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Reviewed in Canada on August 5, 2020
I got this for my Logitech G920, mainly for two games: Forza Horizon and Euro Truck Simulator.
First things first, the build quality is decent. It's all plastic except underneath the shifter knob, which is leatherette.
It doesn't have any extra buttons, it's just the shifter. It holds onto a table from three points, and it can come off if you shift too fast. This happens quite a lot in Forza Horizon 4. I have a stand for the G920, but you can't install the shifter on it.
You NEED to connect it to the G920, you can't directly connect it to your computer.
Here's where the issues start. First of all, the layout on the shifter doesn't fit the actual layout. The shifter has 6 ways, and for the seventh, you need to press the knob and shift it onto 6th. I actually just realized this as I am writing this review. Needless to say, it's unintuitive.
The bigger problem is the actual ways. They're too close to one another, and I find myself shifting into 4th instead of 6th (or 3rd instead of 5th) way too often.
This might be fine for someone who's never driven a manual car before, but considering how good the steering wheel and the pedals are, this is really a disappointment.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Meh
By Murat P on August 5, 2020
I got this for my Logitech G920, mainly for two games: Forza Horizon and Euro Truck Simulator.
First things first, the build quality is decent. It's all plastic except underneath the shifter knob, which is leatherette.
It doesn't have any extra buttons, it's just the shifter. It holds onto a table from three points, and it can come off if you shift too fast. This happens quite a lot in Forza Horizon 4. I have a stand for the G920, but you can't install the shifter on it.
You NEED to connect it to the G920, you can't directly connect it to your computer.
Here's where the issues start. First of all, the layout on the shifter doesn't fit the actual layout. The shifter has 6 ways, and for the seventh, you need to press the knob and shift it onto 6th. I actually just realized this as I am writing this review. Needless to say, it's unintuitive.
The bigger problem is the actual ways. They're too close to one another, and I find myself shifting into 4th instead of 6th (or 3rd instead of 5th) way too often.
This might be fine for someone who's never driven a manual car before, but considering how good the steering wheel and the pedals are, this is really a disappointment.
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