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Topic: Does the drive hub work with project cars 2?

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    My Other Ride Is a Yoshi

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    Does the drive hub work with project cars 2?

    I have a Logitech G27 on Xbox one. I pre-ordered project cars 2 and I'm really hoping to play it tonight with the wheel. Please tell me that it works already.

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    Re: Does the drive hub work with project cars 2?

    I don't believe it was tested, but there is no reason to think it wouldn't work as the XBox will see it as a G920 which is supported.

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    I Am Error

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    Re: Does the drive hub work with project cars 2?

    I'm successfully using DriveHub to support a G27 wheel on a PS4 Pro

    As far as I can tell, DriveHub is working fine. There are control issues, however they all seem to belong to the current release of PC2, which for me is V01.00.0842

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    Re: Does the drive hub work with project cars 2?

    yeah it does work with my t300gte on a xbox one , but the force feedback is a joke which I blame on the game (as it`s way better in forza 6)

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    Re: Does the drive hub work with project cars 2?

    Quote Originally Posted by GBO Possum View Post
    I'm successfully using DriveHub to support a G27 wheel on a PS4 Pro

    As far as I can tell, DriveHub is working fine. There are control issues, however they all seem to belong to the current release of PC2, which for me is V01.00.0842
    UPDATE

    I swapped out the G27 for my G920, still on the PS4 Pro

    1. DriveHub makes both of these wheels look like a G29, so the game doesn't know it's a different wheel. That means my "G27 settings" transfer over to the G920 transparently
    2. I think I prefer the feel of the G920, although I can't quite describe why. It just seems "smoother"
    3. The G920's Xbox button is mapped to the PS button, which gives an operational advantage over the G27. It's nice to be able to quit the application easily, for example

    Bottom line is that DriveHub is successfully supporting G27 and G920 on my PS4 Pro as virtual G29s

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    Re: Does the drive hub work with project cars 2?

    Quote Originally Posted by GBO Possum View Post
    UPDATE

    I swapped out the G27 for my G920, still on the PS4 Pro

    1. DriveHub makes both of these wheels look like a G29, so the game doesn't know it's a different wheel. That means my "G27 settings" transfer over to the G920 transparently

    Bottom line is that DriveHub is successfully supporting G27 and G920 on my PS4 Pro as virtual G29s
    Yes - all Logitech wheels are emulated as a G29 on the PS4 and as a G920 on the Xbox One.

    Thank you for your detailed input!

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    Re: Does the drive hub work with project cars 2?

    I’m using t300rs on Xbox one and it works with pc2 but the force feedback is very weak. Under settings it doesn’t see the wheel as the t300 but rather the italia wheel. The wheel works great on Forza 6,7 and horizon 2,3 I haven’t opened my pc2 just played the demo so I guess I’ll return it for PS4 as it works fine obviously.

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