Logitech G PlayStation 4 and Xbox One Racing Wheels Announced, Will Cost You More Than The Consoles

By   /   Jun 11, 2015

If you are a racing game enthusiasts and are willing to spend some money on peripherals, we have some awesome news for you. After plenty of rumors and speculations, Logitech has announced its G series racing wheels for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

For the PlayStation 4, we have the gorgeous G29 Driving Force wheel which is also compatible with PlayStation 3 and PC. Correct me if I am wrong, but this is the first racing wheel released for PS4 since 2013.

On the other hand, we have G920 Driving Force for Xbox One that comes-in with a minor difference in features. Similar to the G29, this one is also compatible with PC.

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Both models will cost you a massive $400, which is more than the standard price for Xbox One. Meanwhile the PlayStation 4 is at $399, but it isn’t hard to find a deal less than that.

Bottom line is, these wheels aren’t for our average gamers.

The PlayStation 4’s G29 wheel is slated for a retail release sometime in July, while the Xbox One’s G920 will hit the market in October.

G29 will be present at this year’s E3 in Los Angeles.

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Both of these wheels are pretty similar and feature dual-motor force feedback transmissions, to help simulate authentic driving experience. These premium wheels also feature hand-stitched leather-wrapped rims along with a set of stainless steel pedals.

To mimic pressure sensitive car breaks, we also have an online system built-in to the floor pedal units. Do you have pockets deep enough to buy these wheels?