Force Feedback FBB is one of the important features that stimulate the senses when you’re playing any game that involves a controller or a racing wheel. F1 2021 is one of the racing games that use FBB that vibrates when a car is crashed that adds to the realism and immersion in the game. F1 2021 uses this quite well to deliver an exciting racing experience for fans who love Formula 1 racing. The game is out for every major platform and has received rave reviews for its gameplay, presentation, and optimization. Except for a few glitches and bugs that manifest randomly and the new Force Feedback feature that stopped functioning after the latest 1.13 patch that caused many gamers unhappy about this and is looking for a workaround to bypass this. If you’re one of them who are facing the same issue. Not to worry, as we’ll be explaining in great detail and fixes that you can try to fix the Force Feedback in F1 2021.
F1 2021 fixes for the game.
First, you need to ensure that your controller supports Force Feedback and is working properly. Here’s a list of wheels or controller that the game officially support and verify if your wheel is one of them. If your wheel is listed on the official site of F1 2021, here’s what you can do to try to fix the force feedback on your wheel not functioning properly.
- Unplug every controller from your PC. Multiple controllers can sometimes cause issues with Force Feedback and have problems registering inputs.
- Ensure that you’ve installed the latest drivers and firmware on your wheelbase.
- Restart your PC between old driver uninstall and new driver install
If the fixes above didn’t work for you then your best option is to wait for an official update from Codemasters that addresses the FBB issues.
is Force Feedback fixable in the game?
After the latest update, it seems like vibration and force feedback have disappeared from Logitech G923 or a similar steering wheel. But the lower models like G29 or 920 are working fine. Players can try playing the game with limited feedback by uninstalling G Hub and tricking the steering lock with the steer saturation value that you’re comfortable driving. The game might feel a little difficult playing, but this is the best you opt for when playing with minimum feedback from the car. Lucky for us, Codemasters are aware of this issue and are actively working on fixing the Force Feedback issue. Here’s the link to the forum which addresses the issue