I know there are questions like that posted on these forums and elsewhere.
But I still want some feedback with regards to Analog Sprinting and would like to ask whether the benefits of using it are worth it. For more than 10 years since playing FIFA and PES using a gamepad I always used RB (Right Bumper) to sprint in FIFA and PES. In fact in PES 5/6 Right Bumper was always the default for sprinting and that was always the button I found most comfortable for sprinting as you never had to hold down the button with too much effort to sprint, unlike with the Right Trigger.
However, I was never aware that Analog Sprinting does not work with RB since RB does not use button sensitivity at least not on the 360 pad for Analog Sprinting to work.
A few days ago I decided to switch to RT as an experiment for sprinting to see how Analog Sprint works. I understand there are some benefits of using RT for Sprinting as you can control the speed of the player runs and possibly help you with conserving stamina.
But I have still found it a little difficult to adapt to using RT for Sprinting since you have to hold down the RT button and it is a little bit like an elastic feel for the finger. But I am still happy to try and adapt to using RT for Sprinting should the benefits of using it are worth the sacrifice. I do have to admit I have adapted to using it somewhat over the last few days although not fully like with RB.
But I would still like to know whether the benefits of using RT for sprinting with Analog Sprint turned to On would have more benefits compared to Off? As this would help me determine whether it's worth continuing using RT for Sprint or return back to using RB for Sprinting.