Logitech G Dual-Motor Feedback Driving Force G29 Gaming Racing Wheel with Responsive Pedals for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 – Black

(8 customer reviews)

$292.95

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  • Immersive Gaming Experience: Perfect for PlayStation 5, PS4 and PC gaming titles, the Driving Force simulates the feeling of driving a real car with precision steering and pressure-sensitive pedals
  • Premium Control: The Driving Force feedback racing wheel provides a detailed simulation of driving a real car, with helical gearing delivering smooth, quiet steering and a hand-stitched leather cover
  • Customizable Pedals: These pressure-sensitive nonlinear brake pedals provide a responsive, accurate braking feel on a sturdy base – with adjustable pedal faces for finer control
  • 900-Degree Rotation: Lock-to-lock rotation of the Driving Force means you can turn the wheel around two and a half times, hand over hand on wide turns – just like a real F1 race car
  • Up Your Game: Take your racing simulation to the next level with Driving Force accessories like the Driving Force Shifter or desk and rig mounts
  • G29 requirements: PlayStstion 5, PlayStation 4 or 3, Powered USB port or Windows 10, 8.1, Windows 8 or Windows 7, mac OS 10.10 plus
  • Wheel: Length: 10.24 in (260 mm) Height: 10.63 in (270 mm) Width: 10.94 in (278 mm) Weight without cables: 4.96 lb (2.25 Kg) Pedals: Length: 16.87 in (428.5 mm) Height: 6.57 in (167 mm) Width: 12.24 in (311 mm) Weight without cables: 6.83 (3.1 Kg)
Standing screen display size

‎16 Inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎10.24 x 10.94 x 10.63 inches

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

‎No

Country of Origin

‎China

Manufacturer

‎Logitech

Batteries

‎1 Lithium Metal batteries required.

Optical Drive Type

‎DVD-R DL

Hard Drive Rotational Speed

‎21 RPM

Hard Drive Interface

‎PC Card

Flash Memory Size

‎21

Computer Memory Type

‎Unknown

Processor Count

‎2

Processor Brand

‎AMD

Color

‎Black

Product Dimensions

‎10.24 x 10.94 x 10.63 inches

Processor

‎21 hertz 1_2GHz_Cortex_A8

Item Weight

‎4.96 pounds

Operating System

‎Playstation 5, Playstation 4, PlayStation 3

Hardware Platform

‎PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 3

Item model number

‎941-000110

Series

‎G29

Brand

‎Logitech G

Number of USB 3.0 Ports

‎21

Number of USB 2.0 Ports

‎2

Graphics Card Ram Size

‎21 MB

Card Description

‎Dedicated

Chipset Brand

‎VIA

Hard Drive

‎21 MB Mechanical Hard Drive

RAM

‎8 GB A8

Date First Available

‎June 18, 2015

8 reviews for Logitech G Dual-Motor Feedback Driving Force G29 Gaming Racing Wheel with Responsive Pedals for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 – Black

  1. happymommy

    My 15yo son has received the unit and the following is his personal review from here:

    I got the Logitech G29 for my birthday. I spent a lot of time researching it, and thought it was the best. I was saving up and going to buy it myself, but I ended up getting it for my birthday as a surprise! I didn’t expect to get it, it was probably the best gift ever. Anyways, let’s get into what I think about it….

    First thing: It’s actually much better than I expected. I use it on two simulators, Live for Speed(LFS) and Assetto Corsa. Assetto Corsa really shows you how much it’s actually capable of; when the FFB is turned to the max, it’s hard to control. I didn’t think the FFB on it would be as good as it is. The FFB is gear-driven, which is why it’s more economical. This does make it a little noisy, but not enough to bother me, and it’s surprisingly smooth as well.

    It has a sleek look about it, and real leather surrounding the steering wheel. The buttons are nice, and easy to push. They also are in close reach of your fingers, and easy to press while driving. The paddle shifters are good. They’re made of stainless steel, and are easy to shift. I don’t miss-shift when using them, and I don’t really see anything negative about them. The led R.P.M. indicator lights are a nice touch, there’s really not much else I can say about them, except that they sync perfectly with the R.P.M.s of the car that I’m driving.

