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We are talking about a "Officially licenced F1 product", aren't we?Therefore it's more than to be expected that every single car model is designed correctly to represent the real deal as close as possible, including the "nit picky" leg protection / steering wheel detail / gloves / driver knee pad / car updates / sponsorships etc. etc. etc.Sadly the only F1 car in the whole history of Codies F1 franchise to be modelled to almost perfection is a stolen one, it's the Ferrari of the year '02 to be more precise, quite ironic if not even absolutely pathetic tbh especially as Codies are most definitely not incapable of creating high quality products.------------------------------@LightcruiserHD I also posted about this lack of detail of the car models a couple of weeks ago:http://forums.codemasters.com/discussion/58793/why-has-this-lack-of-attention-to-detail-been-accepted-as-normal-for-over-8-years-now#latestAnd here's the main thread to the "grand theft" of Codemasters:http://forums.codemasters.com/discussion/59556/how-did-a-f2002-mod-from-ac-end-up-in-f1-2017
Why is T-cam (TV cam?) bad? It's an option in the game, there to be used. I prefer it to the others.
@lolschrauber But regardless of the usage of T-Cam or Cockpit Cam, the "leg protection is practically visible in both cases for either the viewer or the driver, so we could go as far as to argue that it even "breaks immersion" for cockpit players as well.Either way imho the biggest "immersion breaker" for cockpit players specifically is the fact that we still don't have a actual helmet cam and not enough valubale information on the steering wheel, lol.