Originally announced during last year’s gaming event, Microsoft has finally revealed the name of Project Scorpio. Meet the new Xbox One X. As per last year’s narrative, power has been… Read More »
Thrustmaster has revealed the name of its upcoming wheel ahead of E3 and it goes by the name of “T-GT”. Originally teased on the Thrustmaster Facebook page, the name of the… Read More »
With only a few days remaining until E3, Microsoft has revealed Project Scorpio will offer additional memory to game developers. Xbox chief Mike Ybarra took to Twitter, announcing that developers can access an… Read More »
More powerful sim-racing peripherals are on the way, starting this year.
Fanatec’s first officially licensed PS4 wheel includes PC and XB1 compatibility.
SimXperience is also giving players the chance to test out the new wheel!
High-end simulator equipment manufacturer Vesaro announces a slew of new offerings as part of McLaren partnership.
A piece of 1990s racing-gaming crossover history has made its way to eBay.
The cat seems to have been let out of the bag early for Thrustmaster’s next flagship steering wheel.
The four-time Sprint Cup champion tries his hand at Chevy’s advanced racing simulator.
A recently-launched Kickstarter campaign intends to bring the sim racing experience to those without a dedicated setup.
The tech giant turns to a familiar piece of sim racing hardware for its autonomous car project.
A glimpse at what appears to be some ambitious new hardware has sim racers intrigued.
The products for Sparco’s first foray into the sim-racing market are finally unveiled, soon to be released.
A small detail could allow players to easily modify driving aids on-the-fly.