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Logitech - G920 Driving Force Racing Wheel for Xbox One and Windows - Black-Front_Standard

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Rating 4.5 out of 5 stars with 408 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Truly Impressive!

    Posted
    JonnyBoy4222
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    I bought this thing after hearing some good things about it by another co-worker....but i had no idea the level of awesomeness until i tried it for myself! The wheel is made of what feels like high quality leather. It is super comfortable to grip, and good grip it has...no slipping. What impresses me the most about the wheel is how real it feels. I play Forza 7, and when a tire(s) looses traction, or half my car goes off the road, i can literally feel it in the steering wheel. The way the wheel vibrates and wants to pull to the sides forcing me to fight it and counter steer.....that's as real as it gets for a racing video game in my opinion! In addition, i also purchased the Logitech 6 speed shifter, and i use the clutch on this unit and i find that that puts the "fun level" in an all new category! The shifter is a must have for anyone who wants to really enjoy racing in an ultra real feeling simulator. Just don't forget to set the in game settings to "Manual with clutch" as i just put it on "Manual" not knowing their was a 3rd option. I was wondering why my clutch was not working for a couple races! My only complaint was with the break pedal. You had to REALLY put a lot of leg muscle into hitting the breaks. Seems like there is something stopping the break from working completely. Other reviews i read said their is a rubber piece that you can remove. I simply changed the sensitivity settings in game for the break, and that salved the problem perfectly without having to conduct any type of surgery on my new Logitech break unit. Overall, if you are a racing fanatic, this is a MUST HAVE HANDS DOWN!!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Very Nice!

    Posted
    JimA

    I'm really impressed with this controller. When I tell people I spent this much on a "video game" thing they are all surprised I would spend this much. This is not a toy! It's made of steel parts and is leather wrapped and every bit as strong and has the quality of a real steering wheel, it's worth every bit of it's price. You need to clamp it down tight on a solid desk, the force feedback is strong. The build quality of this is top notch. Same with the shifter, it's leather wrapped and has steel parts. What I find really good about this wheel also is it's ergonomics. I can attach it to the desk front but it's thin enough below to still use the keyboard tray so I can still use the PC for other tasks. The pedals are also very solid and heavy again with steel parts and strong springs, they feel real. the base is heavy but I still found it necessary to wedge the shipping box behind them against the wall to keep them from moving. It installs very easy and with the games I've used, Forza 7 and Project Cars 2 which are automatically mapped so there is very little setup required, just plug and play. It's nice too that the devices connect to one another and then all share only one USB

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Nope

    Posted
    RJTeeter
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    I spent along time adjusting settings and researching which settings to use for an array of racing games such as Forza7, H3, H4, Asseto Corsa and Project Cars 2. I've had this wheel for over a year now with huge amount of hours wasted thinking I just need to learn it and seat time will improve the situation. It worked ok with Horizon 4 but handling is no where near what it's like in real life. Drifting in Forza now results in the wheel losing position and being about 20 degrees tilted to the left when the car wheels are straight. It also seems like there is some sort of struggle between the game settings and the logitech app settings. Not to mention that 90% of the time the wheel goes into a seizure every time I start up my pc. It pulls it's self to the left and right at a high speed until I grab it and steady it. Sometimes I have to unplug it to get it to stop. This has been, by far one my largest wastes of money that I can recall to date. I would definitely steer clear of this setup and seek a better, more reputable option. I don't have any complaints with the pedal (stiff brake is there but didn't bother me that much). It is very difficult to find reverse with the shifter. This amplifies the steering annoyance as I should rarely need reverse if the steering wheel input/response was anything like real life.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Awesome, after brake pedal mod

