Best Assetto Corsa Controller Settings for Xbox

Best Assetto Corsa Controller Settings for Xbox
Author Alessio Lorandi
Alessio Lorandi
June 17, 2022

Looking for the best and most realistic controller settings to play Asseto Corsa on Xbox?

As you can imagine, having proper controller settings will be crucial to succeed in a racing simulator such as Assetto Corsa.

In fact you’ll be able to be way more precise and commit fewer mistake swhich will allow to improve your lap ime drastically.

Not only that, but you’ll also have more fun and feel more in control of the car.

That’s why we’ve taken the time to test and share with your our recommended Xbox One and Xbox X|S controller settings for Assetto Corsa.

So without further ado, let’s dive right in.

How do you change the Xbox controller settings in Assetto Corsa?

To change the controller settings in Assetto Cosa you’ll have to go to “Settings“, “controller” and finally click on “Advanced“.

How do you change the Xbox controller settings in Assetto Corsa

This will open the advanced controller settings where you’ll then be able to modify every single setting to your liking.

Best Assetto Corsa Xbox controller settings

Our recommended Xbox controller settings for Assetto Corsa are:

  • Vibration intensity = 80%
  • Speed sensitivity = 54%
  • Steering sensitivity = 100%
  • Steering deadzone = 1%
  • Steering filter = 83%
  • Steering gamma = 2.2

As you can see there are quite a few things you can change on your controller.

Let’s now have an in-depth view of each of these settins and see what they do.

Vibration intensity

The vibration intensity setting will determine how much your controller will vibrate when going over bumps or kerbs.

We recommend having it at 80% as this is a good balance between realism and being able to feel the car.

Speed sensitivity

This setting basically determines how much your car will turn when you’re going at high speeds.

Speed sensitivity

If you set it too high, your car will feel unstable and if you set it too low, your car won’t turn enough.

We recommend having it at 54% as this is a good all-around setting.

Steering sensitivity

The steering sensitivity is probably the most important

And while we’ve found these settings to work great for us, feel free to experiment and find the perfect configuration that works for you.

Steering deadzone

The steering deadzone is the area around the center of the steering wheel where the car won’t respond to the input in order to avoid too much “noise”.

We recommend having it at 1% as this is a good balance between realism and being able to make small adjustments.

Steering filter

Steering sensitivity

The steering filter basically determines how much your car will smooth out your inputs.

If you set it too high, your car will feel like it’s on rails and if you set it too low, your car will feel twitchy.

We recommend having it at 83% as this is a good all-around setting.

Steering gamma

The steering gamma basically determines how much “non-linearity” there is in the steering.

In other words, it determines how much your car will turn when you turn the steering wheel.

We recommend having it at 2.2 as this is a good all-around setting.

Conclusion

As you can see there are quite a few things you can change on your controller.

And while we’ve found these settings to work great for us, feel free to experiment and find the perfect configuration that works for you.

After all, the most important thing is that you have fun while playing Assetto Corsa on your Xbox.

We hope this article helped and that you’ll now be able to enjoy the game even more.

Good luck and we’ll see you on track! 🙂

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Alessio Lorandi

Alessio has been involved at the highest levels in racing since the age of 5 (2003). He won a CIK-FIA World Championship in 2013 and then raced in F3, F2, and finally GT3s before now dedicating himself to SOLOX. He’s now on a mission to help thousands of sim racers around the world achieve their fullest potential through his ACC setups.

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