If you are looking for the best Wheel Settings for F1 22 then you have come to the right place. Read the article to know more.
F1 22 Best Wheel Settings for Beginners :
F1 22 has finally been released on all major platforms and racing game fans are really excited about this one. Developed by Codemasters and published by EA F1 22 is the fifteenth installment in the franchise and this one looks more promising than ever.
Unlike racing games like NFS, F1 22 gives you that sense of realism with fully customizable settings. Driving on F1 feels a lot more realistic compared to any other driving game.
The best way to experience F1 22 is by using a driving wheel. The right wheel settings could actually do wonders for you in the game helping you win almost all races. This is why we are here, to help you with the correct Wheel Settings for F1 22.
Best Wheel Settings for F1 22 :
Any good wheel preferably Thrustmaster and Logitech would work just fine for the game. However, Thrustmaster comes with a customizable control panel where you would have to leave everything at default except for the Wheel Rotation/Angle which should be 360 degrees.
While in-game press the pause button and go to settings. The menus are different this year but I am sure you would find your way around in no time. When we talk of Wheel Settings we talk about editing the Control, Vibration & Force Feedback settings.
Once you are in settings you would see a lot of created presets. Most of them should be Thrustmaster. However, if you do not have your Wheel listed there go over to Generic and make these changes :
Select a Preset and then select Edit :
Now go to :
- Steering Deadzone : 0 (setting this to 0 makes it more accurate)
- Steering Linearity: 5 (higher you go the more the sensitivity away from the center. Very hard to get used to.)
- Steering Saturation: 0 (Sensitivity for steering. Higher the number higher will be the sensitivity)
- Throttle Deadzone: 2 (when you rest your foot on the throttle and there is an input this means you have to increase the value to 1 or 2. This will ensure an input when you press the throttle instead of just resting your foot)
- Throttle Linearity: 1 (the more the linearity, the less the pedal has to travel when you press it down)
- Throttle Saturation: 0 (Throttle sensitivity)
- Brake Deadzone: 1 (same as Throttle Deadzone)
- Brake Linearity: 5 (same as throttle linearity)
- Brake Saturation: 20 (Brake sensitivity, if you are struggling to press it down then increase the value to whatever suits you)
Vibration and Force Feedback :
- Vibration and Force Feedback: On
- Vibration and Force Feedback Strength: 78
- On-Track Effects: 35
- Rumble Strip Effects: 60
- Off-Track Effects: 50
- Wheel Damper: 25
- Understeer Enhance: On
- Maximum Wheel Rotation (F1 and F2) : 360
- Maximum Wheel Rotation (Supercars): 720
These are the best Wheel Settings that you could use for F1 22. However, it could also come down to personal preference. This is just for people who are new and would love to start playing the game with their new driving wheels.
When you are trying to change the settings on your own try to change 3 units at a time to see the difference and set it according to what makes you feel comfortable.
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