Xbox One-compatible steering wheels are a bit like buses. Nothing for ages, then all of a sudden several turn up at once. When the Xbox One launched a little under two years ago, Microsoft decided to move do a different protocol for peripherals. That meant that no existing steering wheels would work with the console, despite the fact that Forza Motorsport 5 was a much-heralded launch title. Things are much better now for console racers.
Thrustmaster was first out of the gate, followed by Mad Catz, both of which we've reviewed in the past. Now, in time for the arrival of Forza Motorsport 6, Logitech and Fanatec both have Xbox One-compatible wheels on the market (both will also work with PCs, and the Fanatec with the PS3 and PS4). Lets take a look at them.
We'll start with Logitech's G920, if for no other reason than it arrived first. In the box you get a steering wheel and a pedal set with all three pedals, which immediately sets Logitech apart from its rivals, Thrustmaster and Mad Catz, both of whom only include an accelerator and brake pedal as standard (given the big price jump from these wheels to the Fanatec setup we don't think they're direct competitors anymore).