Discussion in 'News & Notifications' started by Christopher Elliott, Aug 31, 2018.
lol , i always come early
Oh, is that... I mean... er... nope, not going there.
Think about baseball.
Think about the missing shadows (because someone has to)
Is this the day we find out what is iconic, fast, competition proven?
No, tomorrow 2 announcements and Sunday one last one!
i am hoping one of the announcements is the new UI. I cant wait. The anticipation is killing me.
It wouldnt seem right to re-announce something that was announced before. Otherwise they may aswell announce Zandvoort another 3 times
In August’s roadmap they said the ui is no where near done
when New UI will come to RF2 many many more little things wil be corrected like bugs etc
so its good they take their time to make it good
the good thing is not only new ui will come but many little things.
Totally agree, I’d rather they do it properly and it takes longer
New UI - iconic, fast, competition proven
I'm hyped for the new multiclass UI, i hope we will finally can start the race with first LMP2 , then LMP3, then GTE, then GT3.
Hmmm you can already do that if you run a quali session.
Besides, doing a quali will put the faster drivers in front of slower ones within the same class, providing a better experience with AI overall
very nice idea, but i will wait the new UI to start a race without quali
Did I miss something? What makes you think the new UI will let you sort the starting grid by class? If you have to drag & drop entries to make your perfect grid, why would that be any faster than running a qualify session using time acceleration (Ctrl-X)? In terms of simulation, how many endurance races don't use a qualify session to set the grid?
they have announced a multi-class new UI to sort by class. and in 20 years of sim racing, i have never finished ONE quali session, i play quick race, start at last, to finish first.
First thing I ever did with sims was strengthen the AI so I couldn't win from last...
from zero to hero, i set AI at 100%, some track at 120%.
M. Schumacher did it many times
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