The high-quality force feedback is so good that hitting a wall in-game feels like it’ll actually hurt your hands at some points. It’s precise, weighty, and really shakes when the game demands it, making rally games feel distinctly more involving.

The only limitation the setup has as such is that the handbrake is mapped to a button you access with your thumb, making rally games fiddly. As the wheel is often upside-down or at unusual angles during races you’ll have to get creative on how to execute the handbrake function… Use your nose? You can get a separate stick shift and use that as the handbrake with the paddles for changing gear, but that’s more cost.

Regardless, it’s manageable and this is still a great setup for anyone looking to get serious about racing games. Both the PS4 and Xbox One versions of this wheel work with PC.