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Thrustmaster - 599XX EVO 30 Wheel Add-On Alcantara Edition - Black

Thrustmaster has added a Ferrari replica racing wheel to its ecosystem: the first 11.8"/30 cm wheel crafted of Alcantara. This add-on will allow gamers to experience a unique wheel, wrapped with a new material praised by racing drivers, with a new wheel diameter.

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  • Review by Eatsleeprace, 10 out of 10
    Beautiful Alcántara and metal

    This steering wheel is a 1/8th scale size replica wheel but wow the quality blew me away it felt better than the steering wheel in my real car, I use this for my thrust master tx458 which lets you interchange wheels

    Aug 30, 2018 06:04
  • Review by RandomAlec, 10 out of 10
    The best steering wheel for the Thrustmaster!

    There isn't much to say, I do a lot of research before I buy anything on the Internet. I bought the Thrustmaster TX racing wheel, sold the steering wheel it came with and upgraded to this one. Closer to real world steering wheel size and so much better feel. A world of difference, you won't regret the size and quality of this wheel!

    Dec 08, 2016 20:14
  • Review by Unearby, 10 out of 10
    Love this wheel!

    I love this wheel I got the leather wheel edition as that was the only one offered with the Xbox one and the leather wheel started to hurt my hands after long Forza 6 play sessions I actually started to use racing gloves ha-ha. I found this nice Alcantara wheel and its so soft that my hands don't hurt anymore so no racing gloves are needed anymore. :)

    Jan 18, 2017 08:52
  • Review by Scoobyhitshard, 10 out of 10
    Absolutely amazing!

    I've tried 4 different wheels and none feel this way. Great alcantara fabricl, quality materials, plus Best Buy price matched it with Walmart and gave me 6 months no interest?! Shiiiiii, I'm in.

    Oct 28, 2017 15:58
  • Review by Tony, 10 out of 10
    Best Steering Wheel for Thrustmaster Setup!!!

    I love the feel and size of this steering wheel. It is the only wheel I will use until Thrustmaster releases a new/better version

    Jan 06, 2017 18:19
  • Review by Buyer, 10 out of 10

    Great add on wish I just bought the complete wheel and base in the first place.

    Dec 20, 2017 17:38
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    Hot Wheels Unleashed - PlayStation 4

    The coolest, the fastest, the most unique badass vans and jaw-dropping muscle cars are waiting for you. Take the wheel of tons of vehicles with their own personality and style, different traits, and levels of rarity. The very best of the Hot WheelsTM universe is here! Prove you’re the best and unlock premium cars and extraordinary items and with the Livery Editor make your ride a one-of-a-kind masterpiece of speed. Get ready for pure fun and show off your driving skills! Drift like a pro, charge your boost and blast through the loops to beat time, rivals and gravity itself! Are you up for a challenge? Boom, jackpot: race side by side a friend in the 2-player local split-screen mode or face up to 12 players online in a worldwide event. The harder the challenge, the more glorious the triumph!

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  • Review by Tixe, 10 out of 10
    Hot Wheels Unleashed

    Waited a While for this Games Release Date, I Bought it for My Son, but So Cool I Started Playing it Myself...

    Oct 15, 2021 19:48
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    Need for Speed Heat Standard Edition - PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5

    Experience the thrill of racing in Need for Speed: Heat for PlayStation 4. During the day, compete in the Palm City Speedhunter Showdown to earn cash and upgrade your cars. At night, race in illicit events to boost your reputation and get access to bigger contests and better parts. Need for Speed: Heat has high-quality graphics and extensive vehicle customization options for a fully immersive experience.

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  • Review by Victory106, 8 out of 10
    It's a good not great new NFS

    It's a good overall game. If you like the past NFS games you should like this one. Here are the few things I don't like though. Musics selection needs work. Building a good off road vehicle seems confusing. I buy upgraded off road parts but the vehicles ranking drops. My biggest complaint is the drift scoring. I can take my car build for racing and drift perfect corners and get very low scores. Get in my car built with "drift" parts that I can barely control, crash into walls and barriers and score so many points I've beat the event before the 1st of 3 laps is done.

    Overall though it's a fun game with great graphics and lots of cars to chose from and modify.

    Nov 23, 2019 12:23
  • Review by WalkieTalkieWatch4, 10 out of 10
    Welcome back Need for Speed!

    NFS Heat is like a breathe of fresh air for this series. The story is great and the customizations are what we've missed for so long. Fun online play with fantastic police chases! This one will go down in history with the likes of the 2005 NFS Most Wanted and Carbon and the Underground series as one of the best Need for Speed series. Hope it continues because I'm back loving this game again!

    Jan 04, 2020 14:32
  • Review by Mdredwan, 10 out of 10
    Best Graphics ever

    I was just waiting for the release day and it’s here , a huge graphics upgrade from the previous one

    Nov 08, 2019 18:09
  • Review by JayZ, 10 out of 10
    Great Game

    Great game. Bought it with the Logitech G29 and really enjoying the game. Great cars, open world, different races and day/nightlife equals a fun time.

    Nov 01, 2021 22:16
  • Review by Racingcar, 10 out of 10
    Love graphics

    Amazing game! Love the graphics so much! Totally recommended for people looking to race on the streets

    Nov 05, 2021 15:22
  • Review by Emeza20, 10 out of 10
    Best game!

    This is a must have game! The graphics are insane and it is a very fun to play game. I would recommend it to everyone!

    Oct 17, 2021 23:41
  • Review by Jano, 10 out of 10
    Best NFS game in a while

    Definitely my favorite need for speed game in a while, it's a lot better than its predecessors. Played it on my ps5 and it works just great.

    Sep 17, 2021 15:49
  • Review by SoMeOnE, 10 out of 10
    EA always delivers.

    I enjoy going through history mode. Nice selection of cars and great graphics.