    The pedals are very nice, and the carpet gripper works surprisingly well. They’re sturdy pedals, and are very smooth. The brake pedal is a bit stiff, but it doesn’t bother me really.

    The desk mount is very good, and sturdy, I’ve never had it come off the desk. It doesn’t fit super thick tables, though, anything above one and 1/4 inches is too thick to get the clamps around well.

    The shifter that goes with the wheel is kind of low grade. It doesn’t have hardly any resistance but read on. I did buy a shifter mount that helps get the shifter in the right position, so it’s not right next to the steering wheel anymore. It greatly improves my shifting. I am planning to get a spring mod that will strengthen the force you need to give the shifter before it moves.

    Overall, I’m very happy with the Logitech G29, and I find it even better than expected. I highly recommend this wheel to anyone who is starting to get into sim-racing, and looking for a good first wheel to start their sim-racing hobby!

    Mods to come.

  2. Stephen Smart

    This thing is awesome. Changed racing games for me forever. So much more fun than the Playstation 4 controller, driving is much more precise and natural of course. I play Gran Turismo, Assetto Corsa (can’t get clutch to work), Dirt Rally, Dirt 5.0 and F1 2016. It does not work with Burnout Paradise (darn it) or Trackmania Turbo (man, that sucks!!!). These are the only games I have tested so far.

    I have logged about 30 hours on it in the last 2 weeks, the joys of staycations. Had no problems so far, just loads of fun.

    Pros… excellent build quality, real leather steering wheel cover, force feedback, easy to set up, nice cable management on the bottom of the unit, works well with a lot of games, connected right up to a wheel stand I purchased, the excellent GT Omega Apex (5 star), see my review on Amazon. It does not look to crazy or over the top sitting in my living room on a stand.

    Cons… main gripe is the Playstation button and the options button are right together so when I reach for pause I usually hit the PS button also, just annoying when you were just shoved into the wall and spun out by computer AI for the hundredth time and are frustrated trying to restart, I would think good player testing would space those button out a bit. Steering wheel just seems a little small sometimes, especially on hard turns/hairpin turns or dirt rally out-of-control spinouts, I wish the paddle shifters were stationary and not connected to the wheel but it isn’t the end of the world

    Summary… incredibly fun and worth every penny. I can already see that I will get my money out of this. Adds a lot of immersive fun to the driving/racing games and sims. May not be as fancy as a $1500 Fanatec rig but its a lot of fun anyway. The gear shifter is insanely fun since I drive stick everyday in my car and for some games you can set up a realistic clutch pedal. Once again, very immersive. I want the VR goggles next to really get in there.

    Note… I did notice complaints in other reviews about notchyness in the way the feedback happens, it’s true, its there but I never notice it anymore, just at first because I had read about it, does not affect my driving, that’s all my mistakes, nothing to do with the wheel notches ;). Also, it does not self center like others have said but it does not bother me either I am usually trying to square it back up naturally anyway. For the price you pay these things are not a concern to me. This is THE LOW COST ALTERNATIVE. I have not tried any others to compare to so for the moment, until I go pro, this will do.

    I would recommended for beginners, kids, racing game sim enthusiasts and fun seekers, pros will probably not want this. No one would buy this after using a high end rig I am sure. If this becomes addiction, I will probably upgrade to a better wheel in a few years when I upgrade my gaming system.

  3. Shyam Kumar

    My first Steering Wheel. Very dissatisfied and disappointed. Just played for 5days and then the trouble started. I bought this to play in my PC. I don’t have any PS4console.
    First I ordered here on Aug5 and received it on Aug11 and they sent a wrong item to me, and I tried for retrun. Still refund and returning Process is going!! It’s ok. Then I ordered again on Aug 11 and got the product on Aug22. I plugged it on 23rd August. For Crazy I bought Shifter along with this. Worked very well in the starting stages. Pedals, buttons everything fine. FFB is Fantastic. On 29th August it’s stopped calibrating. The wheel spins while restarting and booting after that it won’t calibrate. Then I contacted Logitech onthe same day and still now I didn’t get any response from them.
    After long search in the websites, YouTube I found that this Calibrating issue not only happened for me but for many users. Then only I realised I made a mistake by choose this product. Still now I don’t know what to do!!

