WRC Generations Wheel Settings: Logitech, Thrustmaster, Fanatec & more

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WRC Generations

WRC Generations was released last week but you'll need the right wheel settings to be quick. We're big fans of the new World Rally Championship game, as Nacon go out on a high!

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Here's everything you need to know about racing wheels in WRC Generations!

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WRC Generations Wheel Settings

Like any other racing games, you need to make sure that you've got the right settings in-game to have success. You can be the fastest racer in the world, but if your game isn't set up correctly, you'll struggle to top the times.

To change your wheel settings, you need to head to the game's main menu. Then, "Options" (at the top of the screen) and "Controls"

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There are many top-level racing wheels which work with WRC Generations, and we've collated some of the most popular for you below.

Logitech G29/920

Let's start with the Logitech G29, which is one of the best wheels on the market within its price range.

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  • Accelerate: Sensitivity (0), Deadzone (0), Saturation (100), Rescale (On), Invert (On).
  • Brake: Sensitivity (0), Deadzone (5), Saturation (100), Rescale (On), Invert (On).
  • Clutch: Sensitivity (0), Deadzone (1), Saturation (100), Rescale (On), Invert (On).
  • Steer left: Sensitivity (0), Deadzone (0), Saturation (13), Rescale (Off), Invert (On).
  • Steer right: Sensitivity (0), Deadzone (0), Saturation (13), Rescale (Off), Invert (On).

Thrustmaster T248

We'll continue with Thrustmaster's high-end entry into the wheel market.

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  • Steer Left Sensitivity - 0
  • Steer Left Deadzone - 0
  • Steer Left Saturation - 100
  • Steer Left Rescale - Off
  • Steer Left Invert - On
  • Steer Right Sensitivity - 0
  • Steer Right Deadzone - 0
  • Steer Right Saturation - 100
  • Steer Right Rescale - Off
  • Steer Right Invert - On
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Fanatec DD1/DD2

Next up, we've got a generalised setup for Logitech DD1 and DD2 wheels. Have a little play around with this one, but this worked well for us!

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  • Force feedback: 38%
  • FFS: Maximum
  • NDP: 20%
  • NFR: 1%
  • NIN: Off
  • INT: 2%
  • FEI: 100%
  • FDR: 100%
  • SPR: 100%
  • DPR: Off

Fanatec GT7 DD Pro

Although this wheel was created for Gran Turismo 7, it can be used for other games. This includes WRC Generations on the PlayStation 5.

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  • Accelerate: Sensitivity (0), Deadzone (1), Saturation (100), Rescale (Off), Invert (Off).
  • Brake: Sensitivity (0), Deadzone (1), Saturation (100), Rescale (Off), Invert (Off).
  • Clutch: Sensitivity (0), Deadzone (1), Saturation (100), Rescale (Off), Invert (Off).
  • Steer left: Sensitivity (2.5), Deadzone (0), Saturation (100), Rescale (Off), Invert (On).
  • Steer right: Sensitivity (2.5), Deadzone (0), Saturation (100), Rescale (Off), Invert (Off).

Launch trailer

If you haven't picked up WRC Generations yet, you're missing out. The launch trailer shows you what to expect from Generations when you boot up the game, check it out below: