I’ll be looking at the refund actually, as even though I like Tobii 4C, it lacks support for every game I play except for the Elite Dangerous. It’s not how it was being advertised. And vJoy doesn’t work for me because it’s incompatible with many games.
It’s a real shame, that since the release, there wasn’t even a single announcement on what’s coming in terms of support.
American Truck Simulator was being asked for a YEAR ago!!!, and still nothing.
Wow, it seems that tobii is just another garage company with no real support or future outlook. A year without an update! Well, I’ll make sure none of my friends will make the same mistake as I did by buying into this scam.
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