It’s been a long road, but Fanatec CSL Elite PS4 owners have cause for celebration today. The latest 1.15 update for Gran Turismo Sport has finally introduced native support for the… Read More »
The sim-racing hardware guys over at Fanatec have been on a roll this holiday shopping season. After some popular Black Friday weekend sales, they’re back with a new sales concept:… Read More »
Fanatec teased a new product announcement when it revealed its Black Friday 2017 deals last week. Now, we know what that product is: the new CSL Elite McLaren GT3 steering wheel. Touted… Read More »
It’s been a long time coming, but the wait is over: Fanatec’s CSL Elite PS4 is now available for order in North America. The company originally announced its first officially-licensed… Read More »
Fanatec has announced its newest hardware line, the Podium Series. The new high-end lineup will sit above the existing ClubSport Series, and will kick off with the company’s much-anticipated direct… Read More »
One of the great bugbears for driving game fans is wheel compatibility. Unless you’re willing to spend huge sums, one wheel won’t work on both major consoles. And, it seems,… 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.
Planning on playing Codies’ newest racer with a wheel? Chances are it’s on the list…
A glimpse at what appears to be some ambitious new hardware has sim racers intrigued.
The German racing wheel creator has revealed a revamped version of their older wheel base.
The sim racing peripheral manufacturer’s CEO gives iRacing players a bit of insider information.
Fanatec launches an improved version of their Clubsport V3 pedal series.
Fanatec is the first to bat in mentioning Forza Motorsport 7 before the new year, and wheel users may have plenty to look forward to.
If you’ve been looking for more hardware-oriented sales, Fanatec’s got some substantial savings on a small selection of its products.