Released in 2020, the Logitech G923 gaming racing wheel is the successor to the popular Logitech G29. They are more similar than different as the only notable differences between the two are the wheel’s color scheme, dual-clutch, and the TRUEFORCE feature, which are the highlights of the Logitech G923. We compare the two best-selling gaming racing wheels to help you decide which is the better purchase or, if you own the G29, whether it’s worth upgrading to the G923.
Logitech G923 vs G29 Comparison Chart
|Model||Logitech G923||Logitech G29|
|Price||Check Price on Logitech||Check Price on Amazon|
|Force Feedback||Dual-Motor with TRUEFORCE||Dual-Motor|
|Progressive Brake Pedal||Yes||No|
|Rotation||900 degrees lock-to-lock||900 degrees lock-to-lock|
|Compatibility||PlayStation 4 and 5, PC, Xbox||PlayStation 3, 4, and 5, PC|
|Warranty||2-Year Limited Hardware Warranty||N/A|
|Year of Release||2020||2015|
These gaming racing wheels only differ in design, force feedback, and dual clutch feature
Despite their release being five years apart, not a lot is different between the Logitech G923 and G29 gaming racing wheels. Design-wise, the buttons and controls of the two are the same, save for the different logos they bear and their color scheme. The G923 has an all-black design and bears Logitech’s logo at the center, while the G29 still has a PlayStation logo and some silver accents here and there. For some reason, the hand-stitching leather on the older Logitech G29 looks better than the G923, which has a lot of creases (although it doesn’t really affect comfort).
The highlight of the newer Logitech G923 is its dual-motor force feedback with TRUEFORCE. This provides a tactile vibration effect and a more immersive racing experience. Its force feedback feels more refined and detailed than the G29, thanks to TRUEFORCE. The feedback input between the two gaming racing wheels may not feel too different on a regular race track, but the difference in road surface sensation becomes noticeable on other surfaces such as gravel and dirt.
Another addition to the Logitech G923 is the dual-clutch launch assist feature, which we’ll discuss in the next section.
Their pedals are pretty much the same, but the G29’s brake pedal is stiffer
Even the pedals that come with the Logitech G923 and G29 are similar. The only noticeable difference between the two is the progressive spring equipped in the newer G923, which is less stiff than the G29’s. The progressive spring in the G923 makes it easier to modulate brake inputs. While the G29 may be stiffer, there are third-party progressive spring brakes you can get that will help improve the brake input.
The G923 also features a dual-clutch launch assist that’s programmable through the G HUB. This can be done by simultaneously stepping on the clutch pedal and pressing the LSB button on the wheel. This cannot be programmed on the Logitech G29.
Compatibility and G HUB
They are compatible with similar devices and software
Both are compatible with PS4, PS5, and PC and can be configured using Logitech’s G HUB. Not much is different between the two, except the dual-clutch launch assist and TRUEFORCE features only work with the G923 and cannot be set up with the G29. At the time of writing, the only games that support TRUEFORCE are:
- Assetto Corsa Competitzione
- GRID (2019)
For a more immersive experience, you might want to consider adding a sim racing shifter such as the Logitech G Driving Force Shifter. This works with either the G923 or the G29 gaming racing wheels as well.
Until more games support TRUEFORCE, the Logitech G29 offers better value for moneyAmazon product
If you currently have the Logitech G29 and don’t mind missing out on force feedback with TRUEFORCE, we recommend holding off on upgrading to the G923 for now. Perhaps the only reason it’s worth upgrading to the G923 is if your favorite racing game supports TRUEFORCE force feedback and you don’t mind spending more for this feature alone.
The G923 features dual-motor force feedback with TRUEFORCE, a progressive brake pedal, dual-clutch launch assist, and a more modern look than the G29.
Yes, the Logitech G29 is compatible with PS5.
At the time of writing, it’s not totally worth upgrading to the G923 from the G29 since they offer very similar features. TRUEFORCE, which is only available on the G923, is only supported by four games at the moment. Perhaps when more games support TRUEFORCE, we can reevaluate whether it’s worth it.
Yes, they’re compatible with PC, Xbox, PS4, and PS5.