Discussion in 'Other Games' started by Emery, Dec 15, 2019.
i made a new clear FFB cause they recommend it and still not enjoyable.
You should definitely have a look at it. The Group4 and DTM92 are particularly worth a look.
Correct cars? lol It was a clean install of the entire game.
@GoldenBear correct cars= the cars that has been updated to latest physics
not all cars from raceroo, has been updated to newest physics
Gt3/4 - Group4 - DTM92 Touring Classics $ Touring Pro got the Physics Update.
Thanks for the relies. I guess for me there isn't the selection of cars I want to drive as another reason R3E is not impressing me. I love old DTM but am not a fan of GT3/4 or countless WTCC packs.
I am really impressed with this update, it's like a different game to me. Sure, it is still not as detailed and precise as rF2 in terms of physics, but it is good enough now. FFB got better, it got flat spots implemented at last, and they work nicely. Now, the big deal is damage implementation - it is very good. I am positively surprised. R3E was always my second favorite sim (because of their focus on real life series), but it looks like I'll be enjoying it even more from now on.
RRE raises the quality bar very quickly - it's a joy. Especially that dev is engaged UI, which, by the way, was not very bad, just out of date. I have all the content that I like (I bought it gradually, but I don't regret that I spent more than on pro-pack) and I can say that the quality is at the highest level. Group 4, DTM, GT4, ADAC Masters, Porsche Classic/CUP are just amazing, especially with a wide range of tracks.
FFB is of course worse, but I like GT3 in RRE more than in RF2.
I really hope that RF2 will make at least half of the RRE tracks. Even though it won't be a laserscan.
Group4 has become a truly round masterpiece. Especially the 934 RSR. When he gets going from 5000rpm and tries to break your neck. A unique racing car of history .
You have to give this DLC a test!
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