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JimmFandango

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    Steam
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    Steering Wheel
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    Logitech G29

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  1. First and foremost, I approach most things in life with objective eyes. I can only begin to fathom the amount of time and financial investment that goes into the development of any video game, the frustration that goes along with accepting feedback from countless subjectively minded individual's opinions on where a development team's priorities should lie, and the ability to continually improve a product with such a high investment that only seems to be ridiculed on a daily basis. So with that said - THANKYOU to CODEMASTERS for your continuous improvement and hard work to improve your pro
  2. Thanks for the advice! Looking forward to it stopping. I'll try out some of those assignments
  3. @BurnieBD Sorry, I believe the setting you want to increase is called "Steering Saturation". It's in the in-game controls options where you find "controls scheme - calibration - vibration & forcefeedback - MFD shortcuts"....it's under the "calibration" menu. I'm on PC but I believe it's the same menu on PS4. I'm not in front of my home computer or I would take a screen shot.
  4. Hey, I'm upgrading my wheel from a G29 to Fanatec's Clubsport Formula V2 rim (+CSL base/pedals LC) and I'm wondering how you've assigned your rim's buttons? Searching Google has been a pain since most posts are regarding the lack of reassignment ability on the PS4 & XBOX. I'm on PC and from what I've read, there's no real issues with custom mapping buttons. I've got a pretty good idea what buttons are going to operate the different functions, but I'm curious what everyone else has done. The obvious features that I'd like to have just a thumb's reach away: DRS > ERS+ > ERS- >
  5. Try increasing the sensitivity of the wheel in the game settings. Change your view to cockpit view and make sure that the virtual steering wheel turns the same amount as your G29 wheel. When I first started up the game with my G29, I had to turn my steering wheel about 900deg. to get full lock in the game. I increased the sensitivity and now I only turn my wheel about 200deg. to get full lock (similar to what the virtual wheel does). Hope this helps.
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