I mean a lot of us are driving several sims. So with the new strong competitors (ACC, but probably more AMS2) it doesn't mean it's over. What i agree is that AMS2 will be probably way more successful than AMS. Although a lot of people within the sim-world claim that graphic is not that important, it's obvious that AMS struggles in popularity because of the old engine. The game will change with AMS2. They will provide a lot of content in cars and tracks, and all of them in pretty good quality and they are more focused on cars and tracks beyond Brazil than before. For me I prefer at the moment rF2 bit more than AMS because I simply love rF2 very much. In Dec this can also be changed. Not that way that I will not play rF2 anymore, but there is a real chance for AMS 2 to become my go-to-sim if the can hold the level of AMS (and they will - I'm 100% sure). It's gonna be very exciting in the near future with those new sims.