Gamescom: Mad Catz coming out with the Xbox One Force Feedback Racing Wheel
8/22/2013 6:32:00 PM
You know with new consoles, Mad Catz is going to bring some new peripherals to the table. And with Forza being a big title for the Xbox One, you'll need a wheel to play it.
In comes the Xbox One Force Feedback Racing Wheel
to satisfy your racing needs. It's got some nice leather that's wrapped around the wheel for comfort. If you want to customize the wheel, there's a removable aluminum face on it. Adjustable pedals let you change the spring resistance and location in terms of height and spacing so you can be comfortable while you drive.
No price at this time, but expect the wheel to be available when the Xbox One launches.
Mad Catz® Announces The Force Feedback Racing Wheel for Xbox One™
Advanced Racing Wheel Brings Professional Build Quality and Customization to Next Generation Gaming
San Diego – August 21, 2013 – Mad Catz Interactive, Inc. (“Mad Catz”) (NYSE MKT: MCZ) announced today the Force Feedback Racing Wheel, a premium quality racing game controller for the Xbox One console.
Designed to offer a highly authentic gaming experience, the genuine suede leather steering wheel houses a raft of technology, such as twin next generation Force Feedback motors and a luxury CNC anodized aluminum wheel face which can be removed from the wheel base should gamers wish to replace or upgrade in the future.
“As we approach the Holiday season, excitement continues to mount for Xbox One and we’re pleased to announce our second premium product for the console” said Darren Richardson, the President and Chief Executive Officer of Mad Catz Interactive, Inc. “We have previously commented on how the enhanced performance of Xbox One opens up additional scope for innovation and believe that the precision engineering and customization of the Force Feedback Racing Wheel will appeal to the passionate racing gamer.”
Ideal for use with software such as Forza Motorsport® 5, the Force Feedback Racing Wheel ships with a fully adjustable Pedal Set, allowing gamers to adjust the spring resistance, height and spacing on the gas and brake pedals.
The Xbox One home entertainment system from Microsoft is expected to launch Holiday 2013.