Turtle Beach VelocityOne Race Wheels and Paddles review: A useful racing sim package, but it costs too much

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While Turtle Beach excels in the audio department and is renowned for its prowess, the brand also has a number of controllers on offer – and now they've expanded into the racing simulation market. Branded as the VelocityOne series of devices, their flightdeck, flightstick, rudder and control systems are now joined by a racing wheel and pedals that fit any and all modern racing games on PC, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One. Are.

However, $650 / £630 (about AU$950) is a hefty price when you consider other options such as the more reasonably priced Logitech G920/3, or the surprisingly expensive – but widely considered – best racing wheel on the market. Considered -Logitech G Pro.