Logitech racing wheel is available in different models and designs to suit your requirements.
Racing games are much more realistic than before, so it makes sense to play them with the steering wheel and pedals instead of the control panel. Of course, such as Project CARS, Forza 6 and Driveclub received realistic steering wheel support. But which one is better? What will give you the best feel, power feedback and pedals? Well, the answer is right here.
Logitech G920 for Xbox One/PC
This is almost a brilliant wheel. Even though brake pedal is smooth wheel is stiff . It appears that it isn’t just the unit I tried, either – lots of reviews and forum threads are saying the same thing. Require hardly any force to get to 20% braking, however good amount of pressure with your foot (enough to tilt the chair you’re sitting on) to actually get the car to stop and locking the wheels.
If you’re feeling adventurous, you can void your warranty and take out/modify the rubber block underneath it to fix the problem, but you shouldn’t have to. In most games, you can map the controls so that the clutch pedal is the brake pedal instead, but – again – you shouldn’t have to (and Forza 6 only lets you sub out the clutch for the handbrake). So… I wouldn’t recommend this right now. Except the stiffness the rest part of the wheel is great. Just be warned that it’s a lot of money to pay for something you might not actually be able to use seriously.
Logitech G29 for PS4/PS3/PC
The G29 however was a preferred gadget of racing fans for years because of obvious reasons. If there was no pedal problem it would have been a better choice.It is available online at different websites.
Logitech Driving Force GT (PS3/PS2)
This is a fantastic wheel, particularly if you’re using it with Gran Turismo 3, 4, 5, or 6. If offers great quality even if it is not comparable with modern wheels. It has a clicker wheel to adjust traction control and the button in the middle is even a horn. The pedals are of plastic like and the paddle shift is limited to two chubby buttons behind the wheel instead of actual paddles, but there is an up/down gear stick included which works well. It’s all great fun and works with PS2 as well as PS3. What a shame it isn’t compatible with PS4.