    Oct 23, 2021 09:52
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    Logitech - G29 Driving Force Racing Wheel and Floor Pedals for PS5, PS4, PC, Mac - Black

    Take the latest racing games titles to the next level with G29 Driving Force for the latest PlayStation®5, PlayStation®4 and PC titles. With dual-motor force feedback and helical gearing for quiet, smooth steering. Stainless steel paddle shifters and RPM/Shift indicator LEDs help you make crisp, fluid gear transitions without taking your eyes off the track. The separate pedal unit gives you natural, responsive control with a nonlinear brake pedal that mimics the feel of high-performance vehicles. Driving Force is built for comfort and durability with hand-stitched leather and stainless-steel components. Built-in clamps and bolt points allow Driving Force to be mounted securely to a table or racing rig, minimizing shifting or wobbling during aggressive maneuvers.

    5 Features
  • Immersive gaming experience: Perfect for PlayStation 5, PS4 and PC gaming titles, the Driving Force simulates the feeling of driving a real car with precision steering and pressure-sensitive pedals.
  • Premium control: The Driving Force feedback racing wheel provides a detailed simulation of driving a real car, with helical gearing delivering smooth, quiet steering and a hand-stitched leather cover.
  • Customizable pedals: These pressure-sensitive nonlinear brake pedals provide a responsive, accurate braking feel on a sturdy base -with adjustable pedal faces for finer control.
  • 900-degree rotation: Lock-to-lock rotation of the Driving Force means you can turn the wheel around two and a half times, hand over hand on wide turns -just like a real F1 race car.
  • Quality Construction: With solid steel ball bearings in the wheel shaft and stainless-steel paddle shifters and pedals. Durable built-in clamps and bolt points allow Driving Force to be mounted securely to a table or racing rig to minimize shifting or wobbling during aggressive maneuvers.
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  • Review by HSPITO, 10 out of 10
    Much better that the controller

    If you want to get more immerse in you racing game this is a good way to start. I bought Gran Turismo VR for Christmas. Then I saw this on sale and decided to go all the way and buy the Steering wheel. I had the Logitech G27 with the PS3 but that steering wheel was not compatible with the PS4. For years I missed playing racing games with the steering wheel but I finally full the trigger and bought the G29. The feedback you get with this is amazing, you will have much better control of your car and a much better experience overall. I went crazy and built a cockpit to roll in front of the TV whenever I’m going to play a racing game.

    Jan 23, 2018 03:58
  • Review by Payne, 10 out of 10
    Amazing wheel

    Awesome wheel. I play it on PS5 with a gt racing stand and it works perfect. F1 2021 plays great and i would get this wheel if you are just starting sim racing

    Jul 30, 2021 20:21
  • Review by Tech78, 10 out of 10
    The immersion is incredible!

    The process of using this steering wheel is as easy as plug it in, turn on the PS4, it will start turning going through it's calibration, and start your engines because you're ready to race! It's that easy, it is a true plug and play accessory. I've only used it so far playing "Gran Turismo Sport", and the force feedback is incredible, it does feel like you're really driving (especially in VR). It's amazing how far the technology has come from using a joystick with one button playing Atari's Drag Racing, to using this realistic steering wheel and feeling every bump in the road. If you are looking for a steering wheel then I highly recommend you picking up this one, you won't be disappointed.

    Mar 28, 2019 22:57
  • Review by TheMightyShamrock, 10 out of 10

    I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS THING!!! I haven't regretted this slurp purchase one bit. Well worth the hours of competitive fun!!!

    Oct 01, 2021 17:03
  • Review by Wingo987, 10 out of 10
    The best ever.

    Love it. Couldn’t ask for anything better honestly. Not for the price. Best wheel for that market.

    May 28, 2021 16:26
  • Review by racing, 10 out of 10
    Really go Racing !!

    Take your racing to new levels. A 100% improvement over using a hnad controller, the G29 gives real time feedback and immerses you in the race. After 2 weeks I am in love and just ordered the matching stick shift.

    Jan 02, 2021 09:32
  • Review by Akhdj, 10 out of 10
    A1 Saucee

    I was a little skeptical about the clutch. But everything worked perfectly even with the shifter

    Jul 02, 2021 20:55
  • Review by August, 8 out of 10
    Great Wheel but Requires Some Adjustments

    This is a solidly built wheel. I've been using it on my PS4 with Dirt {4, Rally} and Need for Speed {Payback, Rivals}. For the most part, works as expected. The USB cable for the PS4 is also a little short, so I use an extension cable. I had to adjust the force feedback calibrations for Dirt Rally. The brake pedal requires a lot of force to get to 100%, but if you push too hard, the pedals may start to slide across the floor. These are solvable problems, but it requires some adjusting to.

    Apr 28, 2019 13:45
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    Logitech - G923 Racing Wheel and Pedals for PS5, PS4 and PC - Black

    Logitech G923 is a high-performance racing wheel that revolutionizes the e-racing experience. Re-engineered to support a game-changing feedback system, G923 features TRUEFORCE, next-generation force feedback that dials into game physics to deliver higher fidelity realism. Feel the pistons pumping, the gravel crunching, and every shift, drift, and hairpin turn like never before. An all-new progressive brake pedal recreates pressure-sensitive brake system, while a programmable dual-clutch system simulates a real race car launch assist in supported games. Get more traction with less smoke. A streamlined design features integrated controls for better performance, with a built-in 24-point selection dial, full console controls, and the classic RPM LED display for supported games.