    Posted
    Ghost
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    I bought this wheel because I pretty much had 2 options for the XBOne, this wheel or the Thrustmaster TX. The Thrustmaster had very mixed reviews, and I have had good experience with Logitech products in the past, so I leaned towards this one. This wheel/pedal set uses very nice materials, and I would actually venture to say that I like the feel of this better than the Fanatec CSR which this replaced. I do, however, prefer the belt drive in the Fanatec, as it is very smooth. The gears in this wheel make it just a tad rougher and a little louder than the CSR. But the wheel is solid, the leather wrap is awesome, the buttons are very good, and it has the full 3 pedal set, all of which are aluminum. The problem with this wheel came when I approached the first corner and stepped on the brake. Logitech did this interesting non-linear brake pedal design where the pedal moves freely about 15%, then it becomes ridiculously heavy. Now, I have never driven an F1 car or anything like that, but I have never had to push the brake pedal that hard in my real car. The nice thing is that the little carpet grip thing on the bottom of the pedal base holds very tight, so I could literally push my chair back and the pedals wouldn't move. Fortunately, the brake pedal issue is easy to fix. If you take the pedal base apart (it just screws together) and remove the brake pedal, you will find a little rubber block floating inside the spring. Remove this rubber block, then put pedals back together, and then you can actually enjoy the race. Just make sure you don't over-brake, as that becomes possible after you remove the block.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good Quality Product

    Posted
    JasonR

    I picked this up for $199 as a part of Best Buy's Black Friday deal I stumbled upon as it wasn't publicly advertised. I've considered purchasing this wheel/pedal setup for a while, but that price sealed the deal. I did a fair amount of reading on feedback/reviews before buying, so I pretty much knew what to expect, regardless of pricing. My primary feedback is basically identical to nearly everyone else's: The brake pedal is overly stiff with the hard rubber block they installed inside the coil spring. For the time being, I've been able to use in-game sensitivity adjustment with Forza Motorsport 6 to make it a bit more "user friendly". I haven't tried it with Project Cars or Forza Horizon yet, but I've seen people making adjustments as well before installing a different spring to better suit their need. Logitech clearly has a good reputation for selling a good quality product and this doesn't fall short there. The aluminum paddle shifters feel nice and the leather wrapped steering wheel is a nice bonus as well. The pedals have non-slip rubber nubs on them and they don't seem to be placed too close together that you bump them if you are wearing a wide shoe. Heel-toe throttle blipping is possible, but takes a bit of practice with this setup. All in all, this is a good wheel/pedal combo and I'd definitely recommend it to anyone who is serious about simulation racing games. I would give it a full 5 stars if it wasn't for the minor brake pedal stiffness issue.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    A must for driving simulators

    Posted
    DHJohn
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    I purchased this wheel, along with a Raceroom race seat, and it makes Forza 6, and Project Cars an absolute blast to play. With both games the wheel, and or pedals will need to be calibrated to your preference. The brake pedal is firm, but I works perfect for me in both games. I like having the brake pedal stiff. For me the brake pedal feels more accurate, and easier to control under hard barking. The steering wheel, and pedal set look and feel like a very high quality product. The price may seem high, but you get what you pay for, and I very happy with the purchase. I have read reviews about the force feed back not being strong enough,and I would have to disagree. in both Project Cars, and Forza 6 I had to turn it down, more so with Forza6. I was using the Thrustmaster steering wheel & pedal set (non force feedback) prior to buying the Logitech steering wheel. This is the only thing I have to compare to besides the xbox controller. The Logitech wheel hands down is superior to both. I feel the Logitech is great if/when your ready to take your racing to the next level.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great intro setup for the money !!

    Posted
    Monkey69
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    Overall, solid racing setup. It starts as a good setup that with some modifications and calibrations make it a great setup. If you're not sure if racing is your thing, get this. It's one of the cheapest full setups you'll find for the money and won't totally break the bank. I for one will probably upgrade, but this bridges the gap nicely. The Wheel - Very good quality materials, paddle shifters responsive and sturdy, decent force feedback. Since I use this for Project Cars 2, I applied the almost mandatory Jack Spade profile, which made the FF excellent. Others have stated this saved the game for them. The pedals - Sturdy, somewhat heavy plastic base, good quality pedals with a good throw... except...the brake pedal. At first I thought it was broken, but then did some research. Logitech was trying to emulate a real brake pedal which has more resistance. I just did a recalibrate on it and it does indeed feel more realistic. I give light pressure for normal braking, and if I need to slam the brakes and lock up the wheels, I have to put some leg into it. I like that. People it's not hard, there is calibration and there are mods. Luckily, I didn't need to mod it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Do Not Buy

