Project Cars 3 Best Logitech G29/G923 FFB Settings
Project Cars 3 has finally landed, and although it isn't the hardcore sim racer that we had hoped for. It is still an enjoyable sim-cade racing game.
In this guide, I will show you the best Logitech G29 force feedback settings for Project Cars 3. These settings can also be used with the Logitech G920, and G923.
Despite not being a true sim racer, you can still have a lot of fun with Project Cars 3, both with a racing wheel and a controller. When racing with a wheel, you have to approach this game a little differently to other hardcore sims. The rear end is likely to snap out under heavy inputs, much like other popular arcade racing games.
Read my full Project Cars 3 review here, to find out whether it is as bad as people are saying.
However, these Logitech G29 / G923 force feedback settings should help you dial in a good feeling with your wheel.
Logitech G923 / G29 / G920 FFB Settings Project Cars 3
- Strength: 85
- Tone: 90
- Vibration: 60
- Steering Deadzone: 0
- Throttle Deadzone: 0
- Throttle Sensitivity: 50
- Brake Dead Zone: 0
- Brake Sensitivity: 50
- Clutch Dead Zone: 5
- Clutch Sensitivity: 50
Logitech G HUB Settings
If you are racing on PC, you can access the Logitech G Hub. Before jumping into Project Cars 3, ensure you have your wheel settings to the below in the G Hub.
- Logitech G HUB Operating Range: 900
- Logitech G HUB Sensitivity: 100
- Logitech G HUB Centering Spring Strength: 10
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I Can’t Get My Logitech G29 / G923 To Work With Project Cars 3 – SOLVED
If you are having problems connecting your G29 to Project Cars 3 on PC, try following the below solution to fix it.
- Ensure you have the Logitech Gaming Software or Logitech G HUB Gaming Software installed on your PC.
- Make sure you have the Logitech G HUB software running in the background before starting Project Cars 3.
- Ensure that you have “Allow Game to Adjust Force Settings” checked under the steering wheel settings in the settings of the Logitech software.
- Try not to use a USB extension cable. Instead connect your wheel directly to the PC with the USB connection supplied by Logitech.
- Try using an alternative USB port.
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