Any recommentations for this new game for GT DDPro on PS5?
I need this too pls ! 😊
Rally Technical has created a video guide for the FFB settings. I've lowered the engine and crash settings to about 30, otherwise these feel pretty good.
Fanatec & Logitech FFB Settings | EA Sports WRC - YouTube
It would be nice if Fanatec would show any support for new games. Forza Motorsport still doesn't have any official posts with settings and all default settings are absolute trash. WRC still doesn't even have its own section yet. These companies that are providing official support in games for their products you would think would want them to work and feel good too but apparently its up to the community to try and do that for them.
Yes, we can understand the game is new, but there are Fanatec logo's trackside at almost every stage in this game, so it leads one to believe there at least is some involvement...
Fanatec was quick to release recommended settings for F1 2023, unfortunately to no good, as they were poor. Other than that, settings are published long after the game’s release, if ever. I learned this the hard way as WRC 10 never got any, despite having the brand name plastered all over it.
It is beyond me why Fanatec operates like this.
I have the best settings. Idk how to leave a post 4 every one to see
Ok. Here are best ps5 ea WRC GT Dd pro settings. SEN-AUTO or 900. FF-40. FFS- PEAK. NDP-25. NFR-10. NIN-OFF. INT-3. FEI-100. FOR-100. SPR-100. DPR-100.
EDIT DEVICE SETTINGS
Vibrationa d force-on
Self aligne torque-80
SELF CENTRE FORCE- ON. HOPE THIS HEPS. IM SHAWNDABOMB420 ON PSN. HAVE A GOOD DAY
Actually. 720 may be best for sensitivity
Hello, does anyone have the problem that with the GT DD Pro 8Nm and the BMW GT2 V2 steering wheel it does not detect the buttons?
I have to enter the game with the PS5 controller and the same to move through the menus, only the pedals and steering wheel work for me once I am on the track to start.
On the track, no buttons on the steering wheel work either, only the PS5 controller.
Do you know how to solve it?
Are you running the wheel in native mode? Blue (PS5) Red (PC)? I just recreated what you are talking about by running it in compatibility mode on PC. Also make sure your wheel is set as the primary device in the control settings.
Fanatec DD Pro/CSL DD 8nm
SEN - This is all over the place. I was running the game in auto with great results. Today I booted the game and it was at max degrees and I couldn't get it to change. Running 900 or 720 seems fine. Calibration makes no sense. Usually says 180 after I calibrate it but soft lock is still at whatever the base is set to.
FFB - 100
FFS - Peak
NDP - 20
NFR - 10
NIN - 0 (Many are setting this from 10 - 20. I don't like the extra assist on turning it provides. Makes the wheel feel "swimmy")
INT - 3
FEI - 80-100 (If you like less vibration change it here. It's much easier to do than opening the in game menu and tweaking it for each car/track.)
FOR - 80 Asphalt, 100 gravel/dirt, 120 snow (Again, easy to change on base. It feels like tarmac is just a bit too heavy for me and loses detail. This has been a good quick way for me to get a better feeling on all surfaces.
SPR - 0
DPR - 100
Torque - 62
Wheel Friction - 34
Tyre Friction - 18
Suspension - 125
Tyre Slip - 90
Engine - 100 (Personal preference change at will)
Collision - 80 (Same as engine, personal preference)
Soft lock - 75 - 100 (Same as two above, personal preference)
Steering Centre Force - OFF - All this setting does is align your wheel when you reset to track. I don't like my wheel whipping around 360 degrees with my fingers near it so I leave it off.
This game just like all the others is fiddly. If you like a tighter wheel because you're a masochist and haven't ever driven a vehicle, crank up those 2 friction settings.
I will be leaving my settings here for awhile. Changing values on the BASE instead of in-game when I feel like something needs to be dialed in. It's much faster and I can get what I'm missing by playing with those instead of going through the menus each time.
P.S - It's also a good idea to power cycle your wheel after messing with in game settings. There seems to be a disconnect sometimes where the degrees and vibrations get confused.
yeah where is all the official support? there should be a WRC 23 thread in the first time with the recommended settings for all the Fanatec bases not just the DD
The official posts for any game are usually many months after release. Who knows. And honestly, the settings they provide are usually not great for most people either way.
One would assume Fanatec has some decent settings for their wheelbases as they let a big group of real life WRC drivers try out the game on their setups with DD1's or DD2's just over a week ago.
Interesting, makes it even more inexplicable as to why the settings are online at launch.
Yes u r correct I change it back and forth to which car they put me in. Lol
These are my settings for the DD2. I've always used a lower FFB setting but tried making it higher and then setting the game FFB lower and I think I prefer that. You do have to make sure though that you set the Steering force scale way down so when you reset your car the wheel doesn't reset so fast.
Sen - 900
FFB - 85
FFS - Linear
NFR,NIN - off
INT - 1
FEI - 70
In Game Settings
SAT - 20
WF - 10
TF - 20
SUS - 90
TS - 25
ENG - 30
Coll - 70
Soft Lock - 100
Steering Force Scale - 5