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    Xbox One new racing accessory line-up video w/ Major Nelson




    Source: http://www.joystiq.com/2013/10/15/xb...ories-exposed/



    I'd absolutely LOVE to try out their new "algorithm language" for Force Feedback.
    Still disappointed about no 3rd party support.

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    Ugh. My fanatec won't be working with the Xbox One.




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    Quote Originally Posted by F34R View Post
    Ugh. My fanatec won't be working with the Xbox One.
    That's my problem, the only offerings are cheap POS wheels from manufacturers with a history of making junk.


    And have you checked the prices of the wheels?

    Thustmaster F458 Italia wheel for the Xbox One = $400


    No price for the Mad Catz controller with the changable wheels and add-on stuff, but that video presented it as the more expensive option of the two.

    $800 MINIMUM to play Forza on the Xbox One with a wheel, and that doesn't include the price of the game.



    That's just highway robbery there. The far superior Logitech G27 controller has the wheel, pedals (with a clutch) and a separate 6 speed shifter for $100 less..... and it works with the PS3 and PC...... and I'll bet it works with the PS4 as well.

    These are mid-grade wheels at premium prices.

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    The force feedback innovations sound great. I'd love to see how that feel.

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    Lol non of the wheels from this generation will work on the xb1? Wow

    Watch Sony capitalize

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoungMullah88 View Post
    Lol non of the wheels from this generation will work on the xb1? Wow

    Watch Sony capitalize

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    Basically Microsoft aren't including support for the 360 generation wheel/pedal hardware so they can make more money from new peripheral licenses. That's all. There shouldn't be any way that they can't keep the support for older wheels/pedals.




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    I like how can customise the feel of the pedals. ITs always been a point of hatred with all the wheels I used in the past, they always felt way way too soft and nothing like a vehicle gas or brake pedal.

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    You could do that with Logitechs G25 and G27..

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    Quote Originally Posted by K2D View Post
    You could do that with Logitechs G25 and G27..
    Never used one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keefy View Post
    Never used one.




    The guy playing sucks, but it give you a good idea of how the controller works.

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