If you’re looking to get the most out of Assetto Corsa, you need to configure your wheel and FFB settings correctly.
In this blog post, we’ll show you the best settings for your wheel and give you a few tips on how to improve your driving experience.
Setting your FFB properly will make a huge difference when it comes to how the car feels, how much information you can get from the wheel, and how easy it is to control the car.
Once the level of realism is high, it will be much easier for you to set fastest laps and win online races.
Most realistic Assetto Corsa FFB Settings
Here are the settings that we recommend for getting the most realistic force feedback in Assetto Corsa:
- Gain = 100%
- Filter = 0%
- Minimum force = 0%
- Kerb effects = 12%
- Road effects = 10%
- Slip effects = 9%
- Enhanced understeer effect = checked
- Gamma = 1
- Filter = 0
- Speed sensitivity = 0
- Brake gamma = 1
How do you change Assetto Corsa FFB settings?
For you to change your FFB settings, you’ll want to:
- Go to Assetto Corsa settings
- Select “Wheel/ Custom” from the top bar
- Select “Advanced” Options
- You’ll now find the “Force Feedback” settings on the top left corner
As you can see it’s pretty simple and shouldn’t require you more than 2 minutes to complete the whole process.
General Assetto Corsa wheel setting tips
As you can see, we recommend quite high settings for the FFB gain as it will give you a strong force feedback, which will help you feel what the car is doing.
We also recommend setting the kerb and road effects to around 10-12% so that you can feel them, but they’re not too overwhelming.
The enhanced understeer effect is a new setting in Assetto Corsa that simulates the way that a car will push wide when you’re understeering.
We recommend checking this box so that you can get a realistic feeling for how the car behaves when you’re pushing it to its limits.
As for the steering settings, we recommend keeping the gamma at 1 and the speed sensitivity at 0.
This will give you a linear steering response, which is what you want for a realistic driving experience.
Finally, we recommend setting the brake gamma to 1 so that you can get a strong braking force without the pedal being too touchy.
If you find that your car is difficult to control with these settings, then you can lower the FFB gain until it feels right for you.
We hope that these Assetto Corsa wheel and FFB settings have helped you get the most out of your driving experience.
If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to let us know.
As always, happy sim racing! 🙂
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