.com/app/895870/discussions/1/3311769175683630869/#c3311769660771539337
freeTrack.yaw = -(trackIR.yaw/180)
freeTrack.pitch = ( trackIR.pitch/90)
freeTrack.roll = -(trackIR.roll/90)
freeTrack.x = -trackIR.x
freeTrack.y = trackIR.y
freeTrack.z = trackIR.zif starting:
trackIR.update += updatediagnostics.watch(freeTrack.yaw)
That’s all we are sharing today in Project Wingman How to Enable Freetrack (Using Freepie, Enable TrackIR), if there are anything you want to add please feel free to leave a comment below and we’ll see you soon.
Credit to Deodus