With F1 2017, developer Codemasters included enough hardware support to get as close to the action as you could ever imagine without leaving your house.
Xbox One race fans are well looked after, with plenty of wheels, shifters, pedals and even the "Buttkicker," which will push all the feeling of the kerbs right through your derriere. Whether you have a wheel already or you're looking to pick one up, check out the list below to see what inputs F1 2017 supports.
F1 2017 racing wheel support
- Fanatec ClubSport Shifter SQ V 1.5
- Fanatec ClubSportWheel v1 + CSL P1 and/or Universal Xbox One Hub
- Fanatec ClubSportWheel v2 + CSL P1 and/or Universal Xbox One Hub
- Fanatec ClubSportWheel v2.5 + CSL P1 and/or Universal Xbox One Hub
- Fanatec CSL Elite + CSL P1 and/or Universal Xbox One Hub (opens in new tab)
- Hori Racing Wheel Controller Xbox One (opens in new tab)
- Logitech Driving Force Shifter
- Logitech G920 Racing Wheel (opens in new tab)
- MadCatz Pro Racing (opens in new tab)
- Thrustmaster F1 Rim + Servo base (opens in new tab)
- Thrustmaster Ferrari 458 Rim + Servo base
- Thrustmaster Ferrari GTE Rim + Servo base
- Thrustmaster Leather 28 GT Rim + Servo base
- Thrustmaster TH8A Add-On Shifter
- Thrustmaster TMX (opens in new tab)
- Thrustmaster TX (opens in new tab)
- Xbox One Controller (opens in new tab)
F1 2017 is available now on Xbox One, PlayStation (PS4), PC and Mac. On Xbox One, it costs $59.99, and if you're on the fence be sure to check out our full review.
Richard Devine is an Editor at Windows Central. A former Project Manager and long-term tech addict, he joined Mobile Nations in 2011 and has been found on Android Central and iMore as well as Windows Central. Currently you'll find him covering all manner of PC hardware and gaming, and you can follow him on Twitter and Instagram.
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