Discussion in 'News & Notifications' started by Marcel Offermans, Aug 29, 2019.
Was something of the prices or packages mentioned? When available?
2 to 3 weeks, no pricing
What? So long? I was hoping that this Sunday is finally going on. Well, we can do that too. Was there any information about the layouts or the Südschleife?
The traditional circuit DLC price ($12ish with tax) may entice me to purchase the 'Ring. Not that big a fan of the circuit but we'll see.
Unrelated to content, I certainly would like to see rF2 on the Epic Store.
Marcel said in the broadcast all layouts...if you have twitch you can watch it => https://www.twitch.tv/videos/474584756 go to around 4:20 mark to see the start
By that he could mean the Adac, VLN(whatever the two are that use most of the GP circuit and the 2nd cuts off just after the Arena section) and tourist or.....lol....the GP circuit, which I still contend WON'T be included.((but it wouldn't be the first time I've been wrong))
Oh hell yeah. Take my money.
what about the relaxed chicane on the GP circuit for series like ALMS that used the easier line thru the Veedol chicane.(is that what it's called these days?)
Yes is just WIP! The car needs more time. He say it. Nordschleife is not ready and need 2-4 weeks more time .
I.e. 3 layouts of tracks, as the 24h will be (my assumption) only the combined Nürburgring circuit in the 24h appearance. I asked René on discord what about the VLN-layout. He replied at the moment he can't answers on that.
Damned! That really hurts man! In my childlike anticipation, I've seen me already drive the Sunday evening through the Brünnchen ..
Hoped for that too...
No, the 24h misses part of the GP track. You can see that via the diagrams.
Yes of course. You're right.
If you want the Südschleife then go and buy @Sergio Loro version it's awesome.
No update on UI?
The only difference between the combined circuits, that I see in the track maps, is that one version uses the F1 Arena section, and the other skips it. Seems both then use 90% of the GP layout up until the left turn onto the Nords(Nos). But one racing series cuts out the lower half of the GP track, turning right just after the arena. Nords isn't as complex as Paul Ricard's dozens of layouts, but there are some big time differences I hope we get to experience.
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