Forza Motorsport 7 PC Supported Peripheral List Released

Turn 10 has released the full list of supported peripherals for PC players of Forza Motorsport 7. Folks eschewing the console experience will have a lot of options in terms of their steering wheels (and gamepads) of choice.

The list comes hot on the heels of the FM7 PC system requirements. All of the major wheel manufacturers are present, with Fanatec, Logitech, and Thrustmaster items all showing up. There’s even support for the Mad Catz Pro, despite the company’s bankruptcy earlier this year.

Players looking for traditional gamepad support have the expected suite of Microsoft options. In addition, Sony’s DS4 also pops up on the list. Surely that’ll feel a little strange…

All told, there are 31 supported wheels, and six controllers. The full list is below:

  • Microsoft Xbox 360 Controller
  • Microsoft Xbox 360 Controller
  • Microsoft Xbox One Controller
  • Microsoft Xbox One Elite Controller
  • Microsoft Xbox One S/X Controller
  • Sony Dual Shock 4
  • Fanatec CSR
  • Fanatec CSR Elite
  • Fanatec ClubSport V2
  • Fanatec ClubSport V1
  • Fanatec CSL
  • Fanatec ClubSport V2.5
  • Logitech G29
  • Logitech Driving Force Pro
  • Logitech G25
  • Logitech Driving Force GT
  • Logitech G27
  • Logitech MOMO
  • Logitech G920
  • Thrustmaster RGT
  • Thrustmaster T100
  • Thrustmaster T500 RS
  • Thrustmaster T300 Ferrari
  • Thrustmaster T300 Ferrari GTE
  • Thrustmaster T300 Ferrari Int
  • Thrustmaster T300 RS
  • Thrustmaster T300 RS GT
  • Thrustmaster T150
  • Thrustmaster T150 Pro
  • Thrustmaster TS-PC Racer
  • Thrustmaster TX 458
  • Thrustmaster TX Leather
  • Thrustmaster 458 Spider
  • Thrustmaster TMX
  • Thrustmaster TMX Pro
  • Thrustmaster TS-Xbox
  • Mad Catz Pro

During the pre-Gamescom presentation yesterday, FM7 Creative Director Bill Giese stated the team had experimented with plenty of other, more unusual control methods. He even mentioned a band setup typically reserved for something like Rock Band. Naturally, we have only one reaction: make it happen, Bill!

Players sticking with an Xbox One will have to wait for a dedicated list of peripherals. Remember that we first heard about FM7 via Fanatec’s CEO, however. Hopefully, there will be more good news for console players in terms of wheel support. Besides, even if your favorite wheel isn’t compatible, there may be a new solution for you.

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