|Package Dimensions||44.29 x 33.4 x 32.4 cm; 7.3 Kilograms|
|Hardware Platform||Desktop, Xbox one|
|Item Weight||7.3 kg|
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Logitech G920 Driving Force Racing Wheel & Pedals Plus Gear Shifter Bundle (Xbox One & PC) UK-Plug
|Bundle List Price:||£348.99|
|Bundle Price:||£267.49 & FREE Returns|
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|Compatible devices||PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|
|Controller type||Paddle, Pedals|
|Item package quantity||1|
|Hardware Platform||Desktop, Xbox one|
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- Works with Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One
- Driving Force is designed for the latest Xbox One console racing game titles
- Driving Force handles the stress of racing action and is built for long-lasting reliability ; solid steel ball bearings in the wheel shaft and stainless steel paddle shifters and pedals make G920 the long-distance race wheel ; it's covered in high-quality, hand-stitched leather
- Device Type : mounts securely to a racing rig
- Six speeds with push-down reverse gear
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|Hardware Platform||Desktop, xbox one||xbox_one, Desktop||xbox_one, Desktop, PC||PlayStation 4, Desktop, PC||Xbox One||Xbox Series X|
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 19 September 2018
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Edit Jan 2020 - now 3 years later and it's still working perfectly, not really run into any new issues that I can think of so still very much recommended
Edit September 2020 - After 3 and a half years, the potentiometer in the throttle has finally given out. However, if you have a soldering iron and a little experience this is pretty easy to fix, and the replacement part is pretty cheap. I honestly can't fault it too much though, potentiometers don't last forever and I used it a LOT in those 3 and a half years, and continue to use it after a fairly simple fix
I've held off on reviewing this because I wanted to give it a proper testing, and I've now been using this pretty heavily for a year (largely drifting on Assetto Corsa with some racing here and there, so it's gone through some pretty strenuous testing), and it's so far held up almost perfectly (more on that in a moment). I upgraded from a DFGT, and the FFB is a huge improvement from that, and having a clutch is a huge advantage. I would have liked a few more buttons though, the G29 is much more similar to the DFGT in terms of buttons but I chose this one because it looks less like a toy. Also, I really miss the stick shifter from the DFGT, it sucked as a shifter but it made a great hand brake so it would have been nice to see it return on this.
The biggest problem I encountered is one I've seen a lot in the reviews, so it appears to be a fairly common fault, and that's that after a while the wheel started to develop a squeak when turning left. It was beyond the return period for Amazon however so I decided to just stick with it, it was irritating but the wheel still worked. HOWEVER, after a little while the squeak disappeared again, and it's now working perfectly, so my guess is it's just brand new bearings that needed to be broken in a little. If the problem comes back then I'll edit this, but so far so good.
Another problem was the brake pedal. Some people despise the brake on this, saying it's impossible to use, and I'll admit that when I first got it I was basically unable to use the brakes because they were so stiff, I would press on it and my chair would just roll backwards. However, after some use (and jamming something behind the wheels of my chair, lol) the rubber bumper has softened up and I now don't have any real problems with it, I actually like the feel of it, because the amount of pressure required increases through the travel range you quickly learn to gauge how hard you need to press the pedal, rather than just how far, so it's a little more intuitive if you're used to real brakes (though it's important to note that it still doesn't feel like a real hydraulic brake pedal, it just behaves a little more like one than a simple sprung pedal). And if you don't like it, you can simply remove the rubber bumper and the pedals will be basically identical to the G27
Another thing I noticed is that it does get a little hot when being used heavily. As I said earlier the main use it has seen has been drifting, which puts the motors under a lot more stress than usual, and I have noticed that the casing can start to become a little warm, though so far it hasn't caused any problems, I just let it cool down for a minute or so every now and then if it's being used heavily.
Using it on Win 10 as well, I saw a few 1 star reviews saying it doesn't work on Win 10 but I assure you that it does, and has done flawlessly for the past year.
All in all, while this wheel did have a few problems, I would probably still recommend it, you could buy a cheaper wheel but they're generally not worth it. Another decent alternative in the same price bracket is the Thrustmaster TMX Pro. Both are good choices (Edit - the TMX Pro is now pretty expensive compared to this)
I also bought the shifter that you can get for this, and I have to say I'm pretty impressed with it for the price. It did initially feel a little flimsy, but after almost a year of use it still hasn't failed at all. The amount of force required is nothing compared to a real shifter, and you obviously can't feel when the gear doesn't engage properly (though that is a fault common to basically every shifter), so it doesn't feel entirely realistic, but it is so much more immersive using it, even if using the paddles is slightly faster it's worth it for the sense of really driving the car that it gives you. For the shifter alone I would probably also give it 4 stars, with the caveat that if you want as much realism as possible then this probably isn't for you since it does feel so light, so probably 2-3 stars for someone only concerned with realism
He uses it for both his PC and his X-box and it's compatible for all his racing games.
He was showing off the other day showing how it calibrates each time you switch it on- and my mum has barely seen him since it was delivered.....
I can't say too much about it as I don't play those types of games- but this steering wheel has made a 54 year old man child extremely happy!
The main issue is that there is far too much feedback from the wheel with the default settings meaning that controlling the car was almost impossible for both my kids, despite them having played Forza a considerable amount. We also quickly found that it was necessary to use manual gears because otherwise there's no way to reverse!
I spent some time looking on the web for some basic/simple settings that would enable the kids to play. The Logitech support site was pretty useless and all the articles and videos (aimed at geeks who spend all their time playing xbox) go into the many advanced settings and basically conclude that you need to spend hours of your life configuring the various wheel settings!
I'm sure we will get it working eventually, but I had expected the wheel to be far easier to use (without having to adjust advanced settings) with one of the most popular driving games.
So to conclude, if you are looking at this wheel as an option for kids, then I would suggest thinking carefully before buying.
After spending several hours trying to get this wheel working adequately with Forza Horizon, I was still unable to control the car adequately. Given that I don't wish to spend hours of my life tweaking advanced wheel settings, it's now been returned.