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    Rookie Sergio SC's Avatar
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    Exclamation Hori wheel PS4

    good morning, I purchased the Hori RWA steering wheel recently with the video game Project Cars 2 in its version of Ps4, but I can not get vibration in the PS4-S mode. The game detects the steering wheel perfectly, but that function does not appear active. They could indicate me some solution or configuration to achieve a more real and vibrating driving experience. Thanks and best regards

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    Does Project Cars 2 support vibration on the Hori? Do you get vibration in other games with the Hori?
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    I suspect its not a fully supported wheel. does the hori wheel appear on the wheel configuration page or are you using 'custom wheel'
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    At least on PC, the Hori wheel is supported as a gamepad, not as a real wheel.
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    WMD Member wyldanimal's Avatar
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    The Hori Apex is a GAMEPAD controller, ( similar to how the thrustmaster T-80 works )
    With the Steering Wheel and Pedals function as the joy Sticks.
    it does not have Force Feed back, it is a Bungee Cord Wheel.
    It does have Vibration just like the Game Pad.

    So it must be configured as a DS4 gamepad, unless the Game specifically has a setup for it.

    One advantage to this type of wheel.
    they usually have two operation modes.
    A steering Wheel mode, for use in Games that offer direct support for them.
    and as a GamePad, for use in games that don't detect them or directly support them as Racing Wheels.

    used in Gamepad mode, they add a Steering wheel to all the games that don't
    support use of a steering wheel, such as many of the Need for Speed games.
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