Best Assetto Corsa Competizione Logitech G923 Force Feedback Settings

Here are the best Assetto Corsa Competizione force feedback settings for the Logitech G923. I'll show you how to best set up the wheel, and ensure it is working to its maximum potential in ACC.

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In this settings guide, I’m going to look at the best force feedback settings for Assetto Corsa Competizione for the Logitech G923 racing wheel.

Assetto Corsa Competizione is one of the best racing simulations available, and it can be played on Xbox, PS5 or PC. The Logitech G923 racing wheel is also compatible with all three of these platforms (ensure you own the correct wheel version for your console) making it one of the best racing wheels to begin sim racing with.

For those who are currently racing ACC with a Logitech G923, or who are thinking of starting with this combination. This guide will run through how to set up your G923 to work with ACC. And I’ll also give you our recommended best force feedback settings for the Logitech G923.

How to change force feedback settings in Assetto Corsa Competizione

You can access the force feedback settings in Assetto Corsa Competizione at any time from the main menu, or mid-race menu.

It is here where you will be able to configure all of your force feedback settings for your Logitech G923 racing wheel.

You will also be able to customise your button mapping. This can help you change what each button does in-game. You can change buttons to perform specific actions mid-race such as flash your headlights, enable your pit-limiter, change your brake bias and more.

  • Step 1 – Head to the settings menu
  • Step 2 – Go to the controls sub-menu
  • Step 3 – Ensure the input is selected to wheel
  • Step 4 – Change the individual force feedback settings
  • Step 5 – Navigate to the right menu to adjust your button configurations
  • Step 6 – Save your settings to a preset in the bottom left corner

Logitech G923 racing wheel settings

The Logitech G923 is an evolution of the older G29 racing wheel and introduced a technology called TrueForce for the first time.

TrueForce is the name given for the use of in-game audio effects as a tool to produce extra vibration and force feedback through the wheel. It allows us to feel the car in ways we haven’t been able to before.

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For example, with TrueForce enabled, when you rev the car’s engine, you’ll feel a vibration through the steering wheel. TrueForce went on to be an important part of the newer and more powerful Logitech Pro Racing Wheel.

The part of the ACC settings that affects the TrueForce audio effects is the audio gain setting. Set this higher to feel more TrueForce and lower to reduce its effect.

Read our comparison of the Logitech G923 and the Logitech Pro Racing Wheel.

Assetto Corsa Competizione in-game settings:

  • Steer lock: 800
  • Gain: 100
  • Min force: 12
  • Dynamic Damping: 0
  • Road Effects: 40
  • Steering Linearity: 1
  • Brake Gamma: 1.9
  • Audio Gain: 80

Logitech G29/G920 racing wheel settings

Because the Logitech G923 is an evolution of the slightly older G29 and G920 racing wheels. I thought we should include the best ACC force feedback settings for these two wheels as well.

The G920 and G29 feature very similar force feedback, with the main difference being the lack of TrueForce.

Assetto Corsa Competizione in-game settings:

  • Steer lock: 800
  • Gain: 100
  • Min force: 12
  • Dynamic Damping: 0
  • Road Effects: 20
  • Steering Linearity: 1
  • Brake Gamma: 1.9

How to set up the Logitech G923 with ACC

The Logitech G923 is fully compatible with ACC, and can be set up very quickly. The overall set up process does change a little depending on which platform you are racing on.

If you are racing Assetto Corsa Competizione on a PlayStation 5 or Xbox console, the set up is a little quicker than when racing on a PC.

  1. Connect your Logitech G923 to your PC/Xbox or PS5

    The first step is to connect your Logitech G923 to your console or PC. This is done via USB. The pedals should connect to the rear of your G923 wheel base. Make sure that the power is also connected and switched on.

    You should ensure that your racing wheel is mounted to a sim rig, wheel stand or desk. On the bottom of the wheel base are two clamps which can be tightened using dials on the top.

    The pedals should be mounted to a pedal plate to stop them from moving. If you are using the pedals on a carpet, make sure the carpet gripper is open.

  2. Download the latest drivers and software

    If you are racing on an Xbox or PS5 you can skip this step. If you are racing on a PC, you can download the Logitech G Hub from their website.

    This piece of software will allow you to change some wheel settings for the wheel itself. It will also help ensure your wheel is running the latest firmware.

  3. Adjust your your wheel settings in G Hub

    Again, this step can be skipped for console sim racers. If you are on PC, and have installed G Hub. Open it up, and ensure your wheel is connected as shown in step 1.

    With the wheel connected and turned on, you will be able to adjust settings inside G Hub. The only setting you need to really check is that the steering range is set to 900. All other settings can be left as they are.

    You can adjust the button configuration to set up a bespoke button layout if you like. You can also change settings for your pedals, but again I’d recommend leaving them at default.

  4. Adjust force feedback settings in ACC

    This step can be done regardless of which platform you’re racing on. Boot up Assetto Corsa Competizione, and once it’s started, head over to the settings menu.

    It’s here where you’ll find your control settings. It is here that you should input the settings that we recommended above.

    You can also change your button configuration directly in ACC here as well. You can adjust which buttons control in-game functions such as wipers, your pit limiter, brake bias and more.

    Once you are happy, I’d recommend saving your control scheme as a preset so you can quickly load it at a later date if needed.

ACC Wheel Settings

Assetto Corsa Competizione force feedback settings explained

There are a range of force feedback settings in ACC. So I’m going to run through each one to give you a short explanation of exactly how it changes the force feedback you’ll feel through your Logitech G923 racing wheel.

Steer Lock

The steering lock will change how far your steering wheel will rotate before reaching its complete lock. You can set this to 900 degrees, and the game will automatically adjust it on PC. If you’re racing on Xbox or PS5, you will need to set this manually for each car you race.

View all of the cars steering locks in ACC here.

Gain

The gain setting in ACC changes the strength of force feedback that you will feel. The higher this is set to, the stronger the force feedback will be. I’d recommend changing this setting to make sweeping force feedback adjustments.

It is important not to set it too high, or you may encounter force feedback clipping. This is where the in-game force feedback output exceeds the wheels’ force feedback capabilities. It will result in a muddy, and not well-optimised racing experience.

Min Force

The min force setting in Assetto Corsa Competizione is a setting that has been introduced for weaker racing wheels such as the Logitech G29 and the G923.

Dynamic Damping

The dynamic damping setting will change the overall weight of your racing wheel. This is directly linked to the speed of your car. As you start to accelerate to faster speeds, the damping will increase, which helps keep your car under control at higher speeds.

Road Effects

The road effects setting will send some artificial force feedback through your racing wheel. It is designed to mimic certain forces that would come through the car’s chassis and seat in a real car.


ACC Logitech G923 compatibility, Xbox, PS5 and PC

Logitech produces two versions of the G923 racing wheel. There is an different version depending on whether you are looking to race ACC on Xbox or PlayStation.

If you own a PS5, you will require the PlayStation compatible version of the G923, and vice versa for Xbox owners. If you are racing Assetto Corsa Competizione on PC, both versions of the G923 will work.

Assetto Corsa Competizione also recognises the Logitech G923 racing wheel as soon as it is connected. So other than changing the settings to your own preference, or using our recommendation above, there is little setup required.


The best racing wheels for ACC

The Logitech G923 is one of the best budget racing wheels for Assetto Corsa Competizione. However, if you are looking to upgrade your G923 for a direct drive racing wheel or something more powerful, there are plenty of options.

We have created an ultimate guide on the best racing wheels for ACC. I’d recommend checking it out, especially if you are thinking about upgrading to a new racing wheel for ACC on Xbox, PS5 or PC.


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