I have the exact same problem. I’m not too worried about it though, I’m sure the devs are working on a solution, or it just hasn’t been implemented into the game yet. The Thrustmaster T150 is an officially supported PlayStation wheel, so it’s likely just a matter of time.
I do have a question stemming off from this though. I am using a T150 pro, it’s basically a T150 wheel and a pedal set that includes a clutch. However it does not have a gearstick, so despite having the clutch pedal, I am still unable to use the true manual mode because the paddle shifters that would ideally control gear changes are being used to control the lights and horn. In the future, is there any possibility of being able to remap key bindings so I can set the paddles to shift and rearrange various other functions? It wouldn’t be the most realistic thing in the world, but at least I could have more control over what my truck is doing, and I don’t really have the financial means to buy a gearstick at this point in time (I do hope to get one eventually though) Thank you guys so much for bringing this game to console by the way! I know it doesn’t have mods, but it’s still extremely fun to play
This is no bug - This is a feature...
Take a look at your manufacturers compatibility list.
Example here: https://support.thrustmaster.com/en/product/t150-pro-force-feedback-en/
They know that there is (will be) no Force Feedback.
If you think about it: The Driving wheel would rumble non-stop until it gets broken...
I have no problem with no Force Feedback, but please please please add an option in settings to set the general force (resistance) of the Force Feedback. Steering with full force is extremly hard for my son and after a few hours for me too.
PS: Shifting with paddles only would be awesome. Alternatively using paddles to switch the automatic driving gears (like right controller stick) Stepwise gears to switch: R - 1.1 - 1.2 - 1.3 - A - +1
FWIW - there was a game on PC back in 2000 or so called 1NSANE. My MS Sidewinder Force Feedback wheel would violently rumble, kick, fishtail and do all sorts of realistic stuff when playing that game. £100 wheel, abuse from the game & physical abuse (wrestling with it to control a drifting 8x8!!), still worked when I retired the game..
just saying some wheels may be built better than others, REGARDLESS OF PRICE.. $400 should buy you industrial grade components where it matters. SHOULD...