Logitech G923 Review

Logitech G923 Steering wheel with Trueforce feedback is a combo that all desire to have for their racing games, keep in mind though the reason it’s called Trueforce will be very clear to you once you lose control of your car. You will see that steering wheel throwing you around and you would have to wrestle to keep that steering wheel straight.

Along with having a PC/Xbox as well as a PC/PS version of the steering wheel you will be able to enjoy this across multiple platforms and have accurate LED lights on the steering wheel similar to what racing cars would have in games such as F1 or Assetto Corsa.

Upon further investigating the reason why the G923 feels unmatched in this category Logitech already provided us with the answer: “The right current means the right torque. G923’s advanced firmware monitors all the current flowing through the wheel motors, continuously adjusting voltage to match outputs from game physics. By going beyond default settings, G923 delivers pinpoint accuracy and unprecedented realism.”

With the classic steering wheel look and realistic performance you are also able to buy the manual gearbox if that would fit your taste a bit more towards the more “traditional” racing gear shifter, the flappy pedals, for an additional R999.00

As expected by Logitech, all the great features and functionality does not just stop with the steering wheel and LEDs on the Steering wheel, but I have never felt more realistic pedals than the ones of the G923, the brake pedal especially feels more realistic than my own car’s brake pedal, and yes it did take some getting used to driving my own car after spending 20 hours on the G923.

At the first impression, I thought that R6000.00 is a lot for a Steering wheel and pedals to enjoy games with, but after spending multiple hours I can’t imagine using any other racing peripherals again, Force feedback and Trueforce cannot be compared against each other when I compare this to the more common/cheaper brands and models of racing peripherals.

Final Thoughts: The pricing might scare people off initially, but once you get to take this for a spin it would show you why quality does not come cheap, being able to have this on multiple platforms such as the Astro A50’s is another great way to keeping this relevant even when using different platforms, the finer details make you feel like you are in the game yourself with the authentic feeling of the steering wheel and pedals, if one can afford it or make a plan to afford this you would not be disappointed in the slightest.

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