DriveClub has been discounted to $39.99 while the compatible officially licensed Thrustmaster T80 RS racing wheel is also on sale at $90.36.
Crappy wheel for a crappy racing game. No, thanks.
your troll brain is crappy!
Still spamming your anti-Drive Club BS across N4G?
Crappy wheel for a good racing game.
yea that wheel is pretty crappy.It sucks the old logitech wheels don't work on current gen.Hopefully i'll be able to find a 500rs or 300rs cheap by the time gt7 comes out.. or hopefully they make dfgt compatible with gt7... or dfgt current gen equivalent
This game is the best racing game on ps4 and the best looking racing game on all current gen consoles.I know it's an opinion but who could prove me wrong?
I glanced and misread the headline. I thought it said that Drive club was compatible with the TRS-80 :P
I read Discontinued
still think its funny that my Logitech driving force gt, made by Logitech and official steering wheel for granturismo is not supported
No force feedback , I'm not surprised it has lowered to such a price , I'd rather play on a pad than a wheel with no feedback tbh.
It's that much of a difference?
Playing a wheel with no feed back is like wings with no sauce...stupid. Wothout FF there is really no reason to buy a wheel
this wheel is via usb or the tech like DS4?
Fed up with buying a good wheel ( Logitech ) package and ending up not having updates to make it compatible with new consoles/racing games. Am going back to control pads. Honestly those who build these quite expensive peripherals/accessories need to have a hard talk about including DLC updates with Sony/Microsoft and vice versa.
I've agreed with your sentiment but I suspect it is never going to happen my friend. They simply want to sell more peripherals. There's always a pretty decent second hand PC market though I think. Don't PS3 wheels usually work on PC? Not sure if it's the same with Xbox too? I'm waiting to pick up a T300RS and wheel stand pro after the holidays. It will work great with DriveClub and give me plenty of time to practice for the karting in Project Cars. :) That said, it's all down to the coding for force feedback wheels. Has anybody here experienced it with DriveClub? Is it half decent?
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