    Posted
    Gallium83

    Once you get it out of the box the only instructions telling you where to download the drivers is a small down arrow symbol with a web address for support. This biggest glaring problem with this wheel is the brake pedal. It has this new "feature" where they put a rubber stopper in it to simulate a real break pedal. It’s so hard you cant even physically push down the pedal enough to get full breaking. Even after going into the game settings and maxing out the break bias so it doesn't take much to get full breaking, my ankle is throbbing after only 10 minutes of use. No matter what surface you have the pedals on they slide and move all over the place. There is even a rubber stopper on the bottom that pops out with teeth to grip into things. No use... So I went looking to see if others had this problem and sure enough post galore! So I figured I would just go into the configuration and swap the controls so that the clutch is the break and the break is the clutch… NOPE! Logitech wont let you swap them in the program configuration. So after more digging people have tutorials on how to open the base and physically swap the break and the clutch mechanisms. Which voids the warranty on your brand new 400 dollar wheel and pedal set up. You would think that on a device like this it would have been refined of any of these problems. I can not and will not suggest this product to anyone.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Repackaged as new by BB and Didn't Work

    Posted
    Bluespower
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    Very Disappointed in BB. I ordered on BB.com and received an obviously repackaged item which had the same problems that someone else returned it with. I really wanted this wheel to work for me since I have arthritis in my left hand (thumb) which limits my play. The wheel I received did not show in my xbox accessories and the games it did show up in controllers was a different wheel in all accept one. Out of 7 games I have that were listed as compatible only 2 had a working reverse. In the others if I went head on into anything it was game over. I only had one game that it worked in and I could control it and enjoy racing. In other games I couldn't move the wheel even a 1/4" without it going into a screeching slide and unable to control. I returned it and refuse to purchase another wheel from BB or Logitech. I'll stick with my basic controller which I am good at and suffer thru my pain when I can. I have no idea what a properly working G920 feels like.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great wheel for starters or experienced gamers

    Posted
    Gamer6464
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    The G920 performs effortlessly and has consistent force feed back that’s strong, while feeling smoothe. The pedals are well constructed, they have a solid feeling and proper amount of force is needed to apply braking, clutch and acceleration. I use the wheel and shifter for American trucker simulator and it works great. It’s so fun floating gears and rev matching to produce a shift with no grind. The shifter feel great for the price of right around 50 dollars the shifter is a gift, it completes the package. I use the paddle shifters to engage low/ high range gears and the left paddle shifter for “splitting the gears”. Can’t wait to play some racing games!! I haven’t encounter a problem with the wheel other than my lack of having an pre fabbed mount device like a racing seat or cockpit, so for now I’m using an end table! The mounts on the devices themselves are great Expect the pedals to slide on you if you have it on carpet or other obvious surfaces. Have fun and enjoy

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Fun addon, but has a few problems

    Posted
    tht1kd
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    First off, just want to say this is drastically overpriced. Paying as much as a console (or over) is ridiculous. If you can get it on sale I recommend it, but would not pay the normal price of $400 for it. Always, enough griping about the price. Overall I have enjoyed using this on Forza 5, 6, and Forza Horizon 3 on the XBox. I have not tried it yet on the PC, but will update if I purchase a game that supports it. I only really have 2 issues with this. 1) The USB cable is short (when using it on console) as it is only 6ft. 2) The brake pedal is very hard (it has a piece of foam underneath to simulate a mechanical pedal). tl;dr: Pros: Fun addition and nice to have force feedback steering wheel pedal. Cons: - Brake Pedal - 6ft USB cable - Price Other thoughts: - Can fix cable by ordering an extension cable. (I know they probably did it because sending a 16ft cable is out of USB 2.0 spec, but still) - Brake pedal can also be fixed by opening it up, but that voids the 2 yr warranty. (Look up youtube videos to see how its done) - Steering wheel requires external power from USB.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Definitely makes driving games more fun

