How to Setup Detailed Game Wheel Force Feedback
Follow these instructions to get detailed force feedback on your steering wheel.
You’ve probably noticed that if you set high steering revolutions (for example, 1080 degrees) in the WRC 10 game, the better you feel the feedback on the steering wheel. But the problem is that with such a degree of steering it is difficult to control the car and even more so to show the best time.
How do you avoid losing the quality of the feedback effects while still playing with the full range of wheel feedback effects?
To get started, you need to set the maximum steering wheel degree in the game that your game steering wheel supports. Then go to the steering wheel driver and set the steering degree with which you plan to play in WRC 10.
If your steering wheel supports shortcut keys for switching the steering degree, you can use it as an option. It is important to remember that in the game there was a maximum steering angle and in the driver the one with which you will drive.
To compare the difference between the effects as it was before and as it has become, I recommend taking the Monte Carlo Col de Braus in a mixed coating where you can feel all the effects of the coating.