An Overwatch fan has managed to make D.Va’s joysticks in real-life and the best part is you can actually use them to fly her MEKA around.
One of the coolest parts about D.Va’s design in Overwatch is that she moves and interacts with her joysticks on screen mirroring what the player is doing with their controls.
So youTuber Medist decided to create a set of completely custom, motion sensing D.Va joysticks that they can actually use to play Overwatch.
Medist created the D.Va joysticks from scratch, by what looks like 3D printing each of the different pieces. The triggers on the joysticks operate as the mouse’s left click and the button on top works as the right click.
There are also gyroscopic sensors in each that pick up what direction the sticks are being pointed in, which in turn moves D.Va, just like WASD does normally.
After doing some testing in Portal, Medist hooked the controllers up to his computer and decided to finally take D.Va for a spin.
The controllers don’t work perfectly - to use Defense Matrix Medist has to rapidly press the upper button on the joystick and there doesn’t seem to be a way to activate her Self Destruct, that we saw in the video at least.
But beside that, the controllers look amazing and it’s pretty awesome someone out there was such a big D.Va fan that they decided to make her in-game controls come to life.
Jeff Kaplan finally gave the Overwatch community more news on the upcoming Summer Games event, which could contain a new D.Va skin or not, you just never know.
We do know that the event will be starting earlier this year than it has in past years, which means it will probably be here before the beginning of August.
In addition to everyone’s favorite or least-favorite mode Lucioball, Overwatch will also give players a new way to earn skins throughout the event through a series of mini-challenges similar to the Bastet and Baptiste Reunion Challenges.
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