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EZZA

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  1. Yeah.. the sad fact is that it's highly unlikely that Codies will awknowledge this issue and aim to fix it
  2. I think the issue is not the camera lock per say, but the car/chassis itself, which is shaking uncontrollably, making the gameplay "stuttery" It's just unnatural how much the car microshakes/stutters when the camera is locked completely
  3. If u look at the halo, u can see how it twitches constantly, making the gameplay/gamefeed just stuttery, and it shouldnt do that It doesnt look as bad in the video but for me when driving, it is just horrible and x100 worse https://youtu.be/9Tu727FZjo4
  4. Yeah, constantly Ofc the car shakes but the camera POV twitches unnaturaly
  5. After putting both camera shake and camera movement sliders to 0, the camera is still shaking/twitching/jiggling unnaturaly, and makes the gameplay/gamefeed very stuttery even though I'm running +150fps constantly
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    DiRT Rally feedback list

    Over-the-edge Monte-Carlo thoughts.. (posted in DR's Steam community section)It's just really frustrating and funny at the same time when you go over the edge in any of the stages at Monte, you get an instant DNF. When as a comparison to the other stages in the game, for example when you go over the menacing edge in Greece, you'll just respawn back onto the stage and get a time-penalty. Same thing in Finland, Germany, Wales etc. Community responded comments: 1: Coincidence: today this happened to me for the first time. I drove against one of those snowy sides, balanced on it and the car decided to flip over it. No big deal, I thought, but to my amazement I got the message the car was ruined...! Very odd indeed. Specially since this doesn't happen in similar situations elsewhere. I didn't fell of a cliff or anything, I just drove into a ditch! 2: I've been part of DR's early access since the beginning and this has been an "issue" ever since that. Dont know why this is the way it is though.. 3: It's so annoying if you go over by the tiniest amount it retires you instead of recovering with 15 second penalty. It's especially annoying when it happens right at the last few corners. 4: Yeah my thoughts exactly. The edges in Monte are like vacuum cleaners so to speak, touch them even the slightest and they suck you over and you'll get a DNF. But everywhere else you'll just respawn back with a time-penalty. 5: i'd be ok if they made monte a 15-second penalty or if it was a DNF off every cliff, just the inconsistency is frustrating 6: It isn't inconsistent. You are forced to retire if there is no way for the car to roll back onto the road. You only get a DNF when you fall off a sheer cliff or walled off ditch or something similar - where the car cannot drive back to the road in any physical way.7: It is inconsistent. In Greece the car gets reset to the track in many places you'd never get it back on the stage without a crane while in Monte Carlo you even get a dnf in a few places while you still have one wheel on the stage. 8: Thanks for explaining, I thought I'd made it clear but apparently not! I'm happy to drive at 100% on greek cliff edges because i'm willing to risk a 15-second penalty, but in Monaco I have to be extra careful next to small ditches as I know it can lead to a DNF. That's a clear inconsistency. 9: I was talking about consistency inside a single stage, not consistency between countries. Are there spots in Greece that trigger a DNF at all? I was under the impression only Monte Carlo had DNFs, but I don't make a habit of driving off the road. 10: I think the fact that driving off a cliff in Greece only gives you the 15-second penalty is more problematic than the Monaco DNF. Greece should be instant DNF too, in my opinion. 11: yup sometimes you can just get stuck !! 12: You weren't talking about inconsistency at all. I mentioned it and you flat-out told me i was wrong and there is no inconsistency. To aqnswer your question, yes, there are DNF spots in Greece, normally if you go over a cliff which has a guard-rail protecting it which makes sense. I've found them a few times through some very ambitious driving, but as you so eloquently put it, crashing off cliffs is beneath you ;) 13: Yeah getting stuck is possible in DR, happens to me in Wales quit often in the forest-sections. But this over-the-edge thing is just ridiculous and could do with somekind of a fix
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