Supported PS4 Racing Accessories

Discussion in 'GT Resource Center' started by calvins48, Apr 20, 2015.

  1. calvins48

    calvins48 TPRA Staff

    [video=youtube;J0wouW_XxPI]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0wouW_XxPI[/video]​

    Thought this thread might come in handy as a quick reference guide. Can be updated as new wheels are released and/or made compatible with the PS4.

    Please note that all prices are averages and are subject to fluctuation. Please shop around to find the best (and legit) deals.

    Please research to find what suits you best. There are many accessory combinations that you can build, including between multiple manufacturers. If you're confused, don't hesitate to ask for help! :sHa_thumb2:


    Supported Wheels
    -- Thrustmaster T80 (pedals included) - $90
    -- Thrustmaster T150 (pedals included) - $200
    -- Thrustmaster T300RS (pedals included) - $350
    -- Thrustmaster T300 Ferrari Integral Alcantara Edition (599XX EVO detachable rim, T300 Servo Base & T3PA pedals included in one pack) - $470 [RECOMMENDED PACKAGE]
    -- Thrustmaster T500RS (pedals included) - $550

    -- Fanatec Porsche 911 GT3 RS V2 (pedals not included)*
    -- Fanatec Porsche 911 GT2 (pedals not included)*
    -- Fanatec Porsche 911 GT3 RS V2 Value Pack (Fanatec CSR Pedals included)*
    *The Fanatec wheels listed above are attached to an included base. However, they're no longer available for purchase on Fanatec's website.

    -- Logitech G29 Driving Force (pedals included) - $350


    Supported Servo Bases
    -- Thrustmaster T300 Servo Base - $250
    -- Fanatec ClubSport Wheel Base V2 Servo - $600


    Supported Pedals
    -- Thrustmaster T3PA (clutch included) - $100
    -- Thrustmaster T3PA Pro (clutch included) - $150

    -- Fanatec CSR (clutch included) - $80
    -- Fanatec ClubSport V3 (clutch included) - $300


    Supported Shifters
    -- Thrustmaster TH8A - $130

    -- Fanatec ClubSport Shifter V 1.5 - $150
    -- Fanatec ClubSport Shifter SQ V 1.5 - $200

    -- Logitech Driving Force Shifter - $60


    Supported Wheel Rims
    -- Thrustmaster Ferrari GTE Ferrari 458 Challenge Edition - $110
    -- Thrustmaster Ferrari F1 - $140
    -- Thrustmaster TM Leather 28 GT - $150
    -- Thrustmaster 599 XX EVO 30 Alcantara Edition - $180

    -- Fanatec CSL P1 for Xbox One - $140
    -- Fanatec ClubSport Universal Hub - $170
    -- Fanatec ClubSport Formula Black - $180
    -- Fanatec ClubSport Formula Carbon - $250
    -- Fanatec ClubSport BMW M3 GT2 - $250
    -- Fanatec ClubSport Drift Xbox One (Universal Hub included) - $400
    -- Fanatec ClubSport Classic Xbox One (Universal Hub included) - $400
    -- Fanatec ClubSport GT Forza Motorsport Xbox One (Universal Hub included) - $400
    -- Fanatec ClubSport Round 1 Xbox One (Universal Hub included) - $400
    -- Fanatec ClubSport Oval Xbox One (Universal Hub included) - $400
    -- Fanatec ClubSport GT Xbox One (Universal Hub included) - $400
    -- Fanatec ClubSport Flat 1 Xbox One (Universal Hub included) - $400
    -- Fanatec ClubSport Porsche 918 RSR - $400


    Supported Handbrakes
    -- Fanatec Handbrake - $100 [Releasing 2016]
     
    Last edited: Dec 5, 2015
  2. DarkLegions

    DarkLegions Licensed Racer

    Re: Supported PS4 Racing Wheels

    whoa, t300 just went up to $448 on amazon... wtf
     
  3. calvins48

    calvins48 TPRA Staff

    Re: Supported PS4 Racing Wheels

    Will adjust that, thanks. It fluctuates quite a lot on Amazon unfortunately. However, I'm sure there's a good deal around somewhere. Amazon isn't always the cheapest! :sHa_okay:
     
    Last edited: Apr 23, 2015
  4. SSRacing69

    SSRacing69 Administrator

    Re: Supported PS4 Racing Wheels

    Bummer, I've been seriously considering buying the T300 very soon as a back up wheel.
     
