Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by 88mphTim, Oct 21, 2013.
Another 60fps vid. Sao Paulo and URD with low sun looks osum here.
Damn - I want a dedicated sim PC
They are all forced AI with some setups and I like only real driver.
The strength of the AI is 112% and 20% aggressive but I think it could be even slightly higher without getting hit like crazy.
Thats just awesome. Are those cars released yet, I couldnt find them anywhere? (except obviously the honda)
Lap is great, video quality not so much.
Wow?!! That that looks very high quality, what is that and where did you get it from?
It is a DLC track and you can find it in the WIP tracks section.
Kinda reminds me of Putnam Park. Many said that 3,5€ is a good price for a track but I think it's a bit too much (we got a car mod for 2€ and car packs with 10€). It's a good looking track but 2€ would be better. Or do a pack of tracks which gives them more value imo (3 tracks with 10€ for example).
Of course you buy basic everyday stuff with 3,5€ but if we accept that this is the standard price for tracks then think about this. Are you willing to pay 35€ for 10 tracks which is basically the price of some sim racing games. I think we agree on that the game itself should be more expensive than 10 tracks made for it.
I'm not against DLC by saying this. I just think the pricing should be lower.
The price was perfect for me, no doubt.
The next JM track is a must-buy for me.
I don't agree
For top quality modded content I would happily pay €10 a track and the same for a car.
But maybe that's because I am used to iRacing and €3.50 seems INSANE value considering the amount of time and effort put in to this.
You also have to consider that realistically, you arent going to be selling hundreds of copies of each track, so it has to be worth the modders time and priced accordingly. If a modder can sell 100 copies for say, 10 £/€/$ then make 1k then its absolutely worth their time, and we get tracks or cars we wouldnt have otherwise.
Heck, I would have paid URD €10 each for their cars, they are amazing and account for maybe 90% of my RF2 racing.
I wish there was a way to play at one FOV and record at another. It sucks when I game at 18 degrees FOV with triples, but have to then change to 45 or 50 degrees (still trying to decide if I should use 45 or 50 degrees for my vids) and a single screen when I want to record and make a video.
Well spinelli. When I race I use triple screen with low FOV( 18-28).
When I make videos I race only with one screen and all setting on Max to have the best graphic and more fps. I usually use a higher FOV too to show the cockpit and I always capture my video while I'm driving and never from replays.
Yup, that's exactly what I do. It sucks.
Follow the fun with these cars.
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