    Posted
    Ryugaiden
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    The Logitech G920 driving wheel is pretty nice and made of quality materials. it has anodized aluminum leather wrapped steering wheel, stainless paddle shifters and pedals and appears to be built well and feels like it will be durable. The wheel was pretty frustrating at first because Xbox messed up its connectivity until the Xbox preview program bugs were fixed, however, Xbox has made corrections and the unit works great now. The brake has a plastic insert that makes it hard to push down, but I am getting used to it and have adjusted Forza 6 in game settings to make fully engaging the brakes possible. The is a little dead spot at center during driving but it isn't to noticeable or objectionable. I have the Logitech stick shift and love using the clutch and gear shift. I can hold the gears longer. I rate took one star off my rating due to the price and the need to purchase the $60.00 shifter separately.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Did not work, no customer Support

    Posted
    Rudyjo

    No problem with Best Buy, problem is with Logitech. This is made mainly for Xbox, things need to be done to get it to work on a PC. It comes with no instructions on what to do to get it to work, I downloaded the manual, again not a word on how to get it to work on a PC. I tried to install an update thinking maybe that would help, the download would not install, saying the wheel must be connected to the computer, it was connected. I returned the wheel and Best Buy has ordered another one. I put in a claim with Logitech stating that they should provide instructions on how to set it up to work on a PC. After 4 days I got a reply from them. Their answer was...."Both the G29 and G920 have dual motors that have an overheat protection circuit, If it overheats, disconnect the cables, also try the wheel on a different computer". Did they even read what I told them? I have since found out that software must be installed on your computer before connecting the wheel to your computer, why can't they tell you this on the one piece of paper that comes with the wheel? I will try to get the new one to work, but I am not happy with Logitech.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    So far so good!

    Posted
    Krye
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    Coming from a Microsoft Force Feedback wheel on my Xbox 360, I'm super excited to virtually drive with a quality wheel on the Xbox One. Pros: Very sturdy with some leather-like material wrapped around the wheel. The wheel feels smooth with just the right amount of force feedback without making you feel like you have to fight back. Using it with Forza Motorsports 6 I've had zero problems and it just works. Con: Even though the foot petal base is large and relatively heavy, it still wants to move on carpet while driving intensely. The clutch petal and brake petal are just a tad to close and wearing sneakers has me hitting both petals when I want to brake. I end up wearing slimmer dress shoes just to drive. Undecided: The brake pedal moves about 40% of the way before it hits a rubber stopper, making that last bit of the brake pedal really hard to smash down and incredibly difficult to achieve 100% brake pressure. I am not sure if this is a feature, or an annoyance, but I will simply say that it keeps me from locking up my brakes So it does help...until I truly need to apply the brakes hard, then not so much. Verdict: So is this a good piece of equipment? I would say yes. I have had tons of fun with this and it makes Forza Motorsports 6 that much more of a joy to play.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Wheel

    Posted
    Mike
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    Only negative that isn't really a negative is the pressure you need to push on the brake. Even with calibration was tough to get used to but after I got used to it it actually helped my driving as most sim racing games braking is extremely important and the pedal makes it actually easier to brake properly due to the rubber stopper. Also once I bought a stand it became more a non issue ( pedal needs to be secure so it doesn't move.) I would not be able to go back to the old wheel I had as I'd be locking the brakes all the time. Very high quality wheel. I should have bought this wheel to begin with but blew $100 bucks on a cheaper wheel to start that wasn't force feedback. This wheel is worth every penny. Wish it worked on PS4 also. I use it for Xbox One X and PC iRacing and Assetto Corsa. Not Logitech's fault however as it's a licensing issue which is why they have two different wheels that are basically the same just one is licenses for PS4 the other for Xbox.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Good Hardware, terrible software