  5. DarkLegions

    DarkLegions Licensed Racer

    Last edited: Apr 23, 2015
  6. SSRacing69

    SSRacing69 Administrator

    Re: Supported PS4 Racing Wheels

    Cool! Thanks.
     
  7. calvins48

    calvins48 TPRA Staff

    Re: Supported PS4 Racing Wheels

    Updated with G29. :sHa_okay:
     
  8. ori0n378e

    ori0n378e Licensed Racer

    Re: Supported PS4 Racing Wheels

    So does anyone have the new G29 and an old G25? If so, does the G25 shifter work with the G29?

    Thanks,
    Jeremy
     
  9. Jimmy1971

    Jimmy1971 Administrator Staff Member

  10. ori0n378e

    ori0n378e Licensed Racer

  11. calvins48

    calvins48 TPRA Staff

    Re: Supported PS4 Racing Wheels

    Added Thrustmaster T150.
     
  12. Jimmy1971

    Jimmy1971 Administrator Staff Member

    Re: Supported PS4 Racing Wheels

    [video=youtube;crDCD4pTscU]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=crDCD4pTscU[/video]
     
  13. calvins48

    calvins48 TPRA Staff

    Re: Supported PS4 Racing Wheels

    For anybody switching over to the PS4 that doesn't have the budget, the T150 looks the way to go. Thrustmaster's T80 is equivalent to a DFGT in terms of price, but the quality is nowhere near as good as the DFGT was in comparison.

    The T150 is more expensive than the T80 but less expensive than the T300 and T500RS so it seems like a great entry-level wheel with a very premium feel. From the way it's being reviewed, it's almost as good as the T300 and it's a whole $200 less. If Logitech ever made a wheel between the DFGT and the G25/G27 on PS3, this would be it.

    Plus, both the T3PA pedals and TH8RS shifter are both compatible with the T150.

    In comparison, the T300 has a removable rim, a thicker wheel by about half an inch and better pedals.

    On Amazon, you're looking at about $640 for a PS4, T150 and Project CARS since there are no Project CARS bundles out right now. But you could save around $40 if you can find a PS4 bundled with Project CARS and get a nice even $600 for the console, the wheel and the game.

    It might be the choice of most people looking to switch to PS4 who can't afford one of the higher-end wheels. :sHa_okay:
     
    Last edited: Sep 16, 2015
  14. PuckHead77

    PuckHead77 Licensed Racer

    Re: Supported PS4 Racing Wheels

    I would have bought the T150 instead of the T300 if it were available at the time. No doubt about it.
     
  15. MiamiPhill

    MiamiPhill TPRA Staff

  16. PuckHead77

    PuckHead77 Licensed Racer

    Re: Supported PS4 Racing Wheels

    NICE!!!:sHa_thumb2:
     
  17. Jimmy1971

    Jimmy1971 Administrator Staff Member

    Re: Supported PS4 Racing Wheels

    Looking forward to racing with you again Phil. Have you already purchased a PS4 or is that next on the list?
     
  18. NBA336

    NBA336 Licensed Racer

    Re: Supported PS4 Racing Wheels

    That's great Phil. Hope to see you on the track soon.
     
  19. MiamiPhill

    MiamiPhill TPRA Staff

    Re: Supported PS4 Racing Wheels

    Next on the list, my son wanted Star Wars battlefront so I pre-ordered the bundle.
    Yep, can't wait.:sBo_crazyjump:
    Thanks man.:sHa_thumb2:
     
  20. MiamiPhill

    MiamiPhill TPRA Staff

    Re: Supported PS4 Racing Wheels

    It won't matter for much longer, but did any of you guys go from a G27 to a T300RS. I ask because on GT6 it feels more precise but less communicative, kinda can't feel the road.
     

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