    6 Features
  • TRUEFORCE force feedback: Next-gen TRUEFORCE technology connects to game engines for high-definition feedback. Experience the ultimate driving experience with processing at 4000 times per second.
  • Programmable dual clutch: Get off the starting line cleaner and faster. A programmable dual clutch simulates real race car launch assist right from the controller, when playing supported games.
  • Control your game: Fine-tune your speed with a built-in LED RPM indicator. Integrated PlayStation 5, PS4, PC game controls, a 24-point selector and progressive brake spring keep steering under control.
  • Premium racing design: Refreshed Logitech G gear design includes premium materials like a hand-stitched black leather wheel cover and polished metal pedals. Experience the pleasure of driving at home.
  • On-wheel game controls: Take charge of wheel sensitivity, force feedback levels and simulated steering. Logitech G Hub Gaming software enable button customization right from the controller.
  • Racing game compatibility: The G923 for PlayStationworks with most racing games on PS5, PS4 and PC. Enjoy select titles designed for TRUEFORCE, and download Logitech G HUB software for the full experience.
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  • Review by Turbolence, 6 out of 10
    TrueForced Upgrade

    Simulation racing has come a long way since its humble origins in the late 1980s, with its popularity exploding in 2020 thanks to televised sim-racing broadcasts in lieu of actual racing. Logitech is a known name in the space, having made dozens of wheels for PC and console gaming alike since the late 1990s, coming to the forefront of affordable sim-racing gear. Logitech’s line of “G” racing wheels represent the top of their product stack, stepping up from basic arcade racing wheels and into what’s widely considered the minimum spec for competitive sim racing, thanks to their full 900-degree range of motion, dual force feedback motors, and clutch pedal support.

    The G923 is Logitech’s newest offering in the G wheel lineup, bringing back a proven design and adding a new haptic feedback system for more detail. But with little more than incremental updates elsewhere, the fourth release of the same basic wheel that debuted nearly 15 years ago is difficult to recommend in a niche, but competitive, game controller segment.

    I used iRacing on PC and Gran Turismo Sport on PS4 to test this wheel as both games currently support all of the wheel’s functions and features.

    - Unboxing and Setup

    Shipping in the same size box as generations prior, Logitech’s G923 feels substantial as the pedal base is weighted for additional traction on carpet. The box has additional space that fits the Logitech G Shifter (sold separately) so that you can pack the complete wheel setup away if you’re using non-hardpoint mounting options.

    The steering wheel clamps to a table or desk using two dials that pop up to adjust and down to lock, which tighten or loosen the clamps underneath. The clamps support tables up to about 4 inches thick without the plastic spacers, and as thin as one-quarter inch with them. The clamps alone hold the wheel firmly in place, though there are hardpoints for M6 screws for mounting to a driving cockpit or other permanent solution. The pedals have both rubber feet for hardwood floors, and a pop-down carpet gripping plate, but neither hold the base all too well. The pedal base also has M6 hardpoints.

    Logitech makes setting up the G923 straightforward for PS4 users - simply update the console and plug the wheel into an open USB port. PC setup was a little more frustrating as the indicated support page to download the Logitech G Hub software did not exist at the time of review, so I had to peruse their website to find and install.

    - A Note on Force Feedback Mechanisms

    The Logitech G923 is an evolutionary upgrade from the company’s prior wheel offerings. The wheel’s sensors and primary force feedback mechanism are identical to the G920/G29 and G27 racing wheels that preceded it, all of which share a tweaked version of the G25’s mechanism that debuted in late 2006. All of these wheels use gear-driven force feedback, where small motors are connected to the steering shaft via metal cogs. The next step above gear-driven is belt-driven, where motors spin pulleys on a belt wrapped around the steering shaft, delivering smoother and stronger force feedback. Logitech does not offer a belt-driven wheel at this time.

    Gear-driven is typically considered the entry point for serious (competitive) sim racing. While most offerings in the category output low torque and have somewhat rough steering feel, they make up the difference in durability and affordability. I can’t speak to the G923’s longevity after only a few days, but I bought a Logitech G25 over 14 years ago which is on its third owner, still running strong after over a hundred thousand virtual miles. I have no doubt the G923 will last for many years as the mechanism is virtually identical.

    - Force Feedback Impressions

    Having used several entry level and high end racing wheels over the last few years, starting with Logitech’s own Driving Force Pro many years ago, using the G923 for the first time brought back memories of many hours spent learning virtual circuits and going for wins. The leather wrapped steering wheel, brushed paddle shifters, and metal pedal faces are all premium touches that carry back to Logitech’s first G wheel, the G25. The G923 feels great in hand and underfoot, and adding a G Shifter further expands the premium feel into a full simulation setup.

    The motion of the wheel isn’t perfectly smooth - you can feel the gearing of the motor mechanism prominently - but it is still easy to turn the wheel when no force is active. When the force does kick in, the wheel’s motors provide a good sensation of the steering column being nudged one way or another over small imperfections and camber changes on the virtual road. This is of course dependent on your game providing accurate force feedback; simulations like iRacing and Gran Turismo will more accurately convey what the front wheels are doing than arcade racers like Need for Speed or Burnout Paradise.

    Overall the force feedback is on the weaker side, coming in at or below the amount of force you’ll find in racing games at a proper arcade. It’s enough to simulate small forces acting upon the car’s front wheels, but large effects resulting from oversteer, collisions, or loss of grip are very muted on the G923. I had a lot of difficulty finding the edge of grip in both Gran Turismo Sport and iRacing, causing me to lose control or slow down in situations I would normally handle with aplomb in higher-spec racing wheels. Some of this may be from familiarity, admittedly, but the time it takes the G923 to respond to harsh action is readily apparent.

    - Control Impressions

    The pedal base, like the wheel base, is an evolutionary upgrade from the prior Logitech G wheels. The major upgrades for this model are the brushed metal pedal faces for a more premium appearance, and a change to the brake’s return spring to make it much stiffer and progressive than before. The brake is much firmer than prior models, all but mandating the pedals be hard-mounted or otherwise held in place, but the result is a much more natural, progressive brake pedal that is easier to modulate with the right amount of brake force. It’s still a potentiometer-based brake that measures the angle of the pedal rather than a load cell that measures the pressure applied to the pedal (more accurately simulating real brakes), but the improvement here from the older G wheels’ pedals is substantial.

