Xbox One Wheel

Looking for a great wheel to improve your Xbox One racing experience? Look no further.

When it comes to console racing, the Xbox One X is very well equipped with the best titles around. Whether you're a Forza fan or looking forward to the forthcoming Project Cars 2, Xbox is the place to be for racing on console.

If you're getting serious about your virtual racing, you'll probably be interested in moving away from a controller and up to a wheel. And if you're looking for the best, check out this little lot.

Best racing games for Xbox One

Logitech G920

Logitech G920

The Logitech G920 is one of the best all-rounders, in part because it's often available at a discount thanks to being on the market for a while at this point.

The G920 is an exceptionally well-built product with built-in vibration motors, a 900-degree rotation, leather grip and a full three pedal setup. This means you can use the optional gearshift with it if you prefer those over the paddles, though it's not included.

Logitech has a history of making great wheels, and the G920 is just the latest in that lineup. It's priced around $260 right now, but that's a sharp decrease from its original asking price. And it's well worth it.

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Thrustmaster TS-XW

Thrustmaster's newest, possibly highest-spec wheel to date is the TS-XW. Modelled on a real-life steering wheel through a partnership with Sparco, the TS-XW is a 1:1 replica of the company's P310 competition wheel.

It has a brushless motor and force-feedback system and a whopping 1080 degrees of turning in each direction with a dual belt-pulley system and metal ball-bearing axle. The build quality is phenomenal.

It comes with a three-pedal setup, but the stick shift is sold separately, as are different style wheels that fit the servo base. This wheel has 14 action buttons and is certified for Xbox One and Windows 10. And the external "turbo" ensures you get a constant power supply for ultra-fast response to instructions from the game.

This wheel is one of the most impressive you'll find right now, which is important because it costs around $650.

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Fanatec CSL Elite

Fantec

There's serious, and then there's serious. Fanatec wheels are some of the most expensive you'll find, but not without reason. If you want the ultimate, you probably want a Fanatec.

The core is the CSL Elite wheelbase which houses all the electronics and the motors. You'll get 1080 degrees of rotation, advanced force feedback and even rev lights on the top of the unit. Fanatec has a complete system at its disposal, too, with shifters, improved pedals and more. It's as close to the real thing as you'll find.

The Fanatec CSL Elite also allows you to swap out the wheel itself, which in this case allows you to add a specific Xbox One compatible one. Clip it on, sit back, and hit the tarmac! Be prepared to pay a high price, though, with this bundle coming in close to $600.

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Thrustmaster TMX

TMX

If your budget is a little tighter, then you might consider the TMX from Thrustmaster. At $150 it's the cheapest here while still offering much of the same experience.

You're still getting a sleek design, leather trim and 900-degree rotation with paddle shift. The pedals on the TMX are plastic, not metal, which is one of the areas the price has been trimmed.

The force feedback is still on point, and the pedals can actually be adjusted so you can get as comfortable as possible behind the wheel.

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What video game racing wheels do you use? Are there any that you think should be included in this list? Hit the comments.

Updated November 7, 2017: The ultra high-end Thrustmaster TS-XW makes its debut on our list in place of an older model.