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Logitech Driving Force Shifter – ISR Review

The guys over at InsideSimRacing.tv have gotten their hands on one of Logitech’s new Driving Force addon shifters for the G29 & G920 steering wheels, putting it through a full review.

The guys over at InsideSimRacing.tv have gotten their hands on one of Logitech’s new Driving Force addon shifters for the G29 & G920 steering wheels, putting it through a full review.

Logitech’s new offering isn’t particularly attractive compared to the old G27 shifter as not only has the shifter been de-bundled from the wheel, it has also lost its button & d-pad functionality compared to the old model.

There’s good news for owners of a G27 that make the switch to the G29/G920 can simply carry over their old shifter and use it as they did before, minus the additional buttons as these don’t work on the new wheel.

The shifter is now available for 59,99€, watch the review below to see what the guys think of it!

  • Franklin Silva

    G27/G29 deserves a low cost sequential shifter

  • Babis Rataplan

    G27 250 Euros with shifter and G29 400 euros without H shifter and its the same wheel from what I heard …. So why is this happening ?

    • IJOJOI

      Because the G27 doesn’t work on consoles.
      What a shame for Logitech 😉
      They had to make a new wheel, sine the old wheel wasn’t supported…
      because of security features. 🙁
      Poor Logitech, but great that they offer a all new wheel for console players.

      *this post may contains irony.

  • bduddy

    Feeling really good about my recent purchase of a G27, $199, new in box…

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