    Back on the wheel, all of the PS4’s primary buttons are present save for the analog sticks and R1/R2 (which are now the shift paddles). These all have a mechanical click to them that ensures button presses, while the d-pad is passable for menu or HUD navigation. An additional set of increment/decrement (+/-) buttons and a scroll dial with enter button allow for mid-race adjustments in supported games like Gran Turismo Sport. These buttons work great to add useful secondary features to race cars, though the scroll dial feels cheap and is a little distracting to use.

    - TrueForce

    New for the G923 is a haptic feedback system Logitech dubs “TrueForce.” This is a vibration feedback system atop the wheel’s force feedback that attempts to add more depth to the forces acting upon the wheel. This adds a front-to-rear dimension to the force feedback to simulate forces that don’t act upon the angle of the front wheels directly; when you run over a bump or crack on the road at speed, you don’t necessarily feel the wheel push one way or another, but you’ll feel the jolt or vibration through the rest of the car. TrueForce aims to replicate that sort of sensation without the more complex and expensive option of attaching a transducer (a low-frequency speaker similar to a subwoofer) to a simulator cockpit that mimics the same.

    TrueForce works surprisingly well. In both iRacing and Gran Turismo Sport, the haptic feedback delivers a good sensation of road feel and engine coarseness, both of which augment the wheel’s force feedback and create more “depth” of force in the process. The only downside I found against this system was unlike transducers built in to some other racing wheels, the haptic feedback transmits entirely into the steering column and not into the rest of the driving simulator cockpit. Transducers will vibrate the entire frame, delivering the road feel sensation through the wheel stand which can be felt in the pedals.

    - Value & Bottom Line

    This is where the G923 begins to fall flat against its competition for serious sim racers. Despite its durability and system compatibility over competing models, the $399 MSRP for pedal and wheel kit is a tough sell made tougher by the need to purchase the shifter separately if you desire the full manual transmission experience. Older models in the Logitech G Wheel lineage had the shifter included, and the kits launched at lower MSRPs than the G923 wheel and pedal combo alone. The G923’s MSRP begins to encroach on belt-driven racing wheel territory, which is a major step up in force strength, detail, and smoothness. I was hoping Logitech would have updated their mechanism to a belt-drive to compete, but TrueForce is the only feature they bring to the table at this price.

    Ultimately then, the question is whether TrueForce alone justifies the higher MSRP. It’s a very convincing effect, but in my opinion it isn’t worth sacrificing an entire tier of force feedback quality just for haptics. This is by and large the wheel’s biggest downfall - TrueForce would be very much welcome on a belt-driven wheel, delivering the high quality all-in-one sim racing solution at a great price point similar to what made Logitech’s G Wheels famous in the first place. At the time the G25 was unrivaled at its $299 price point, but competing offerings have improved greatly in the decade and a half since and now compete very closely.

    With more options on the market today that deliver a better core driving experience for similar money, I can’t recommend the G923 at MSRP as an entry point into sim racing.

    Aug 26, 2020 14:08
  • Review by 91preludesi, 8 out of 10
    Excellent racing wheel and pedals!

    I have been playing racing games since the first Nintendo came out. Racing games used to be all that I played. Gran Turismo is the reason I wanted a PS1. However, it has always been a pain trying to steer a car with a thumbstick. It's just not fluid and smooth enough to be precise. You're constantly making minute adjustments with your thumb to get the perfect steering angle.

    The Logitech G923 racing wheel and pedals change everything. The last wheel and pedals that I had were for PC around 1996, so that is all I have for reference. They were cheap, plastic and lightweight. There was no feedback in the wheel and the pedals didn't have much resistance. The G923 is as close to the real thing as you can get. I have used it for both Dirt 2.0 as well as Gran Turismo Sport. I used to play the Gran Turismo games constantly years ago. I got Sport when it came out and it quickly lost its luster for me. I just didn't enjoy driving with the PS4 controller. This wheel changed that! I can't wait to play it again.

    In both games (Dirt 2.0 and GT Sport) I have seen significant increases in how well I play. I'm shaving a lot of time off my laps since I have started using this wheel. It all comes down to the precision with which you can steer. Now I can put the car exactly where I want it in a corner. In Dirt 2.0, you can feel every bump through the wheel. It helps with the emersion. In both Dirt 2.0 and GT Sport, the feedback in the wheel is adjustable. Too much resistance? Turn it down. If you want to "fight" the wheel more, turn it up.

    The wheel and pedals are hefty. They have a good weight and balance to them and the feedback is incredible! With a controller, you can't feel when the back end of the car is about to let go. With the G923 you can. You feel the pressure in the wheel gets a little lighter and you can instantly correct for it. The paddle shifters are great. They have just enough movement in them for the shift, they are "clicky" which I like and they turn with the wheel so they are always within reach. I do wish that the buttons on the wheel were backlit. I know not everyone may want that, but have it be a feature that could be turned off and dimmed. As far as the shift lights at the top of the center of the wheel, I honestly can't see them. At 6' tall, I just sit too high above the wheel. If I'm looking at the TV, the wheel is just too low in my vision to see them. It's a nice touch and good to have, but they don't serve much purpose for me.

    As for the pedals, it's a mixed bag for me. (I don't use the clutch since I don't have a shifter). The brake pedal is great! It feels like the brake pedal in a car. The harder you push it, the more resistance it has. I think they nailed it with the pressure for the brake pedal. However, with that said, I believe the throttle pedal is far too light to push. It doesn't take much effort at all to push the throttle pedal which makes it difficult to be precise with your throttle control. The pressure/resistance in the clutch pedal would be the perfect amount for the throttle pedal. They do have a good weight to them and don't slide across the carpet when I really press hard on the pedals.

