THIS IS CRITICAL: Before you play Forza Motorsport 7, make sure you have the latest drivers and firmware for your wheel. Your wheel may work great with games that came out 1 or 2 years ago, even Forza games. That doesn't mean it will work with a new game. This is not limited to PC users: If you are playing on Xbox, you should also make sure your drivers and firmware are up to date by connecting your wheel to a PC or laptop and downloading the latest drivers and firmware for your wheel from the manufacturer’s website.
For Logitech users, especially G920 and G29, you have to install the Logitech Software from the website. This is quite important, if you don’t install it, the G920 is picked up as a different vendor product identifier (VIDPID) and its functionality in the game is compromised, both for FFB and for buttons/switches. For users of older Logitech wheels such as the G25 and G27, ensure that you load the correct driver. The most modern Logitech driver does not support these wheels. You’ll find the correct driver on the support page for you particular wheel.
Thrustmaster requires users install its latest drivers and firmware. Some Thrustmaster devices, drivers and firmwares do not work well when using USB 3.0 ports. If you run into this, update your driver and ensure the game recognizes your wheel as the correct model.
Fanatec requires you to install the Fanatec driver for the relative products from their website and you need to update the firmware manually following their instructions.
Fanatec Clubsport V1
• Fanatec P1 Xbox
Fanatec Clubsport V2
• Fanatec P1 Xbox
Fanatec Clubsport V2.5
• Universal HUB
• BMW GT2
• Formula Rim
• Porsche 918 rim
• Mclaren GT3
Fanatec CSL E XBOX
• Fanatec P1 Xbox
Fanatec CSL E PS4
• Fanatec P1 PS4
Fanatec CSR wheel
Fanatec CSR Elite Wheel
Fanatec Porsche 911 GT2 and GT3wheel
Fanatec Clubsport Pedals V1, V2, V3
Fanatec CSL Pedals
Fanatec Shifter SQ 1.5
Fanatec Handbrake 1.5
Logitech DrivingForce GT
Logitech DrivingForce Pro
Logitech MOMO Force Feedback Racing Wheel
Thrustmaster 458 Spider
• 458 Edition
• Leather Edition
Note: If you have a Thrustmaster TX wheel, it will default to the 458 Edition, the first in the list, because all Thrustmaster TX wheels use the same vendor product identifier (VIDPID). Make sure you select the model that you have to ensure the button mappings are correct.
Thrustmaster T500 RS
Thrustmaster Sequential Shifter/Handbrake
Thrustmaster pedals T3PA and T3PA pro
Multi-USB is supported in Forza Motorsport 7. If you are using multiple devices with separate USB ports, the game may not automatically recognize them, or may only recognize one. For example, your wheel may work, but your pedals may not. You will need to create a custom wheel profile within the game if you are using multiple devices, or if you have the devices plugged into separate USB ports. The game won’t automatically map them unless they are directly connected.
We recommend that you avoid using USB switches. Rather, use dedicated USB 3.0 ports on your PC. Avoid unplugging and plugging back in your wheel to USB 3.0 ports. Some wheels have been known to generate an erroneous VIDPID (Vendor ID, Product ID for USB devices) when this happens. For your wheel to work properly with the game, it must have the correct VIDPID associated with it.
Running in GIP Mode
If you plug in a GIP device (Xbox One compatible) to a PC without a driver it should function just like an Xbox Wheel. There are typically advanced features built into the drive which you won’t be able to access. When the wheel is in GIP mode, we can’t guarantee that it will always match the Xbox One. The D-pad or switches in general won’t work on some wheels unless this is properly mapped as a button (G920, for example) or when the wheel is an Xbox wheel (Madcatz, for example) that can be used on PC as well.