Supported Games

These games are supported:

Game

PC

XBOX 1

PS4 1

American Truck Simulator

✔️

Assetto Corsa

✔️

Assetto Corsa Competizione

✔️

Automobilista

✔️

Automobilista 2

✔️

BeamNG.drive

✔️

DiRT 4

✔️

DiRT Rally

✔️

DiRT Rally 2.0

✔️

Euro Truck Simulator 2

✔️

F1 2017

✔️

F1 2018

✔️

F1 2019

✔️

F1 2020

✔️

Forza Horizon 4

✔️

Forza Motorsport 7

✔️

✔️

GRID 2019

✔️

GT Legends

✔️

GTR2

✔️

iRacing

✔️

KartKraft

✔️

Live for Speed

✔️

Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020

✔️

NoLimits 2

✔️

Project CARS

✔️

✔️

✔️

Project CARS 2

✔️

✔️

✔️

Project CARS 3

✔️

RACE 07

✔️

Race Room Racing Experience

✔️

RACE

✔️

rFactor2

✔️

Richard Burns Rally

✔️

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XBOX and PS4 requires an external PC on the same local network. Read more about consoles.

Plug and play

These games work out of the box without any changes:

  • Assetto Corsa

  • Assetto Corsa Competizione

  • GT Legends

  • GTR2

  • iRacing

  • Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020

  • RACE

  • RACE 07

  • RaceRoom Racing Experience

Game setup

Note

Version 1.21.0 and later of SIMRIG Control Center automatically detects and configures most of these games. Start the game, quit, and then locate the SIMRIG Game Configuration dialog. It will appear automatically.

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Automobilista 2, Project CARS, Project CARS 2, and Project CARS3 require manual setup. See the guides below.

Here are instructions on how to enable telemetry in all supported games:

UDP ports and passthrough

SIMRIG Control Center uses the game’s default UDP port. It might be necessary to change this port if you are using other software that also read game telemetry (such as a dashboard or LEDs.)

You will need to manually edit Settings.xml located in SIMRIG Control Center’s installation folder. Open Settings.xml and add the following:

<TelemetrySource Source="F1_2019" Port="123456" />

This entry tells SIMRIG Control Center to use port 123456 for F1 2019.

Note

To use the default port either set Port=”0” or remove the entry.

Some games only supports a single telemetry receiver – that is, the game cannot send data to two different ports simultaneously. For this reason SIMRIG Control Center features UDP passthrough. With UDP passthrough enabled SIMRIG Control Center will forward all UDP telemetry to another device or program.

To enable UDP passthrough you will need to manually edit Settings.xml. Add the following to enable UDP passthrough for F1 2019:

<TelemetrySource Source="F1_2019">
        <Passthrough Enable="true" Address="192.168.1.100" Port="2222" />
</TelemetrySource>

This entry tells SIMRIG Control Center to forward all UDP packets from F1 2019 to 192.168.1.100:2222. As an example, the device at 192.168.1.100 might run a dashboard application that listens on port 2222.

You can combine a custom port with UDP passthrough. Let say F1 2019 is configured to send UPD data to localhost:1111 and your dashboard is listening on 192.168.1.100:2222. Modify Settings.xml to include:

<TelemetrySource Source="F1_2019" Port="1111">
        <Passthrough Enable="true" Address="192.168.1.100" Port="2222" />
</TelemetrySource>

Your Settings.xml will look similar to this:

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<Settings xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
        <Version>3</Version>
        <WindowLeft>234</WindowLeft>
        <WindowTop>234</WindowTop>
        <!-- Many more settings will appear here -->
        <TelemetrySourceOverride>None</TelemetrySourceOverride>
        <TelemetrySource Source="F1_2019" Port="1111">
                <Passthrough Enable="true" Address="192.168.1.100" Port="2222" />
        </TelemetrySource>
</Settings>

UDP port and passthrough settings are available on the following sources:

  • Dirt4

  • DirtRally

  • DirtRally2

  • F1_2017

  • F1_2018

  • F1_2019

  • F1_2020

  • Forza7

  • GRID_2019

  • NoLimits2