The G29 is supposed to be pretty good. If you want to stick with Thrustmaster you could go with the T300 RS GT (if that's not the one you currently have).yeah thats the first playable in game version for sure. That footage nissan put out a few weeks ago with the Z alongside the heritage Zs was definitely running on the Gran Turismo engine..... but GT7 unsurprisingly got pushed to 2022
its a shame as im really into racing games. ive got one of those racing cockpits but need to get a new wheel though as the thrustmaster I had probably doesnt work with my PS5. I could get the logitech G29? or maybe wait and see if Gran Turismo does a branded one next year
here is an old pic of my set up View attachment 1065
The G29 is supposed to be pretty good. If you want to stick with Thrustmaster you could go with the T300 RS GT (if that's not the one you currently have).
I haven't had the chance to snag a PS5, despite my best efforts lol. But is it as big of an upgrade over the PS4 as people say?I had the older T500 RS that has all the Gran Turismo logos ect. but its not compatible with PS5. I gave it away to my buddy when i got my new console so I will need to get something new. Just not in a rush as there isnt really anything racing out for PS5 at the moment. only games ive really played on it are watch dogs legion and the PS5 version of control.
I will probably get a xbox series X too when forza and halo ever come out
I haven't had the chance to snag a PS5, despite my best efforts lol. But is it as big of an upgrade over the PS4 as people say?
It does seem like the games they released at launch is weaker compared to the PS4 and PS3. I'm going to get used to that trigger sensitivity.Its all about the games and right now there isnt really that must have game out for it that you cant play on PS4. the ray tracing ( which is how lighting falls on objects in real life) for instance in the PS5 version of Control made a difference and games can run at 60FPS in 4K and that feels super smooth ( maybe too smooth as it made me a little sick for extended gameplay) the controller is probably the biggest upgrade. all the feedback and pressure sensitive triggers are cool. for example in shooters each gun can have its own feel of trigger pull. havent really tried a racing game on it other than 10 mins of an old need for speed game. once the big triple A games start being made just for it I think you will really see a difference between the consoles.