    1. Worst Logitech Support Team
    2. Power Supply Adapter is not good.
    3. USB cable problem.
    4. Wheel Motor Issues
    5. Calibration problem
    If you have any doubts please check in YouTube by searching” Logitech G29 Calibration issue”
    I will end my long feedback by advising to all my Known and unknown friends. ” DONT BUY THIS PTODUCT”.

    Edit: I ordered this product In AMAZON GLOBAL STORE. NOT HERE.

  4. Derick Baxter

    Sony made the PS4 with a chip to block
    Older wheels from full play support.
    I thought I would have to exchange the G29.
    The clamp on the base was rock hard to turn
    On one of the 2 screw clamps. I played with it
    Back and forth till it begain to get looser.
    Glad it’s better. Got it for F1 2019 comming out
    Late June 2019. Works well With Grand Turismo. Massive feedback.
    Has a heat shut off. Can overheat with too
    Many hours of driving. A little pricey but you
    Get what you pay for. Many options from thrustmaster.
    Most wheels are $200 – $400. But this one
    Does the job very well . No regrets.

  5. GODSPEED|seven

    Well, I’ve been using this for approximately 1 month now. Not that long, but have enough hours on this wheel to make a decent appraisal of its qualities and flaws.

    To understand the title and following ‘review’, please understand that my use may be different than your use. I enjoy racing games, but in a casual relaxing way. I play lots of Assetto Corsa and Project Cars 2, but not in a serious manner. I usually do practice laps with some music in the background just to relax. I don’t even care about racing all that much.

    What I do use this wheel for the most, and where my passion lies, is with the slower paced simulators. Bus Simulators, Truck Simulators (Euro Truck Simulator 2, American Truck Simulator, Bus Simulator 18, to name the popular ones).

    So with THAT in mind…
    …let’s start with cons and finish with pros;

    CONS
    —– Price when not on sale.
    —- Real crappy software profiler. Lots of issues with lots of games the profiler doesn’t “support”.
    —- Center feels absolutely numb and dead; no feedback when steering is near center.
    —- Near the center and within 5-10 degrees each side, you can feel the teeth of the gears.
    — G29 red turning knob is pure garbage, doesn’t properly function, doesn’t always register and sometimes registers as double for one click.
    — Rather rough/grindy-teeth feedback when cornering, not like a real steering input/feel.
    — Small steering, way too small. Looks/feels like a toy.
    — Gamepad button clutter. Looks like a fancy gamepad, not a “steering wheel”.
    — Clutch pedal has too little feel or pressure to feel right. Not worth using if you’ve driven real manual, too toy-like.
    – Short cables.
    – Don’t like that the flapping gear changers turn with the wheel.
    – Pedals don’t stick so well to the floor or carpet unfortunately…
    – …especially under heavy brake pressure, because brake pressure is way too stiff too early.
    – A lot of fiddling around settings and tweaking in too many games. For a “starter” wheel, I would have expected such a popular product to have incredible out-of-the-box support with most games having the right settings. Not the case. Most games have horrible settings that don’t feel normal to a real car driver.

    A MATTER OF TASTE
    -/+ “Leather” feels a little too ‘hard’, wished it was thicker (especially considering the full asking price, which I would never pay).
    -/+ Always does its rotates when PC boots or wakes from sleep.
    -/+ Cables are tidy underneath, but also makes it more of a chore to setup and put away.
    -/+ big external power brick with short cable.
    -/+ the back of the “wheel” looks like the front of a mustang. Childish look in my opinion.

    PROS
    +++++ The cons make me anxious to upgrade for a better wheel asap!
    ++++ Feels really solid and well built. I feel it will survive longer than I want it to, unfortunately.
    ++++ positive feeling buttons, they feel solid and not flimsy.
    +++ Apart from the gamepad looks, the steering ‘looks’ good with the blue center bar.
    +++ Nicely shaped wheel
    ++ Nice metal pedals
    ++ Works very well with Assetto Corsa with no tweaking!
    ++ Assetto Corsa is the only game that makes this wheel feel good (that I know of, too much tweaking and numbness in other games)
    + Won’t break the bank too much if your looking for a taste at virtual driving.

    CONCLUSION
    If you can afford it, skip this wheel. Get something with a smooth brushless motor. The grindy feeling of the wheel is completely unlike driving a real car. No amount of tweaking feedback settings can fix this.. and the wrong settings actually even accentuate the toy=like feeling.

    NEVER BUY THIS AT FULL PRICE!!! Not even worth its sale price!

  6. andren79

    Very sturdy, especially the pedals. I sit on my living room couch and my G29 is supported by a Wheel Stand Pro. The combination is great.

    The Driving Force GT that I used with my PS3 is just a toy in comparison to the G29. This is a proper simulator tool. I played hours of Project Cars and F1 2016 on my PS4. I noticed how easy it is to catch those slight overseer moments. With the game pad (same PS4 games) or with my old Driving Force GT (PS3) I had to set up all cars to understeer a bit so I wouldn’t lose the rear end on corner exits. With the G29 I get great feedback that allows me to set the cars up to be more neutral. In combination with the great throttle pedal modulation, my corner exit speeds are faster than ever.

    The brake pedal has great feeling. It is just like a real car (albeit not a race car, but how many “normal” people would have the leg strength for that?). At the end of travel, it becomes hard, simulating the brake pads touching the discs. You can very easily go hard braking from high speeds and slightly pull it back as the car slows down so the wheels don’t lock up. I am playing without any brake assists whatsoever and have full control. I brake with my left foot and agree with another comment that the the brake/throttle are too close together for this kind of driving, but it would make no sense to right-foot brake an F1 or Le Mans prototype when in real life the drivers use the left foot (as they have no foot clutch). It was tricky to find a good sitting position with the Wheel Stand Pro’s column on the way, but like the other reviewer I moved the pedals slightly to the left and it feels great, even though I’m 5’8″ and my legs are aiming towards the center more than someone taller who could move the pedals further forward.

    The paddle shifters are sturdy enough and do what they’re supposed too. The “clicking” sound doesn’t bother me even though my speaker volumes are low, but I can see how some people could be annoyed.

    I don’t have the stick shifter add-on and have never used the clutch, so my review doesn’t cover them.

    My only negative comment is the “clipping” you get when the wheel simulates extreme situations (like driving over certain curbs), which is a consequence of this not being an actual steering system linked to actual tires. Some calibration can help with that (lots of info on the Internet) but I found that the default settings provide the best compromise, as clipping removal tends to reduce overall feedback under “normal” conditions.

    If you’re a car person and/or racing fan that enjoys simulation driving, you’ll be happy with the G29.

  7. Mike

    It’s a g29 what else can I say. If your just getting into sim racing it’s a good starting point. I first added the stiffer brake spring(left the runner block, gives a more realistic feel) swapped brake to clutch and clutch to gas. Toss the gas spring. I have since installed the axc brake pedal 🙂 . Only complaint is the width of the steering wheel, but its minor. Do yourself a favor and pair it with the openwheeler racing cockpit.

  8. Josh

    I used this in my racing arcade cabinet. You can use the software to limit the travel to whatever angle you want. So if you have steering that is too sensitive, you can increase the turning radius. If you have steering that is not sensitive enough, you can decrease the turning radius. The sensitivity of the pedals and steering is adjustable.
    The pedals mounted to a plastic base but the pedal pads, arms and bases are all metal and very sturdy.
    You can remove the base and screw the pedals directly to your sim or arcade cabinet.
    The gas pedal spring is linear and has minor resistance. The clutch pedal has a progressive spring that is slightly stiffer than the gas pedal. The brake pedal is also a progressive spring and gets pretty stiff as you push it harder. Dont listen to the people talking bad about the brake pedal, they obviously had never driven a real car. The pedals feel nearly identical to a real car.
    The steering is extremely accurate and will detect even 1 degree of movement on highest settings.
    The strength of the force feedback is adjustable and on max settings will easily rip the steering wheel out of your hands. The force feedback on max settings capable of far more force than any real car or even race car.
    The steering wheel is also metal framed and wrapped in real leather so it is very sturdy with no flex.

    The only reason I give it 4 stars is due to the fact that you cannot swap steering wheels or remove the buttons.
    The steering wheel is also a bit small for my liking.
    The force feedback motor is also pretty noisy. It makes enough noise for my wife to ask what’s wrong with it. It constantly makes grinding type noises.

    Overall. It’s fantastic quality and capability the price. Most people wouldn’t mind the smaller wheel and noisy motor.

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