The entire experience, based on Logitech’s TRUEFORCE Force feedback, felt more like a racing game in a custom arcade cabinet, where everything is fine-tuned to restore the feeling of high-speed driving. I admit, after a couple of races, I was sweating as if I was actually behind the wheel of an expensive supercharged vehicle. According to Logitech, TRUEFORCE processes the physics and audio of the game engine over 4,000 times per second to convey this feeling of realism. This is not a specification that I can easily test, but my accelerated heart rate spoke. Apparently my body thought I was going to have an exciting encounter in the real world.
Unfortunately I couldn̵
Once again, Logitech seems to have another success for racing enthusiasts. Anyone who really cares about playing driving games with a sense of realism would probably not keep an eye on throwing $ 400 for haunting new force feedback. It’s less clear whether current Logitech bike owners think that TRUEFORCE is reason enough to spend that much money again.
Although I can’t exactly compare the experience with Logitech’s older products, I can say the following: after testing the G923, I always know what I’m missing when I play again Forza Horizon 4 with a gamepad.