Once you get used to moving with DecaMove, it becomes a necessity like electricity or the internet. You will find that it will be hard to go back to using head or controller orientation. However, as the device tracks a new body part, there is a learning curve and here are a couple of tips to get you started:
- As a general rule, try to move only forward while navigating with DecaMove, imagine that your joystick’s forward position is just a button toggling between moving forward or not moving at all.
- Once you understand how the hip affects navigation in the game, you can start strafing and moving backwards.
- Start by simply spectating around, looking for friends, zombies and enemies around you while moving to desired locations.
- When navigating with the hip becomes natural, start to practice hand interactions whilst moving, for example, grab a magazine, load it to your weapon while moving around.
- Toggle the DecaMove in-game UI On when needed, especially while learning to use the device.