Whether you’re a seasoned sim racer or just starting out, finding the best wheel and FFB settings can be tricky. In this post, we’ll share our top tips for getting the most out of your GT Sport experience.
So, whether you’re using a Thrustmaster a Fanatec or a Logitech G29, read on for some advice on how to fine-tune your FFB setup.
Having great force feedback from the steering will make the car much easier to control, and will also help you feel how the car is behaving in terms of mechanical grip and aerodynamics.
So without further ado, let’s take a look at some of the best FFB settings for GT Sport!
What are the most realistic GT Sport FFB Settings?
Here are the settings that we recommend for getting the most realistic force feedback in GT Sport:
- Controller Steering Sensitivity = 7
- Force Feedback Max Torque = 3
- Force Feedback Sensitivity = 4
As you can see, we recommend setting a pretty high controller steering sensitivity as it will give you more precise control over the car.
Though remember that you may need to adjust this depending on your own preferences.
We also recommend setting the Force Feedback Max Torque to 3, as this will provide a good balance between realism and great steering feedback.
If you find that the car is too twitchy, you can try lowering this value until you’re happy with it.
Aggressive FFB Settings
So let’s now have a look at some aggressive FFB settings that can be used for more experienced sim racers. These settings will give you a lot more feedback, which can be great for feeling the car’s limits, but they may also be too strong for some people.
- Controller Steering Sensitivity = 7
- Force Feedback Max Torque = 6
- Force Feedback Sensitivity = 8
As you can see, the biggest difference is the increased Force Feedback Max Torque and FFB sensitivity. The higher sensitivity the more responsive the steering will be for each input, while the higher torque will provide more strength feedback overall.
We recommend starting with the settings above and then adjusting this value up or down until you find what works best for you.
How do you adjust the steering wheel on Gran Turismo Sport?
For you to adjust the steering wheel FFB settings you’ll want to follow these steps:
- Go to “Options”
- Scroll down and click “Advanced Settings”
- Next, scroll down to “Controller” and you’ll now be able to adjust your steering sensitivity and force feedback
Is GT Sport good with a wheel?
Of course it is, it’s actually way better than playing on a controller. That’s because with a steering wheel you’ll be able to feel the car much more and have a better sense of control.
You can’t quite compare the two as a wheel will give you a much better performance once you’ll set it out properly.
General GT Sport wheel setting tips
So let’s have a look at some general tips that should help you find the sweet spot for your GT Sport wheel settings:
- Start by adjusting the controller steering sensitivity until you’re comfortable with the amount of control you have over the car.
- Then adjust the Force Feedback Max Torque to find a good balance between realism and feedback.
- You may also need to adjust the Force Feedback Sensitivity depending on your preferences.
- Finally, try out different combinations of settings until you find the ones that work best for you.
We hope that these tips have helped you find the best settings for your wheel and FFB in Gran Turismo Sport.
If you have any questions or suggestions, then please let us know and we’ll be happy to help.
As always, happy sim racing! 🙂
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