Forza Horizon 3 is finally available for the general public. You can now engage in nerve-racking races, push the pedal to the medal and eclipse competition. Select your favorite car, and do everything you can to be the first to pass the finish line.
A fast car is essential if you want to win the race. Also, a reliable wheel can give you an extra boost, allowing you to better control the vehicle. It’s important to know what the wheels supported by Forza Horizon 3 on Windows 10 PCs are because this allows you to avoid annoying situations when can’t properly control the car.
Forza Horizon 3 supports the following wheels:
- Thrustmaster T150
- Thrustmaster T500 RS
- Thrustmaster TMX V1
- Thrustmaster TMX V2
- Thrustmaster T300RS
- Thrustmaster TX
- Thrustmaster RGT
- Logitech MOMO Force Feedback Racing Wheel
- Logitech G920
- Logitech G929
- Logitech G25
- Logitech G27
The Logitech G27 and the Thrustmaster TX wheels, as well as other TX variants, can be used, but they have some limitations with their in-game functionality. In other words, these wheel support the default settings, but gamers may experience issues when using customized settings.
The good news is that additional wheels, such as the Fanatec wheels, will soon be supported thanks to a series of updates that will be pushed to Windows 10. These updates will also bring improvements for the wheels currently supported. For example, gamers already reported the Logitech G25 wheel has FFB issues on tarmac, and it is very poor even on dirt roads.
For the time being, Forza Horizon 3 supports only 12 wheels, which disappointed many fans:
The lack of better wheel support on PC is very disappointing.
There is no decent support for Fanatec most recent models, so what are the people with $600 Fanatec GT2 & GT3 are supposed to do? throw them out the window and go buy “the new one”?
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