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G920 Brake

Discussion in 'XBox One Discussions' started by Joe Cockcroft, Jun 25, 2019.

  1. Joe Cockcroft

    Joe Cockcroft Rookie

    I had heard nothing but good things about this game, so I thought it would be a no brainier to get it to go along with my G920 on the Xbox. I bought a bunch of games along with it, all physical copies except for Assetto Corsa which I bought digital, so sadly no refund option.

    My issue, as I’m sure you are all aware (if you have a G920) is that the brake pedal requires a great amount of force. This is fine in other games as you can adjust the settings for the wheel, but Assetto Corsa has no such option. To get cars to brake even a little bit, I have to put so much force into it that my chair starts to tip back. It is a brand new wheel so I have no desire to start tinkering with the pedals, so I was wondering if there’s anything I can do to the game or car settings to make the brakes more responsive.

    If not, will the brake get easier to press the more I use the wheel? I bought a bunch of racing games and Assetto Corsa cost the most, so I would really like to be able to play it.
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  3. Hi,
    I did read some info around and here in the forum and it seems that you have just 2 options:
    - remove the rubber block from pedal or use a different spring, but you already stated that twitching pedals isn't a thing, or
    - use a carpet. Place the pedals on the front, place your chair on the rear, now you can push full power with all things staying in place.
    Unluckily, xBox doesn't provide anything like a control panel or settings for the wheel, neither does AC, so I don't see a viable solution to soften the pedal.
    A thing that maybe you will find interesting, at least it was for me: the first time Valentino Rossi stepped in a F1 car, and he had already won World Championships at the time, after the first laps engineers had to tell him to brake harder. Than he made impressive laptimes and all, but at the very start the power required to brake was a thing that he couldn't do well and had to be corrected. So, yes: race cars need lots of foot power on brakes, usually. I guess in this case AC is doing it right, but I agree that a Controller Settings page is a basic requirement in every racing/driving sim.
    Last edited: Jun 25, 2019
  4. Sonec888

    Sonec888 Rookie

    I have the same problem and I have cockpit. I dont understand how AC doesnt help with this. Its so easy, settings to change the force press, thats all.
  5. Same problem here. bought game on early access and still waiting when they will do something about this so i finally will be able to play game. because on max 100% brake ingame settings i can push 50% ingame brakes that's just impossible to drive!!! Why every game is making normal calibration for devices and no here we see strange implementation of 100% for brakes max!!!! in fact that i can push 30% of brake pedal already putting all my power into one push! that's just ridiculous...

    And i don't want manually to remove rubber piece out of brake pedal to brake shop warranty.. as G920 is bought not so long ago.
  6. CalmFlyer

    CalmFlyer Rookie

    Very disappointing that AC has no wheel & brake adjustments like PC2 and even Forza have. That combined with the very floaty feel to the steering make this just a game, not a racing simulator. Too bad.
  7. What exactly can't you setup? I can set wheel and brake easily, why shouldn't you be able to do the same?
  8. CalmFlyer

    CalmFlyer Rookie

    I'm on Xbox and AC has no settings for the wheel

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