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Tranzitive

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  1. In terms of sound only Assetto Corsa Competizione comes close. Just fire up something like AMS2 or GT Sport and it becomes immediately obvious how far ahead the sound in ACC and DR2.0 is. Thirteen real-life rally locations, fantastic physics for the most part in DR2.0. Yeah the tarmac physics are not perfect but they are definitely serviceable. Tuning the cars on tarmac really helps a lot with the feel. Mainly dropping the ride height and stiffening the suspension. Most of the default setups on gravel are perfectly fine but for tarmac a bit of tuning does help with the feel. Best re
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    Pit Coins

    Any update on my question above? Are the pitcoins only a preorder bonus or should they come included with the Schumacher DLC if you buy it as an add-on?
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    Pit Coins

    Quick question: I bought the base game on PC (Steam), and a few days ago bought the Schumacher DLC as an add-on. Are you supposed to get pitcoins with the DLC, or were the pitcoins only a pre-order bonus if you pre-ordered the Schumacher edition? I have no pitcoins so just trying to work out what's going on. TIA.
  4. yeah 1 or 2 banners here and there i could understand but this is waaaayyy over the top. it's so blatant and in-your-face. actually makes me want to NOT by PC3 just because of how annoying the advertising is in DR2.0
  5. I hope they remove all the stupid Project Cars 3 advertising from DR2.0 soon. They just completely blanket-bombed the game with this stupid stuff. Really annoying.
  6. PC2 is also garbage. ACC has an incredibly complex physics model which is very CPU intensive. And they've just patched it to 1080p 60fps on PS4 Pro now anyway, with a slight bit of a graphics downgrade when running it in 60fps mode.
  7. As much as I would love possibly VR on PS5 or some type of performance upgrade, I think we need to accept that this game is basically done as far as support goes. It was released over a year ago, CM supported it for over a year and rolled out numerous patches for it which is great. But it's time to look to the future. I'm sure they're already busy with work on their WRC title to be released in 2022 or 2023 or whenever. They can't support old titles forever.
  8. I've been playing ACC non-stop on PS4 since it released. The 30fps isn't actually that bad and you get used to it after a while. The physics, sound, immersion, and detail are absolutely incredible. I tried playing GT Sport yesterday after 2 weeks of playing nothing but ACC and how 'simcade' leaning towards arcade the physics are really stood out after playing ACC. Yeah 30fps would be better but the game has dynamic weather and day-night transitions too. DR2.0 doesn't. GT Sport doesn't. Sacrifices have to be made somewhere. And let's not forget that DR2.0 was only 1080p and extremely blur
  9. Interesting picture update on the CM Facebook page.
  10. okay, great, thanks for the feedback. since we're talking about the community events might as well mention that the last week or two the selection was a bit off. there were a lot of F2 events, a lot of one other type of car (think it was H2 or H3 RWD), and a LOT of R2 events seem to have come up last week. and some events were basically doubles, for example, there would be two events with H2 RWD at New Zealand (I know the exact stages were different, but having two H2 RWD or something events at the same location is more-or-less a double). There was also recently a bonus event which,
  11. @PJTierney cannot access the 2000cc class cars in career mode/community events. This is despite the fact that I own all of them (have bought seasons 1, 2, 3, and 4). Literally the only car that is showing up is the new Impreza 22b. the other cars don't appear at all. Someone else on Facebook reported the same thing. This is for the current (at time of writing) daily community event in Australia. I only have the Impreza selectable. All cars still available in time trial etc. PS4 (Pro), US PSN store.
  12. this should be good. WRC 7 was a big step up over 6, and 8 made some improvements over 7 too. just hope they work on the physics more. WRC 8 is great with a gamepad but i find the handling too floaty with a wheel, and the cars have this weird tendency for the back end to just completely step out when going over bumps. and not been able to tune that tendency out no matter what tunings i've tried.
  13. also sounded okay to me but i honestly can't remember what it sounded like in real life. the missing audio for the Fabia was a fairly big omission though because it has a very noticeable sound. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HEQ-pUxZgZQ&t=352s
  14. Yes I also saw that thing about rebalancing the audio. that is AWESOME. hopefully now the engine noise for the NR4 cars won't be so quiet. And new audio for the Fabia. Did they finally manage to get hold of an actual Fabia to record?
  15. My suggestions: 1) Stages/locations - would like to see two parts to each location rather than just one part cut up. WRC 8 actually does this really well, and it adds a lot of variety to the locations. In DR2.0 for example you just have El Condor in Argentina and not the flat bits at the bottom. So some of the locations get very repetitive and it can be difficult to even tell the stages apart. Some of them like Greece and New Zealand are not so bad (NZ has the forest sections, and also more open sections), but others get quite repetitive (Argentina and Monaco, for example). Also anot
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