Forza Horizon 5 is an open-world multiplayer racing game developed by Playground Games. To truly enjoy the feel of the racing game players all over the world are using the racing wheel to simulate real-life racing. But to perfectly simulate the real-life racing with a PC and racing wheel you need to do a lot of tweaking in settings for each game. In Forza Horizon 5 if you facing a lot of force feedback and vibration the below guide might help you out.
Forza Horizon 5 How To Reduce Force Feedback & Vibration
If you are new the wheel racing and trying out the new Forza Horizon game, you might face a lot of vibration and your wheel automatically rotate. You can reduce the force feedback and the vibration so that the wheel doesn’t shake the entire table from the settings.
To reduce the force feedback and vibration open the settings and visit the advance controls menu. There turn off the vibration and scroll down where you will find “Vibration Scale” and “Force Feedback Scale”. You need to lower these settings values as per your needs.
Forza Horizon 5 How To Calibrate Wheel
Sometimes the operating range or angle of the is changed by a few degrees that can be fixed by calibrating the wheel once again. If you are using a Logitech g29 or g923 there is no option to calibrate the wheel in the app. Some other wheels might have this option to automatically calibrate the wheel but if your application doesn’t have one you can directly do it from the windows.
To calibrate your wheel from the control panel, open the control panel, then select hardware & sound, then device and printers, there right-click on your racing wheel and select the game controller settings. There open the properties and then the settings menu and you will find the calibrate option. Follow the on-screen instruction to complete the calibration and enjoy the game.
Note: Change the sensitivity to 30 and centering spring strength to 10 in Logitech app if you are having trouble rotating the wheel.