Apple macOS Ventura adds support for Logitech racing steering wheels

Apple's latest macOS Ventura has added support for steering wheels, pedals and shifters in racing games, including Logitech's G920 and G29 racing steering wheels.

macOS Ventura, iOS 16, iPadOS 16 and tvOS 16 will also reportedly support more Bluetooth and USB game controllers, including Nintendo's Joy-Con.

macOS Ventura is now available in beta for registered Apple developers, with a public beta coming in July and an official update coming in the fall.

At the press conference early this morning, Apple also focused on the game optimization of macOS Ventura. The latest version of Metal, Metal 3, comes with new features that will push the Mac gaming experience to new heights and unlock the full potential of Apple's chips for years to come, Apple said. MetalFX upsampling allows developers to use less compute-intensive frames for fast rendering of complex scenes, and then optimizes the picture with resolution scaling and temporal antialiasing to accelerate performance and bring more responsiveness to players control and stunning graphics.

EA's Super Touring Car Race, Capcom's Resident Evil Village, and Hello Games' No Man's Sky will be coming to Mac later this year.

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