    I do not currently have a wheel stand for the wheel and pedals, but I have a coffee table that the center section raises up and extends out which works perfectly. Luckily it sits at just the right height and far enough out so my legroom to the pedals is perfect. Depending on where you are set up, you may have to get a wheel stand. You won't' be able to just sit in a chair with the wheel on your lap. It just moves around too much.

    Overall, this is a great wheel and pedals and I highly recommend it. If you are into racing games, then this setup can significantly improve your experience.

    Aug 28, 2020 23:28
  • Review by EXWOLF, 10 out of 10
    Addicting Sim Racing

    This racing wheel has been very addicting to play with! I have been having a lot of fun playing Gran Turismo Sport with the G923 and the True Force Feedback adds that extra bit of realism that makes the game replayable and challenging. The wheel does have paddle shift and it also is compatible with a 6 speed shift if you want to buy it separately. I never had an issue with the pedals sliding away or moving while I'm switching between brake and gas. There is a clutch on the pedal that feels really smooth and easy to press down. The brake is the toughest of the pedals to press down but it is no issue to me. The wheel itself is small and for me it's more manageable as I have small hands. The set up itself was very simple and quick. I attached the wheel to my desk, running the wires underneath and connected the wheel to my PS4. Once connected, it functions as a controller and I had no issue using only the wheel starting the game and shutting off the PS4 when needed. I have had many hours on the wheel and haven't gotten tired of it. The default force feedback power steering was comfortable for me when playing the GT Sport and I prefer to feel the terrain in the wheel to feel more immersed. It is truly an addictive gaming accessory and was a party favorite for my immediate family and friends.

    Aug 26, 2020 22:30
  • Review by Excellent, 10 out of 10

    Love it works with PC and PS4 well. Staring wheel mounts good with desk.

    May 15, 2021 14:59
  • Review by Maclemoor, 8 out of 10

    Disclaimer, this is not a beginner set. Avid racers will find this set perfect. The wheel is intense. Feels life like, just smaller. The pedals are ok, not the show stopper. The shift pedals are perfect. I literally strap it to my food tray, plug and start racing. I will figure out all the buttons later.

    Aug 27, 2020 15:08
  • Review by Crasher, 10 out of 10
    Immersion made real

    The G923 racing wheel and pedal offers a feedback system that is sure to put any gamer in to a good feel when it comes to racing games. The amount of customization and feedback felt through the wheels and pedals are by far some of the best this industry has to offer. Rather or not this fits the bill for you i will try my best to keep this review as simplistic as possible.

    First things first,this unit was tested against a PC so keep that in mind. I want to talk about what you can expect to receive out of the box and the quality of the unit. Out of the box you get everything you need to set this unit up to either your ps4 or pc. You get the wheel, pedals and cables necessary. And no this unit does not come with a shifter however there is a port to add one . The quality of the wheel is great. Its wrapped with what appears to be quality vinyl and has the weight and feel of a quality racing wheel you would find in big brands like MOMO. The pedals are a nice stainless finish and spring retention on them are great. One thing i was concerned with was pedal feedback and stability and carpeted surfaces. The pedal feedback is great and feels just like a real car. Customization of the pedals can be adjusted through Logitech's software. One nice feature they added which addressed one of my concerns was the addition of adjustable spikes for carpeted surfaces. There is a release lever which lets out these spikes so that they grip the carpet and don't slide. I have added a picture showing exactly what they look like. The racing wheel is able to be mounted to the edge of your computer desk for easy mounting. My one and only real grip with this unit is the lack of a tilt or height adjustment of the steering column. With not being able to adjust the wheel this means i have to raise or lower my seat to get the right feel. The problem is i like my steering wheels low which means i need to raise my chair which in turn pulls me further away from the pedals. A small gripe nonetheless one worth mentioning.

    So there is so much to talk about with this unit that it can be a little overwhelming. I don't want to waste a lot of time so im gonna try to focus on the things i feel are important as a consumer. So lets talk about the feed back system of the steering wheel. Through the logitech software you can adjust the resistance of the steering wheel to help with immersion. You can make it as light as a Fisher Price car or as stiff as a big rig. The cool thing about this feature is that lets say you wanna play truck simulator, simply set the wheel to the highest setting and trust me its gonna feel like your driving a big rig. So through the software you can see a list of games that support this feedback system. One of the games that i tested this against was Forza 5. So right off the bat i noticed a couple cool features that i was not expecting to see personally. The steering definitely has a motor built in to it because it will automatically comp the wheel for you before you play the game. It will spin the wheel all the way around zeroing out while it finds dead center. But one of the cooler features is what happens when you pause the game. So lets say your coming around your third bend clocked at about 90 degrees to the left when all of a sudden the wife, girlfriend, ,mom or whoever calls out to you. You have to pause the game and go see what they want right? Well after you come back you see that your wheel has slightly centered itself and now you can't remember your wheel position around that bend right? Well no worries cause the wheel will return to its current position as you unpause the game so that you can keep hitting that bend at your current position before you were rudely interrupted. Now the feedback for Forza wasn't too bad. It wasn't as strong as i thought i would be, but that may be cause the game has not been fully formatted for this set up. However feedback was still good enough to keep me immersed. Depending on how fast i was going through a bend i could feel the wheel fighting me to want to return to center as if centrifugal force was actually playing a part. Imperfections like bumps could be felt as well however the feedback was not as strong as i would of like it to be. The added LED RPM dial was a nice feature to add on the center of the steering wheel letting you know when its time to hit that next shift. In case i forgot to mention before all buttons and paddles can be mapped according to your desire.

    Overall guys this set up does so much i would be here writing at least 2 pages worth. This unit with the amount of customization you can do is sure to please everyone. At the end of the day for me the only flaw i found was the lack of a tilt/height adjustment of the column. But for me that's not that big of a deal anyways as i plan on making my own racing cage with this set up. So is the high price tag worth the buy? Yes and No. If your a part time or average gamer looking to trade out a controller for a wheel just to make handling easier then i would pass on this unit as you can find way cheaper units that do the job and do it well. However if your a big racing fan or gamer looking for that full blown racing experience then this piece is worth every single penny. If you have a cage or planning on buying or building one then i don't even need to tell you that this set up is a must have. Logitech put out a superb wheel and pedal set up with great feedback. Do yourself a favor and pick one up for those long hauls of wheat as you play Truck Simulator.

