If you’ve read our review, you’ll know that the handling in the latest instalment of the championship series from Kylotonn is sublime on a racing rig, but that doesn’t mean that the WRC 10 wheel settings don’t need some tweaking. It could end up being a lesson in patience as you try and work out what to set the sliders to and what impact each has, so to help you get somewhere near a drive-able car we’re sharing what we used for the Logitech G29. These gave us more confidence for hurtling down the tight, twisty tracks and trying to beat the anniversary mode challenge times.
First up for the WRC 10 wheel settings was the throttle, brakes and steering, and unlike last year’s game we didn’t need to change anything there at all, so unless something is really bugging you about the response, we suggest leaving it alone and letting the default do the heavy lifting. Next it’s on to the force & effects, and the defaults aren’t too bad here, but could possibly give your arms more of a workout than you’d like given the lengthy sessions you’ll spend in the game. You can tweak away with the balance between the different forces that will define the way the wheel will pull, and then almost damp them down with the overall force setting.
It’s a little the same with the overall vibration setting too. Setup how you want the balance of effects through your wheel first, then if it’s too much use the overall vibration to calm it down (or increase it if it’s not enough for you). We found in particular that the tyre slip could really override all the other effects so reduced that quite a bit… it’s also a bit of an unpleasant jarring rattle too, so it needed dropping down a few notches. As this is for the G29, the throttle and brake pedal options are greyed out as that’s only for Fanatec wheels.
Hopefully the above will give a decent baseline to start tuning for your own preference, and if you find something that works considerably better for the WRC 10 wheel settings, feel free to drop it in the comments for others.
WRC 10 is out now on PC, Xbox One, Series X|S, PS4 and PS5 for around £40.