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jonny174

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  1. i sure hope will be school with the improved  "better feel" tarmac physics that Dirt 4 had................
    Speaking of which if there is no vid release of tarmac coming up before launch, then we can all guess tarmac isnt improved upon ? Hope thats not the case.
    Maybe Jon can shed some light on that soon.
    Should see something in the near future all being well ;) 

  2. @jonny174  Are you by any chance suggesting this little lion will come out to play in DR 2.0 ;)?

    P.S - Please keep the Adam. I love that angry and fast little car!

    I was just saying how much I loved my little 208 R2 & rallying in general ;) . I think we need the DiRT Rally team setup again :D 

    Here is a video of my old 208 for you to enjoy!
    https://youtu.be/6IrYr7tXMeg?t=77

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  3. kheiro said:
    Areyouben said:
    Yeah did some DiRT 4 as well this week, did 2 full 12 stage rounds in Australia and Wales in the 2l class (Subaru) and I really tried setting the rear up as loose as possible. There were some parts that flowed vere nicely, but more often I was frustrated by the sudden gain of rear end grip mid corner, with awkward & unsatisfying corner exits

    Can’t wait to see how this feels in 2.0! :)
    Codies say : we made the rear a bit more slippery. No Thanks
    We need really good physics and measurements.

    I don't think we ever said we made the rear ' a bit more slippery ' What we did say is that we have focused on how the surfaces and tyres interact with each other so that the behavior and balance of the car felt more realistic from feedback and validation of real life rally drivers.

  4. ShodanCat said:
    I really don't want to be negative but the grip levels DO look exaggerated like Dirt 4...

    We played today (on the DiRT Show) with the soft tyre compound on a Front Wheel Drive car (Golf GTI) which offers maximum grip. When you select a harder compound in game the car with move around more and you will have less traction on acceleration and braking. Personally I enjoy putting on a set of hard tyres and adjusting the setup slightly to make the rear dance around more. We are looking forward to showing you guys the 4wd and rwd cars, which are very exciting to drive and power slide around, stay tuned!

  5. mats27 said:
    gfRally said:
    tbtstt said:
    gfRally said:
    JorritVD said:
    Also this post, same type of wood and says Southam, which is the place where dirt studios are based
    It looks like yes:

    when was that pic from?
    Must be relatively recent, as that looks like DiRT 4 branding on the back wall. 

    For those who know, this is quite humbling that it is still there!




    It's still here! We moved it a bit though.  ;)

    I'm gonna steal it for my bedroom ;)
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