    Aug 27, 2020 17:49
  • Review by Stlrider26, 10 out of 10

    This has been awesome, better than I expected !!!!

    Feb 12, 2021 16:40
  • Review by JamexRZ, 8 out of 10
    Great racing wheel, but slow support from games.

    This is an amazing quality racing wheel and pedals. It works for both a PS4 (Logitech says is also working on seeing if it will be supported on the upcoming PS5) and PC. I'm using it mainly on a PC.

    I must say the quality is amazing, the wheel feels super sturdy and has realistic amount of force when turning it and feedback. I love the new feature Trueforce, however very few games support it right now, heck even some games have trouble configuring the new wheel. I'n example, Project cars 2, recognizes the wheel and pedals, but everything is out of whack: The clutch was actually the gas pedal, the shifters weren't recognized and the super nice RPM lights would not work. I had to go to the games setup menu and reconfigure the above and then it was just fine (trueforce is not supported). Once I did those steps, it was fine and worked as intended!

    One important thing though, the wheel clamps that attach it to your desk don't open much (big oversight), if your desk has a thickness of more than 1 or 1.5 inches, you will be out of luck, as there is no way to clamp it (and it must be clamped, otherwise the rotational force will make it spin out of control). I had to use it on another desk with my laptop instead of my very nice desktop (49' super ultrawide monitor) due this constraint. I may get one of those nice racing chairs that have mounts for racing wheels in the future.

    Now, onto the pedals. They have real good force on them, feel realistic and the whole assembly stays firmly on the ground. I have carpet and the assembly can be used either on it or hard floor (for carpet it has some "teeth" you can deploy and it will grip carpet no problem).

    As always, many adjustments and calibrations can be done via Logitech's Ghub software. Its very easy and straight forward to use. I love that the racing wheel has rpm indicator lights (when they work).

    I highly recommend this racing wheel, you won't be disappointed, however bare in mind game support just started and only about 3 games fully support it out of the box.

    Aug 29, 2020 17:35
  • 9.2score
    Logitech Driving Force Shifter for Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5 & PlayStation 4 - Black/Silver

    This Logitech Driving Force Shifter allows you to enjoy an authentic racing experience on your PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One or PC by adding realistic shifting action to your racing rig. Features include a six-speed “H” pattern gearbox, leather and steel components and durable built-in clamps and bolt points for secure mounting.

    4 Features
  • Works with G29/G920 Driving Force racing wheels: Driving Force shifter is designed for both G29 and G920 Driving Force racing wheels, completing your racing rig for a more realistic experience.
  • Quality construction: With a solid steel gear shaft, Driving Force shifter is built for precision racing and long-lasting reliability. The knob and boot are covered in high-quality, hand-stitched leather for a high-performance look and feel and a more comfortable, durable experience.
  • Six-speed shifter with push-down reverse: The six-speed “H” shifter moves fluidly and solidly clicks into each gear, helping you execute smooth, accurate gear transitions on hairpin turns and straightaways.
  • Secure mounting: Durable built-in clamps and bolt points allow Driving Force shifter to be mounted securely to a table or racing rig, to minimize shifting or wobbling during aggressive race maneuvers.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by PaulAF, 10 out of 10
    A must have to enjoy racing

    Solid built and it's easy to use, I play mostly Dirt Rally 2.0 and Project Cars 2. Not for F1 fans!

    It's great for an entry level shifter if you don't want to spend hundreds.

    For casual playing is pretty good, but get a rack for the wheel, pedals and shifter. There are some decent ones around ~$100.

    There's only one major cons:

    It's way to easy to shift wrong as it has almost no feedback so when you try to follow the navigator in DR2.0 it's frustrating. There's an almost non-existent tension so you have to pay extra attention when you do fast shifts.

    A small minus is the missing 7th and 8th gear. You can't use it when you drive any car with abovementioned gearing. Not a huge minus, but for certain cars you need to use the pedals on the steering wheel.

    There are some mods out there which make it easier to handle giving a better feedback, but the better ones are too expensive and the cheaper ones are too easy to brake.

    May 29, 2021 12:22
  • Review by Stickshift, 10 out of 10
    Quality product 5 stars

    This is a quality products it works like a dream and feels like a real stick shift it fits in my hand perfectly. If you want to have a good experience with driving games buy this.

    Dec 11, 2020 18:39
  • Review by madman6886, 8 out of 10

    Using with Logitech G920 for Xbox, playing Forza 3. Having shifter is nice, although I do find myself using both this and the paddle shifts sometimes. Definitely nice to have direct route for reverse :) Not liking the push-down for reverse though, all my real cars had/have a pull up collar, but I guess that's too costly to simulate on controller. Pretty happy with it nevertheless.

    Dec 27, 2018 00:01
  • Review by Jonjon, 10 out of 10
    Good shifter

    I was a lil scared at first to buy it but I did an I love it no problems easy to hook up

    Dec 15, 2017 17:48
  • Review by Dcurry, 4 out of 10

    Inaccurate shifts cost me valuable seconds on lap times. Ended up not using it. Modern day cars use paddle shifters anyway so if you really need the old school feel then go for it, otherwise it isn’t necessary.

    Mar 24, 2021 13:33
  • Review by Jonjon, 10 out of 10

    I bought this for my sim rig and I love it until I found a new one and upgraded

    May 11, 2018 18:06
  • Review by Bandit3315, 4 out of 10

    Not what I thought it would be it’s okay but really crazy shift pattern I used it once and now it’s just decoration because I don’t use it at all but it looks good

    Jan 07, 2021 20:51
  • Review by Bigmansavagedan, 10 out of 10
    Nice addition to G29

    I bought this shifter to go along with my G29 race wheel and it doesn't disappoint. This is the first shifter I've ever owned so I can't really compare it to anything else, but from my time with it I'd have to say it does exactly what it's suppose to do. I use it mainly on my ps4 with games like driveclub and project cars. Nice effortless shifting action although the push down reverse takes some getting use to(but how often do you use reverse in driving games). I would definitely recommend looking into mounting it rather than clamping. The clamps are strong, but after buying the wheel stand pro to go along with my setup there is no way I could go back to clamping it down. The wheel stand allows you to use the screw holes on the bottom of the shifter and wheel to screw it down and it doesn't move an inch. The shifter seems very sturdy and well built. I only hope more games come out soon that use it. The only complaints that I would have with this shifter is that it should have came packaged with the G29 for the hefty price tag it carries(399.99). Forking out another 50 bucks on top of that for the shifter is kind of crazy considering that the G27 came with it. Also I wish it had a sequential shift option like the G25 had. It's like your paying more for less. With those small gripes aside let's not forget that this is a review for the shifter alone, and with that being said it's definitely more enjoyable flying through the gears with this baby so i'd have to recommend it for the avid race fan.

    Oct 23, 2015 21:30
  • 9.0score
    Logitech - G920 Driving Force Racing Wheel and pedals for Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PC - Black

    Take the latest racing games titles to the next levelwith G920 Driving Force for the latest Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One™ and PC titles. With realistic dual-motor force feedback and helical gearing for quiet, smooth steering. On-wheel controls and paddle shifters are easy to access so you can make crisp, precise gear transitions. The separate pedal unit gives you natural, responsive control, with a nonlinear brake pedal that mimics the feel of high-performance vehicles. Driving Force is built for comfort and durability with hand-stitched leather and stainless-steel components. Built-in clamps and bolt points keeps Driving Force mounted securely to a table or racing rig, minimizing shifting or wobbling during aggressive maneuvers.

    5 Features
  • Immersive gaming experience: Perfect for Xbox and PC gaming titles, the Driving Force simulates the feeling of driving a real car with precision steering and pressure-sensitive pedals.
  • Premium control: The Driving Force feedback racing wheel provides a detailed simulation of driving a real car, with helical gearing delivering smooth, quiet steering and a hand-stitched leather cover.
  • Customizable pedals: These pressure-sensitive nonlinear brake pedals provide a responsive, accurate braking feel on a sturdy base -with adjustable pedal faces for finer control.
  • 900-degree rotation: Lock-to-lock rotation of the Driving Force means you can turn the wheel around two and a half times, hand over hand on wide turns -just like a real F1 race car.
  • Quality Construction: With solid steel ball bearings in the wheel shaft and stainless-steel paddle shifters and pedals. Durable built-in clamps and bolt points allow Driving Force to be mounted securely to a table or racing rig to minimize shifting or wobbling during aggressive maneuvers.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by NotAHappyCamper, 10 out of 10
    G920 Driving Force Racing Wheel Review

    All in all, the g920 is a pretty good wheel if you’re going for a budget build. If you don’t mind paying $400 I would get the g923. I am using Windows 10 and the g920 Xbox version on a Asus gaming laptop which can run this pretty well. The Brake pedal is quite stiff and has dual motors unlike the newer model g923. The pedals are better on the g923 in that regard. The price on the g920 is still pricey for how long this model has been on the market it most likely would sell better if it was at $150 but that’s my opinion. It’s not the newest model but good for what I wanted. Games I play using this is: Forza Horizon 4, Need for Speed Heat, BeamNG.Drive and the Crew 2 there are most likely more games that are better with this wheel but those are all I have. But like I said before it’s a good wheel for what it’s worth.

    Oct 14, 2021 11:51
  • Review by JonnyBoy4222, 10 out of 10
    Truly Impressive!

    I bought this thing after hearing some good things about it by another co-worker....but i had no idea the level of awesomeness until i tried it for myself!

    The wheel is made of what feels like high quality leather. It is super comfortable to grip, and good grip it slipping. What impresses me the most about the wheel is how real it feels. I play Forza 7, and when a tire(s) looses traction, or half my car goes off the road, i can literally feel it in the steering wheel. The way the wheel vibrates and wants to pull to the sides forcing me to fight it and counter steer.....that's as real as it gets for a racing video game in my opinion!

    In addition, i also purchased the Logitech 6 speed shifter, and i use the clutch on this unit and i find that that puts the "fun level" in an all new category! The shifter is a must have for anyone who wants to really enjoy racing in an ultra real feeling simulator. Just don't forget to set the in game settings to "Manual with clutch" as i just put it on "Manual" not knowing their was a 3rd option. I was wondering why my clutch was not working for a couple races!

    My only complaint was with the break pedal. You had to REALLY put a lot of leg muscle into hitting the breaks. Seems like there is something stopping the break from working completely. Other reviews i read said their is a rubber piece that you can remove. I simply changed the sensitivity settings in game for the break, and that salved the problem perfectly without having to conduct any type of surgery on my new Logitech break unit.

    Overall, if you are a racing fanatic, this is a MUST HAVE HANDS DOWN!!

    Oct 09, 2017 23:38
  • Review by Josh, 10 out of 10
    I don’t play racing games without this

    If you are looking for a steering wheel but thinking should I buy that? You came to the right one. This equipment I feel is top notch. The ingame feel is amazing. I use this in IRacing and won my first race a week ago. (Kinda started two weeks ago) i also bought the gear shifter with it as well. Also a must have. I would advise to have a sturdy desk or surface to put the wheel on. I use a desk and also find a way to mount your foot peddles they will slide on the floor if not. Luckily I have a family wood shop and build a platform for my peddles. Also Best Buy has a huge deal on this. I got the wheel for $219. A 45% discount. The wheel was originally $399 so I got the wheel the shifter and a 2 year geek squad protection for $367 out the door. You want one just wait til it goes back up for sale.

