Assetto Corsa Competizione Best Logitech Pro Racing Wheel Settings
Here are our recommended force feedback settings for Assetto Corsa Competizione with the new Logitech Pro Racing Wheel. Includes in-game settings, and G Hub wheel settings.
Here are our recommended force feedback settings for Assetto Corsa Competizione with the Logitech Pro Racing Wheel. These settings have been optimised to utilise all 11Nm of torque that is available from the new direct drive racing wheel from Logitech.
Below you will find in-game settings for Assetto Corsa Competizione on Xbox, PlayStation and PC. I have also included the best wheel settings which can be accessed on the Logitech wheel base via the settings menu or G Hub.
All of our optimised settings are simple recommendations. You should use these settings as a baseline set up, and then optimise them to tailor them to your own preference.
Logitech Pro Racing Wheel ACC In-Game Force Feedback Settings
Below are our optimised force feedback settings for the Logitech Pro Racing Wheel in Assetto Corsa Competizione. These settings can be changed and set in-game.
- Gain – 100%
- Minimum Force – 0%
- Damper – 0%
- Dynamic Damping – 100%
- Road Effects – 0%
- Frequency – 400Hz
- Steer Lock – 1080°
- Steer Linearity – 1.00
- Brake Gamma – 1.00
- Gearshift Debouncing – 50ms
G Hub settings / wheel base settings
You will also need to set some settings on your Logitech Pro Racing Wheel base or via G Hub to really optimise these settings. To change these settings on your wheel, click the settings button next to the OLED display.
Then you can use the rotary encoder to scroll through the settings. Click the encoder in to enter sub menus and confirm your settings. Once you are finished, click the settings button again to exit the settings screen.
G Hub Settings
- Sensitivity – 40
- Operating Range (Angle) – 1080
- Dampener – 20
- Strength – 11Nm
- Force Feedback Filter – 7
- Enable Auto Force Feedback Filter – Disabled
- Audio Effects – 40
Logitech G Hub settings explained
Below is a quick explanation of what each setting on your Logitech Pro Racing Wheel does and how it affects force feedback.
The sensitivity setting affects the linearity curve of your steering input. When set at 50, your steering will have 1:1 linearity. This means that if you rotate your steering wheel 45°, your in-game steering wheel will rotate the same amount.
If you lower the sensitivity, you will have to turn the wheel more at the start of its rotation to apply the same in-game input. Increase sensitivity and you won’t have to rotate the wheel as much.
I would recommend leaving this close to 50, or just below. Lowering the sensitivity setting of your Pro Racing Wheel a little will give you slightly better control over fine inputs.
Operating Range (Angle)
The operating range is the steering angle that your wheel is set to. This should be matched to your in-game car. For example, a Formula 1 car in F1 22 uses 360° of rotation, so this should be replicated here. Road cars utilise up to 1080° of rotation.
The dampener will add wheel dampening to your wheel. This will increase the feeling of weight in your wheel, making it harder to rotate. This can be beneficial to remove some unnecessary shaking or vibration when you are driving straight.
Try not to apply too much dampener as this will make your wheel feel incredibly sluggish. And you will run the risk of losing some finer force feedback detail.
The strength of your Logitech Pro Racing Wheel is set here. This dictates the maximum torque that can be produced. The Pro Racing Wheel is capable of producing up to 11Nm of peak torque.
If this is too strong, or you are having trouble rotating the wheel or keeping a hold of it, look to lower this setting here. Try not to drop down below 5Nm of torque, as the force feedback simply won’t be strong enough to portray certain effects.
Force Feedback Filter
The force feedback filter dictates how much force feedback is filtered out. Higher settings will filter out finer vibrations and subtle details in-game. This could include minor road bumps and small vibrations.
If you lower this down to 1, you will feel all of the force feedback that is produced. This will be noisier than not filtering any details out. While this will give you the most detailed force feedback, it will also make the wheel very energetic at all times and can be uncomfortable to race with.
A setting of around 5 is the sweet spot. Lower than this and the force feedback becomes too busy. Higher than this and you’ll start to lose some vital details.
If you are unsure what setting to go for, you can enable the auto filter. This will remove the option and instead allows the wheel’s software to dictate how much force feedback is filtered out.
The audio effects setting adjusts the use of TrueForce. TrueForce allows the wheel to pick up on audio cues such as engine revs, gear shifts and on-track vibrations. It will then parse those details and present them as additional force feedback and rumbles.
This is a fantastic feature, as it helps you feel more about how the car is behaving. Increasing this setting will allow more and more TrueForce force feedback to be presented to you. This can increase vibrations and feedback when riding over kerbs, pushing the car too hard or when revving your engine.
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