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List of Logitech Racing Wheels compatible games

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Logitech_Racing_Wheels_compatible_games

 

List of lan Racing games:

http://langamelist.com/index.php?search=racing&p_min=&p_max=&p_samepc_min=&r_min=&r_max=&offline=yes&s1=&so1=DESC&s2=&so2=DESC&s3=&so3=DESC

 

Post your favorite racing games and your setups! Share your wheel settings!

 

Has anyone tested one of these yet? Brook Ras1ution.

https://www.amazon.com/Ras1ution-Evolution-Converter-Compatible-PlayStation-4/dp/B082MHJ2CC?ref_=ast_sto_dp

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Fixing problems with the G29/920 Logitech steering wheels:

 

(Missing settings usefull for older games and some newer games)

 

Source:

Logitech-G29-Solution-for-missing-driver-settings-in-Logitech-Gaming-Software
 

Code:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Logitech\Gaming Software\DriverSettings

DamperStrength, SpringStrength and OverallStrength, the three missing settings in the Logitech Gaming Software are there and are all set to 100% (10000=100%).

Just edit the entries and set them to 0. You may also edit the FFB overall strength a little bit up but remember to lower FFB strength ingame to compensate (the value 10500 means 105%).

 

  • NFS Games think I’m constantly holding the down arrow key, making the menus impossible to navigate!

(Happens on g29 also)

Problem:

So I just got a Logitech G920 wheel and wanted to try some older NFS games such as Underground 1, Most Wanted and Carbon. All of these games detect my wheel and let me remap, but there’s a problem.

When my wheel is plugged in, the games think I’m constantly holding the down arrow key, making the menus impossible to navigate. I’ve tried searching for this issue with nothing found. Is there any possible fix for this issue?

Solution:

Press the clutch down halfway.

For Underground that worked, but not for Most Wanted and Carbon. For those I have to press the gas halfway and that only works in the menus.

 

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  • 1 year later...

RCPS3 supports logitech wheels if you use the USB passthrough method with RPCS3. The FFB seems to function the same as on my arcade version, and feels really good. 

 

PCSX2 https://github.com/jackun/USBqemu-wheel/releases

 

XENIA 360 - Does anyone know how to get proper G29 controls on Xenia yet I cant find one thing on the internet about it, One guy made a keyboard mouse XENIA fork for the Goldeneye007 leaked game. Hey Boomslang is it possible to implement your code into a Xenia release would be awesome. I would absolutly do it myself if I had ANY code experience.

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  • 4 months later...
On 20/02/2021 at 4:23 AM, djd said:

RCPS3 supports logitech wheels if you use the USB passthrough method with RPCS3. The FFB seems to function the same as on my arcade version, and feels really good. 

 

PCSX2 https://github.com/jackun/USBqemu-wheel/releases

 

XENIA 360 - Does anyone know how to get proper G29 controls on Xenia yet I cant find one thing on the internet about it, One guy made a keyboard mouse XENIA fork for the Goldeneye007 leaked game. Hey Boomslang is it possible to implement your code into a Xenia release would be awesome. I would absolutly do it myself if I had ANY code experience.

Are there any downsides to using the USB pass through method for RPCS3?

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