    Posted
    twmam
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    First, I wouldn't buy it again. Initial install caused a constant blue screen crash as soon as it was plugged in on a new windows 10 machine. Thanks to some enterprising users, they found a work around to the problem. I didn't see any response on the forums form Logitech that solved anything. That should have been my first clue to return the product. After hacking things around to finally getting that working, it worked OK for a couple of weeks and then one day after plugging it into the USB port, things went south again. Basically the pedal layout was scrambled with some actions working in reverse. In addition the xbox LED (button 11) light constantly flickers or stays on when trying to use the hardware on Project Cars.. Several others have been reporting this kind of problem without any clear resolution from Logitech. I also turned in a support ticket but haven't had a response. A full reinstall of current Logitech drivers and software didn't fix the problem. In short, Logitech has done an extremely poor job of developing the driver software in support of the product. I would absolutely not recommend anyone purchase this product. Software is just to buggy.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Entry level sim wheel

    Posted
    finishgun
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    I'd been considering upgrading my old Xbox 360 wheel that I was using on PC, for a long time, but with "decent" FFB wheels starting at $400, I quickly started rationalizing a Fanatec or even a Direct Drive wheel with a cockpit setup. But reality being what it is, I didn't act. Then I saw the G29/920 on sale at Best Buy for $199 and it included the H pattern shifter. Well, I decided to pull the trigger, and when it turned out that I couldn't get the free shifter due to regional shortages, I still pulled the trigger. I haven't used it as much as I'd like to, yet, the wheel has a quality feel to it and the 3 pedal base is substantial. I think this wheel requires more in-game tuning than my previous wheel, as it didn't really feel great out of the box. I'm gonna have to try some recommended setups before I comment any further. One complaint that I have is the brake pedal is incredibly stiff (especially without having the pedals mounted). The paddle shifters work well and feel solid, though I still want that H pattern shifter for some games (ETS2 and ATS!)

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Very cool!

    Posted
    Doug612
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    I picked one of these bad boys up yesterday and finally got it all hooked up with my xBox One S. I played NASCAR Heat Evolution and Forza 6 with it before having to give up the flat screen to my dear wife. What a blast to use and it just immerses you into the racing experience. The force feedback is great along with the very sturdy pedals that come with it. I haven't adjusted it much and it was recognized right of the bat in both games. One of the great features is how the brake pedal has some resistance just like a real one. We may have to buy another television so that I can play this more. Everything on the wheel and pedals is built like a tank. Nothing like some of the other wheels that I have had in the past. Very expensive but very worth it, IMO. If you are really into your racing games, this will take your game to the next level. I felt like it was much easier to hold my line on the track as well, once I adjusted to using the wheel.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Do yourself a favor and just get a belt-driven one

    Posted
    DCNerd
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    You would think that for a product with high ratings online and a heavy price-point, that it would be worth the price. Unfortunately, I was highly disappointed. I connected it to both my XBOX and my PC for the purpose of playing Forza. Upon plugging it in, the XBOX didn't recognize the wheel, so I couldn't change the mapping of the buttons. On PC, the game recognized the wheel but I still couldn't change the buttons. I decided to leave that behind and tweak the settings for the force-feedback. The wheel simply felt out of touch. It would either feel like I was driving on glass and provide no feedback, or it would provide so much feedback that trying to hold it steady almost snapped my wrists. After about 2 weeks of going online to see what settings others used and other games played, nothing worked and I returned the wheel. Do yourself a favor and avoid this and other force-feedback wheels. Just get a belt-driven one like Thrustmaster.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Not Worth the Price

    Posted
    GamingAuditor
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    It's an okay accessory for an Xbox, but the price should be $99 This costs a few hundred dollars and for what you get, it's not worth spending the money. First, you need to clamp it to a table in order to use it. The challenge is, who has a table or desk in front of their TV or gaming console. It's awkward at best. Then there's the issue of the cables and cords. It needs to be wireless. The fact that you have to connect wires from the controller to the Xbox, connect the controller to a power outlet, and then connect the top steering controller to the bottom pedals controller means there are wires all over the place. The connection of the cords also are underneath the controller, so you have to connect everything before trying to attach it to a table. Each time you have to set it up and/or take it down it's a huge deal. On the positive side, the quality and craftsmanship of the driving controller is great. Quality materials are used in manufacturing the item. Leather steering wheel, metal gas, shift and brake pedals.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend