MOZA Racing announces new R3 Bundle for Xbox and PC

MOZA Racing currently specialises in some of the most high-end racing simulator setups that money can buy. To top it off, they have recently announced the R3 Bundle, a trio of racing simulation components that have been created in collaboration with Microsoft to be the first officially licensed racing simulator for Xbox, making this the perfect pairing for the upcoming Forza Motorsport.

The bundle will include the R3 DD base, the ES steering wheel and SR-P Lite pedal set for one of the most comprehensive options suited for the Xbox Series X and PC. The bundle is currently planned for a release by the end of the year and is valued at AUD $799.95.

The MOZA R3 DD Wheelbase is a 3.9Nm Direct Drive Wheelbase that caters for optimal and realistic force feedback and general performance. Its robust build quality combined with its compact nature, can adapt to any gaming space. A table clamp is also included, to mount the MOZA R3 wheelbase to any table or desk.

The MOZA ES Wheel features tough ISF grips and is crafted with an aluminium alloy framework, adding to its premium build quality and overall durability. It also packs an RGB sequential shifter light indicator with 22 customisable and programmable to suit various titles.

The MOZA SR-P Lite Pedals cap off the R3 Bundle and are constructed from high-strength steel and outfitted with an ultra-sensitive angle sensor, which works to respond to your slightest movements. You can also configure your own setup to connect directly to either your PC or Xbox.

The best part? The MOZA Racing R3 Bundle will be ready to race with a number of titles upon launch, including Forza Horizon, Project CARS, F1, DiRT Rally, and Assetto Corsa.

Later this year in October MOZA will also introduce the MOZA SDK 1.0, which allows users in the community to take advantage of third-party software, which interacts with and enhances your setup. These options and opportunities include general development for Driver Monitoring Systems (DMS), remote driving systems, driver training systems, and racing entertainment devices.

For more information, you can check out MOZA Racing’s official website, or stay connected via their TikTokTwitterInstagramFacebook and YouTube channels.

Matthew Arcari

Matthew Arcari is the games and technology editor at The AU Review. You can find him on Twitter at @sirchunkee, or at the Dagobah System, chilling with Luke and Yoda.