Forza Motorsport 6: APEX is fully released, supports wheels

Microsoft has announced that Forza Motorsport 6: APEX is now fully released on the PC. As promised, this final version of the game is free and supports wheels.

As Microsoft claimed:

“We’re extremely excited to announce that today’s content update for Apex will bring wheel support to the Forza Motorsport series on Windows 10 for the first time. This is a major landmark for the Forza series on Windows 10 and has been the result of months of hard work from the Turn 10 and Windows teams.”

Here are the wheels that are supported in Forza Motorsport 6: APEX:

Logitech G27 Racing Wheel
Logitech G25 Racing Wheel
Logitech G29 Racing Wheel
Logitech MOMO Force Feedback Racing Wheel
Thrustmaster T300RS
Thrustmaster T500 RS Gaming Wheel
Logitech G920 Xbox One Wheel
Thrustmaster T150
Thrustmaster TX Xbox One Wheel
Thrustmaster TMX Xbox One Wheel
Thrustmaster RGT Force Feedback Racing Wheel

Microsoft and Turn 10 will add support for more wheels, and will welcome player feedback around the wheel implementation in Forza Motorsport 6: APEX, so we expect to see some minor patch improvements until Forza Horizon 3 hits the streets.

As Turn 10 Studios claimed:

“Note that there are additional wheels that we plan on bringing on board soon, notably Fanatec products such as the ClubSport V2 Xbox One Hub and the Fanatec CSR models. Support for these Fanatec wheels will be arriving in Apex beginning in late September, with updates for both Windows 10 and Apex. In addition, H-pattern shifters are fully supported in Apex for all Logitech wheels listed above, except for the G29, which will be added at a later date. We will be adding additional support for H-pattern shifters from other manufacturers in the future.”

You can download Forza Motorsport 6: APEX from the Windows store.

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