We test the Fanatec Universal Adapter with a session at the world famous Le Mans track of Circuit de la Sarthe.
Pairing the Fanatec Universal Adapter with Project CARS we go for some laps to get a good feel for the hardware. Playing Project CARS is as satisfying as ever and the hardware felt great in our hands and we cannot recommend it enough with its great looking aesthetic and decent build quality.
You can view our racing using the Fanatec hardware in the video below.
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