It seems to have resolved itself for the most part. Now I'm just getting the occasional being kicked from the game.
Converse with fellow players
Ok... I think I've figured out what the problem is. It appears a USB port on the front of my computer has gone bad. I moved the controller's USB device to another port and it's been working perfectly since. Tried plugging in a phone cable to this port and it wouldn't charge my phone.
Unfortunately I don't have an actual cable for this controller. It's a wireless USB adapter.
I need to test it out again on other games and see if it still works with them. It was up until I started having this problem and I've only used it for exclusively for PSO2 recently.
Kind of annoying that a brand new controller is acting this way.
For some games I had to change the steam controller settings. Under options for controllers there's an option to 'force off' Steam controllers. All that did was make it so the controller didn't work.
It's getting worse now. Can't even go 2 minutes in a mission without it acting up. Going to try running it through the game client instead of steam.
I'm running the game via Steam. When the game asked, I selected controller, and controller is also selected in the Steam options as well.
As for the controller being detected as being in port 1? To be honest, I'm not entirely sure how to check that.
I'm having issues using an Xbox controller to play PSO2 on my PC. It's a brand new controller and works fine with other games, but when I try to use it to play PSO2 it becomes jerky and refuses to work right while in missions and actual gameplay. Excessively laggy responses and turning 90+ degrees at a time.
While in the hub world it works just fine. Taking out the batteries and putting them back in will only fix the problem half of the time.
I've checked the drivers and it says they are up to date.