After a month of testing across numerous titles, we’ve got our verdict on Fanatec’s new mid-range offering, compatible with both PC and XB1.
We’ve put over 2000 miles under the tires of Playground Games’ latest title. Find out how it stacks up in the genre.
We’ve spent hours with Kunos Simulazioni’s title on both PS4 and XB1. Where does it stand in the console driving landscape?
Codemasters’ return to its roots has finally landed on consoles, and we’ve got the verdict.
Ghost Games’ new title shows promise in the arcade racing genre, but falls short of greatness.
Videos, screenshots, and thoughts from GTPlanet’s early access to 2015’s biggest racing game.
The Thrustmaster ecosystem expands with a new GT-style hand-stitched leather racing rim.
GTPlanet takes a closer look at the only shifter compatible with the PlayStation 4.
GTPlanet reviews the T3PA pedals designed for Thrustmaster wheels.
A more powerful brushless servo motors brings a significant improvement to the newest wheel from Thrustmaster.
The ultra-high-end pedals from Main Performance PC set a new benchmark for sim racing accessories.
The latest high-end wheel from Fanatec receives high marks from GTPlanet community members.
InsideSimRacing checks out how Thrustmaster’s newest PS4-compatible wheel works with GT6.
Pagnian’s wheel stand focuses on stability over portability, offering a versatile mount for gaming accessories.
Gran Turismo insider Amar212 reviews Fanatec’s new racing seat and compares two high-end wheels in GT5.