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Moza today revealed a new bundle featuring the R3 wheelbase and a licensed XBox wheel rim. This is a great step forward for the genre on the platform, especially so close to the release of Forza Motorsport, though there is some confusion whether it is the rim or wheelbase that actually enables XBox support with Moza’s replies on Twitter suggesting one way and the other. Regardless, for now, the bundle announced looks great and at $399 (€439/£399) it just destroys the budget offerings of many Direct Drive options out there right now.

The bundle includes the Moza R3 Direct Drive Wheelbase, Moza ES Steering Wheel, Moza SR-P Lite Pedals and Moza Table Clamp. Check out the bundle on the Moza Web site.

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