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  1. FOneFanatic

    MAKE THE KERBS FEEL AND LOOK LIKE IRL

    I"m glad you can listen and learn for at least once in this thread. Lando pointed out minor irruglarities about some aspects of the tracks that you blow out to be major complaints about the track, which by the way happen to be IN THE GAME- DUH!
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    Help!! I’m slow this year, and can’t figure out why!

    No the game is not the fault here, but changes to the sport that are mandated each year. Lee Mather said this in an interview about F1 2019 sometime this year, and I quote "The cars handle differently; there is less power but there is also less grip and smaller tires. Even with less power there is still enough to create rear spin and there is less downforce, so players will notice that the moment they take the first bend. " In other words, don't expect a magic bullet without practice, practice, practice.
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    Racestart with PS4 Controller

    All starting, whether manual or otherwise is a matter of practice, practice, practice. But IMO, manual starts are the best to master. Try manual starts using absolutely no assists is my best advise to you.
  4. FOneFanatic

    Audio name request for upcoming F1 titles

    Trendon, Nigel please.
  5. FOneFanatic

    MAKE THE KERBS FEEL AND LOOK LIKE IRL

    And I quote you " ....from around 5-6 minutes in his first reaction is multiple complaints about the track model", like I said NOT True. In the final analysis, he totally enjoyed the REALISM of the game, despite having noted difference between the game and IRL.
  6. FOneFanatic

    MAKE THE KERBS FEEL AND LOOK LIKE IRL

    Yeah, those were the comments he made as he has acccess to more realistic sim models that this game. But those comments nothwithstanding, he seems to be really enjoying the game from what I see. But you fail to mention comments such as "Ah, feels like home" - enjoying the game! And "Hey guys, REALISTIC AS HELL, yeah" - enjoying the game. Just because an actual F1 driver made some off comments about his gaming experience is no cause to arrive at the conclusion that the game is **** as you're implying. On the contrary, Lando seems to have enjoyed the race and thus the game: "Hey Guys, realistic as hell, yeah".
  7. With all the negative hoopla in this thread, you'd think that folks complaining here will just not buy the game, but they do buy it, and each year keeping coming back for more. So lower your harping and carping and just enjoy the game for pete's sake!
  8. FOneFanatic

    MAKE THE KERBS FEEL AND LOOK LIKE IRL

    I don't think there is anything wrong with the visual fidelity of this game. If FOM is banning clips from this game, mistaking them for actual F1 footage, then the visual authenticity of this game, kerbs included, is very well presented, IMO.
  9. FOneFanatic

    Ideas for improvement [F1 2020]

    I'd like to see them add track acclimation as a separate mode of Time Trials - now that would be rad indeed.
  10. FOneFanatic

    MAKE THE KERBS FEEL AND LOOK LIKE IRL

    You would have to be an experienced F1 driver to know the difference, aint it?
  11. Being that the game was released early, there is more of a fixing spread than last year. I think we can expect one more before xmas and possibly one final in early 2020.
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    Race footage getting copyrighted

    I recall this happening to me about two to three years back on Facebook, all due to the photo realism of the game. I've not had any issues since with my gameplay postings - KOW! And yes, JennyAnneM can rectify these FOM blocks for sure.
  13. FOneFanatic

    Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez Aero - Question

    I think Lee Mather needs to do a vidoe about how F1 XXXX is made to clear up this post, as I know I'm right about my stated position here.
  14. FOneFanatic

    New wheel user!

    I would think that going from game pad to wheel will be a huge transitional difference. Where once you used your fingers and forearm muscles to control the cars, you now do so via your arms and feet. You certainly can't expect a magical transition, as what is called "mental proprioception" has to get adjusted to the new speed inputs from your arms and feet. My advise is to find a comfortable setting, not a magical setting, and give it time, possibly a week to a month to see your speed transiton to d-pad normal. Then after you've become expert with the wheel, try your skills at the d-pad and see the difference. And all this from a guy who have never played with a wheel - LOL - but still try it.
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    Hotfix - Patch Notes for 1.16 – Discussion Thread

    Based on the nature of Ad Hoc releases.
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