    Jun 26, 2020 22:57
  • Review by Curtis, 10 out of 10
    I like it as my first wheel

    It’s a very nice wheel for me with only a few minor draw backs such as the super stiff brake but this can be worked around in most games by messing with the brake deadzones in most games. In the beginning the Force Feedback is a bit knotchy at first but when it is broken in it feels smoother though some games like Forza are just bad for FFB and wheels in general, which brings me to my next minor drawback which is at no fault to the wheel is in more Arcady games like forza the steering can feel vague and your lap times will be worse on the wheel than the controller so I wouldn’t recommend this for Forza however I would strongly recommend this wheel for racing sims as it is more consistent, immersive, and MAY REDUCE LAP TIMES which is awesome. You can be more precise in the steering with the wheel and makes sims like Project Cars more accessible. Oh almost forgot, one last drawback is the LSB and RSB buttons don’t appear to work but can be worked around by having your controller on at the same time to use the RS and LS buttons since the can be used at the same time.

    Jun 28, 2019 21:23
  • Review by madman6886, 10 out of 10
    This thing is awesome!

    Finally cracked this open after getting a sweet $189 deal for black friday. Playing Forza 3 on Xbox One S - light and day vs regular controller. I've got the manual shifter as well, but the paddle shifters on the wheel are surprisingly good - so I am kind of using both :)

    Dec 26, 2018 23:32
  • Review by AmericanFreedomRacing, 10 out of 10
    Love it

    It’s nearly like driving a real car but we’re steering assist on it’s like driving a Tesla get out of control you just let the steering wheel do it’s thing

    Jan 03, 2020 23:41
  • Review by DRIVERFOUND1, 10 out of 10
    Great buy ! FEEDBACK IS REAL

    Love it. Great buy. Takes your gaming to next level. Add the shifter an off you go !!! Force feedback is great feels as real as it gets ..

    Aug 02, 2019 18:03
  • Review by Kris, 10 out of 10

    Got the wheel and shifter for 200. Typical Logitech quality, works well. Fun with for a 7.

    Nov 15, 2017 18:12
  • 9.0score
    Thrustmaster - T150 RS Racing Wheel for PlayStation 4 and PC; Works with PS5 games

    Get behind the wheel of your favorite games with this Thrustmaster force feedback gaming wheel. It includes pedals so that you can accelerate and brake with precision, and paddles on the center console make it easy to change gear. The 1080-degree force feedback ensures this Thrustmaster gaming wheel feels almost like the real thing.

    8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by chicagorandy, 10 out of 10
    Good value racing wheel

    The force feedback is terrific, super easy to use and my PS4 recognized the pedals and wheel without issue. I'd say it is a good value at this price point, seems to be sufficiently robust and has all the features needed for racing sims. The package combines to make for a very immersive sim experience. I've combined it with an economy racing stand and an old flat screen TV on a budget table.

    Jan 22, 2021 16:28
  • Review by BugDude0, 8 out of 10
    Not Bad

    The wheel itself is great. Very responsive. Works perfectly with the PSVR. The pedals are great, except they are kind of close together. They have a little cheaper plastic feel, but work fine. You might want to weight them down or mount them. When I’m driving hard, the pedals sometimes come off the ground.

    Apr 12, 2019 18:41
  • Review by Fatherof2, 8 out of 10
    Great for the game it works for

    This steering wheel is amazing. first wheel i ever bought for PS4 and love it. The only draw back is it only works for VERY select games otherwise it would be 5 stars. Wish it was wireless but still overall great product.

    Jan 15, 2017 14:07
  • Review by Damonmath, 10 out of 10
    Excellent wheel for PS4/MAME!

    I was looking for wheel that could work across as many systems as possible. This one came the closest without breaking my wallet. I enjoy racing games on both my PS4 and Hyperspin arcade. I upgraded the standard 2 pedals with a 3 pedal setup and added the shifter. Together with a driving rig, I own a driving arcade that works on all my racing games. The force feedback is reliable on PS4 and the ability to play arcade classics like Crusin' USA on MAME on PC is the absolute best. The TMX wheel works on Xbox One, but I only own Forza 7 and haven't purchased that wheel yet. Love my T150!

    Apr 13, 2018 16:30
  • Review by Stemcellboss, 10 out of 10
    Excellent product.

    This steering wheel is awesome! Feels so real. I never liked driving games until I got this item. It well worth the money.

    Sep 24, 2021 19:29
  • Review by Blake, 8 out of 10
    Good Wheel

    I got this wheel as an experiment. Never had a Thrustmaster wheel and all I can say is I’m quite impressed by the force feedback, but after just a week, a clicking noise started when turning left, affected gameplay, and was scared my wheel would catch fire like My Stoner Mind’s wheel, a month into owning it and the sound is gone? Im probably gonna get a logi wheel next time.

    Oct 14, 2021 01:16
  • Review by Chrsp42, 8 out of 10
    Thrustmaster steering wheel

    I’ve only been able to use it a couple times as i found out i have some shoulder issues that need to have sister in but it is a good wheel at a great price. I’ve been looking for a stand to mount it in but as my shoulder is waiting for surgery I’ve slowed down trying to get one.

    Oct 12, 2021 09:28
  • Review by StarLord24, 8 out of 10
    Good steering wheel, with force feedback and pedal

    Good steering wheel, with force feedback and pedals for under $200. I'm a novice in the sim racing world, but I did alot of research and found this to be the best budget beginner wheel. Best Buy was the only once to carry it in stock near me and they even had it ready for same day pickup. Dont bother with a wheel that doesn't provide force feedback, if your a beginner, this is the one!

    Jun 14, 2021 09:43
  • 8.8score