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Thrustmaster have released a new companion app on both Android and iOS that allows users of compatible wheels to fine-tune devices, save profiles and visualize inputs in real-time.

Compatible on PC only with T818, T-GT II, TS-XW, TS-PC, T300, TX, T248, T128, T150, TMX and T-LCM.

Their text:


– Connect to your Thrustmaster racing devices with My Thrustmaster app to manage their settings. Optimize your racing experience by fine-tuning all of your racing wheel base’s settings, including Force Feedback, damper and rotation angle. Adjust settings while you’re playing: your device’s settings are instantly updated with no need to exit the game or restart your racing wheel base.


– Adapt your settings for games, cars or wheels you play with, and save a dedicated profile for each situation. Swap between your settings profiles on the fly, and be ready to race instantly.


– View device buttons and axis inputs in real time to make sure your expectations are matched.

It is only the beginning! Tons of great features will be added in future updates.

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