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Buttons & Controls: 1 x + Button, 1 x - Button, 1 x 24-Point Selection Dial, 1 x Accelerator, 1 x Brake Pedal, 1 x Clutch Pedal, 1 x D-pad, 1 x L2 Button, 1 x L3 Button, 1 x Options Button, 1 x PlayStation Button, 1 x R2 Button, 1 x R3 Button
Force Feedback: Yes
Platform Supported: PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4
Weight (Approximate): 3 lb
Green Compliant: Yes
Green Compliance Certificate/Authority: RoHS, WEEE
Limited Warranty: 2 Year
Overall Customer Rating
4.4 (81 Reviews)
91% of customers recommend this product.
Excellent racing wheel
Posted by: trlwnc from: on
I waited for for almost 10 years to decide that I wanted a racing wheel. When I looked at the options, I could really only afford one of the options. I simply can't afford $800.00.
So, I saw reviews on of the wheels available. I could have bought a cheaper wheel, but the T80 was an absolutely worthless pile of nothing, and the T150 didn't inspire me that it was the best choice.
I decided to not go for a $500 or more wheel that probably couldn't connect to the PS4. All of these decisions boiled down to two options. The T300 or the G29.
I looked at the reviews, and I looked at the companies.
It came down to this:
The T300 is new, unproven, and has a LOT of major problems.
But the G29, while based on a 10 year old blueprint, is proven, reliable, and made by a (mostly) good company.
So, I saved up and bought it. I am not the most active in racing right now, but I have put some time in on it. It is much more powerful and much more accurate than my DFGT. The increase in data points has also created an increase in smoothness. It's really quite nice!
I mounted it on my wheel stand that I built a few years ago. It's very, very simple. I bought a 6 foot 2 X 6, a 6 foot 2 X 4, and a 6 foot 1.25 X 6. I cut them into 24 inch sections, I put the 3 2 X 6 sections as the base, and screwed them together. I put two of the 2 X 4 sections as uprights, then put the 1.25 X 6 section on top to lock the wheel onto.
The extra pieces were used to add triangulation bracing. One important thing was to keep the cord coming out of the pedals from smashing up against the back of the stand. I put some triangulation at the end to keep the pedals away from the back.
The one thing I did not do was tie the chair into the frame. This allows the stand to move away when I am getting excited. But, it is compact enough I can easily store it out of the way, which keeps the others in my house happy (er) ;)
10 out of 10 found this review helpful.
A durable wheel for pro sim racers
Posted by: TomSyntex from: Houston, TX on
I ultimately chose this over the Thrustmaster T300 due to reliability concerns, and it works well so far after one month with the PS3 and Gran Turismo 6.
Force feedback is not that strong, but it's smoother and MUCH quieter than the Driving Force GT. The LED shift indicator lights do not work with the PS3 games I tried (GT6, F1 2012, and DiRT 3), and neither do any stick shifter attachments, but it does have support for both PS4 and PC.
Pedals are high in quality but the brake pedal is VERY stiff and requires quite a bit of foot force to push it down for full braking power.
I also think the "Options" and "Share" buttons could be better placed as I occasionally hit the PS button on accident instead of the "option" button when trying to pause a race.
Despite these minor issues, this is still a really good wheel for those who want to ready themselves for a PS4 OR currently have a PS4.
5 out of 6 found this review helpful.
Great for iracing on PC
Posted by: DaButcher from: Kansas City on
Easy to install on PC, works as described. Great action in the wheel
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Very good wheel
Posted by: ZapAWC from: on
I spent a lot of time looking into force feedback wheels. I own an Xbox one but opted for the PS4 version since I play most of my games on the PC. Both wheels work fine with the PC. The PS4 version (This one) has more buttons available and the shift lights. So for the exact same price this wheel is a better value. This inconsistency is the one thing that stopped me from giving 5 stars. The wheel is well made and in game I can feel the tires losing grip when the wheel switches to a lighter amount of pull. It's quite flexible with all the adjustments available in the Logitech software. So far it's been very solid and has helped me improve my lap times.
5 out of 7 found this review helpful.
For total control
Posted by: lphieoj from: Miami, FL on
Great controller. It is expensive though but for ultimate control in racing this is the controller.
You need to pair it with the stick shift which is an optional buy.
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Real driving experience
Posted by: jenny from: Austin, Texas on
Good wheel and foot action. Good feedback from both the steering wheel and the pedals. Fun.
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Mustangtina2 from: on
This wheel and pedal set is very nice. Responsive and feels realistic. The brake pedal actually has tension like a brake. I got the shifter with mine which makes it even better. We mounted ours on brackets with a seat.
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
So far so good
Posted by: SciFiguy from: on
Used on a PC for project cars right now, have drive club on PS4 as well. I bought this as I couldn't find the older version used at a low cost. I broke down and have been happy so far. The only complaint is the price point.
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Limited in Functionality
Posted by: sharpeye14 from: on
The Logitech - G29 Driving Force Racing Wheel for the PlayStation 4 looks very appealing and boast some nice features but its usefulness is severely limited for the current racing titles. I bought this with hopes of playing a few of the racing titles (NFS & Drive club primarily) for the PS4. I was disappointed in several features of the hardware:
1. USB cable must be connected to the console - the cord is short. You could leverage a USB cable extender. But that shouldn't be required. In my opinion, this should be wireless (IR or Bluetooth).
2. The standard PS4 controller buttons on the wheel do not always function as they should (XO∆ 'Option', etc.) e.g. when you insert NFS and attempt to operate the console or navigate the menus of the game using the wheel, you get no response from the directional buttons, nor any other input buttons except for the PS button to return to the Home Screen of the console.
3. There is no list of compatibility regarding current game titles.
4. The mounting brackets on the bottom of the steering wheel have limited range. I could not mount it to a desk that is approx. ~ 2" thick. It was just maybe 2/3 of an inch too thick.
There are several positives to this accessory, however they do not outweigh the caveats in my opinion. Especially for the price point of this device. I did get it on sale which saved some money, but it is still too expensive for the limitations. This device should cost no more than $100 dollars, max. Not $300.
The only game I was able to fully operate with this accessory was Drive Club. It's useless for Drive Club Bikes, but the standard car simulator works great.
The wheel and pedals (Accelerator, Brake, & Clutch) and very responsive. The paddle-shifters are a nice touch too, and are also very responsive. Really puts you in the drivers seat. You can use the clutch to initiate drifts (as you could in a real vehicle) and gear up or down, which is a nice feature. Turning with the wheel, while very responsive, can feel a bit stiff at higher speeds when entering a corner. At first I thought it could have been just me, but my friends and kids thought the same thing when they played as well.
In summary, the Logitech - G29 Driving Force Racing Wheel for PlayStation 4 has the potential to be a very nice accessory for the PS4 console if the vendor corrects the problems and updates the compatible titles. It is a bit pricey for it to only fully work with one game.
5 out of 9 found this review helpful.
Enjoying it everyday!
Posted by: sghag from: on
I am enjoying the G29 set (Wheel+pedals+shifter) everyday! i am really happy with my purchase. I was delighted, especially because with the purchase of Racing wheel and pedals I received the G29 shifter Free!. G29 set meets my expectation. Works perfectly fine with Dirt Rally!