The Crew Motorfest Steering Wheel and Peripheral support detailed

Justin Melillo
Wheels, pedals, joysticks and more that will be compatible with The Crew Motorfest have been detailed as of 4th August.
The Crew Motorfest action

Ubisoft’s The Crew Motorfest is due out later this year, on 14th September. On Friday (4th August), the team behind the title unveiled a compatibility list for each platform the game will release on and what gaming peripherals, such as Steering Wheels, will work on them.

Not just limited to Steering Bases, Wheels, Pedals, Shifters and even Handbrakes, but the peripheral list also includes Gamepads, Joysticks, and other types of products from the big three of hardware manufacturers – Fanatec, Logitech and Thrustmaster.

Sorry to the folks on Asetek and MOZA products – your peripherals have not been listed at current. That’s not to say that Ubisoft won’t add the compatibility down the road, specifically for PC players, but for now, it looks like it is just going to be able to handle the more established brands in the racing equipment sphere.

While The Crew Motorfest focuses of cars and driving them, there are also planes and boats, so it’s a bit curious as to what happens when you switch vehicle types, if you have to switch peripherals as well or if it will be seamless. There’s a bit of a Q&A about some of the features of the peripherals, and that’s also been posted below.

While we know that this isn’t really something that would need it since it tends more towards a game than a simulation, it is worth noting that every car in The Crew Motorfest has a cockpit camera, with detailed car interiors.

Unlike in one of The Crew’s rival titles, Forza Horizon 5, arm animations for drivers in cockpit mode seem to move in a more realistic fashion.

Knowing that, it looks to us like the upcoming title has been designed with wheel users in mind from an early stage, which is cool for chronic wheel users like myself that just can’t say no to wheeling, even on titles like Mario Kart and Wreckfest. I can hear my friends yelling at me about that already.

Just to also note, the site says that the ‘Fanatec CSL DD’ is compatible for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, however we believe this is a simple typo and what they actually mean is the the Fanatec Gran Turismo DD Pro Wheel Base, which they do mention to be compatible in the PC section.

Check out the compatibility list below, compiled from the Ubisoft website. What other peripherals do you hope to see included in the future? Let us know in the comments!

ProductTypePCPS4PS5XB OneXB S X|S
Fanatec ClubSport HandbrakeHandbrake
Fanatec ClubSport PedalsPedals
Fanatec ClubSport Pedals V3Pedals
Fanatec ClubSport ShifterShifter
Fanatec ClubSport Wheel Base V2 ServoWheel Base
Fanatec ClubSport Wheel Base V2.5Wheel Base
Fanatec CSL DDWheel Base✓(?)✓(?)
Fanatec CSL Elite Wheel BaseWheel Base
Fanatec CSL PedalsPedals
Fanatec DD1Wheel Base
Fanatec DD2Wheel Base
Fanatec Gran Turismo DD Pro Wheel BaseWheel Base(?)(?)
Hori Onyx PS4Gamepad
Leo Bodnar Pedals Adapter for LogitechPedals
Leo Bodnar Shifter Adapter for LogitechShifter
Logitech Extreme 3D ProJoystick
Logitech G X52 HotasJoystick
Logitech G27Wheel Set
Logitech G29Wheel Set
Logitech G920Wheel Set
Logitech G923 PS4Wheel Set
Logitech G923 XboxWheel Set
Logitech Racing PRO PedalsPedals
Logitech Racing PRO SonyWheel Set
Logitech Racing PRO XboxWheel Set
Thrustmaster BT-LED DisplayOther
Thrustmaster eSwap Pro ControllerGamepad
Thrustmaster T818Wheel Set
Thrustmaster Hotas Warthog™ Flight StickJoystick
Thrustmaster Hotas Warthog™ Dual ThrottleThrottle
Thrustmaster T.16000MJoystick
Thrustmaster T.Flight Hotas 4Joystick
Thrustmaster T.Flight Hotas OneJoystick
Thrustmaster T.Flight Hotas XJoystick
Thrustmaster T.Flight Rudder PedalsPedals
Thrustmaster T128 PlaystationWheel Set
Thrustmaster T128 XboxWheel Set
Thrustmaster T150Wheel Set
Thrustmaster T-248 PSWheel Set
Thrustmaster T-248 XboxWheel Set
Thrustmaster T300 RSWheel Set
Thrustmaster T3PA Add-OnPedals
Thrustmaster T3PA Pro Add-OnPedals
Thrustmaster T3PMPedals
Thrustmaster T500 RSWheel Set
Thrustmaster T80Wheel Set
Thrustmaster T80 Ferrari 488GTB EditionWheel Set
Thrustmaster TCA Quadrant Airbus EditionThrottle
Thrustmaster TCA Sidestick AirbusJoystick
Thrustmaster T-GTWheel Set
Thrustmaster T-GT 2Wheel Set
Thrustmaster TH8A Shifter Add-OnShifter
Thrustmaster TH8 RS ShifterShifter
Thrustmaster TMXWheel Set
Thrustmaster TS-PCWheel Set
Thrustmaster TSS Sparco Mod+Shifter
Thrustmaster TS-XWWheel Set
Thrustmaster TWCS ThrottleThrottle
Thrustmaster TXWheel Set

What are the options available with steering wheels and peripherals listed above? (per Ubisoft)

  • Button Remapping: each action can be remapped from all peripherals across all platforms.
  • Plug & Play: player with any peripheral at any time.
  • Dynamic Wheel Range: your vehicle wheel range will be applied automatically to your steering wheel for a 1:1 racing experience. An option is available to switch to a static wheel range.
  • Dynamic Force Feedback: precise feedback tuned for each supported steering wheels based on the vehicle you use and the parameters you selected.
  • Haptic Contexts: steering wheels and gamepads are tuned through 30 vehicle contexts and behaviors to offer the most fine-tune experienced.
  • Dualsense Haptics: new sound based rumbles technology to redirect most engine and road related effects inside your Dualsense.
  • Trigger Haptics: Braking and Throttle triggers feedback ABS and Gearshift.


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