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  1. My gripe is with the Mercedes engine, particularly the downshifting. On F1 2020, it sounds pretty rough, like someone threw a wrench in the gearbox or something. On the video you notice the smoothness of the Mercedes engine when downshifting along with a "whistling" sound. The sound you hear on the YouTube video is the way it should have been implemented in the game but sadly it isn't. I'm hoping for a patch that resolves this sound gripe but I'm thinking that this is wishful thinking at best lol
  2. A sound patch that fixes the downshift sound of the Mercedes engine? It sounds too rough @BarryBL
  3. @BarryBL Not sure if this was already asked but just in case it hasn’t, will there be at least one more livery update coming to F1 2020?
  4. Did anyone notice that the AI cars don't zig zag to warm up their tyres during the formation lap and safety car period? They did in F1 2019 but not in 2020, what's up with that?
  5. I'm not so sure I would compare the engine sound from the 2018 Ferrari and the 2020 Ferrari. Different chassis and engine specs, 2020 Ferrari is much better a sound, just sayin' 😄
  6. I notice a comparison under acceleration but I didn't notice any comparison when downshifting. Seen F1 2020 game videos and the downshifts need work but again, it's a work in progress so we may yet to see improvements here 🙂
  7. I agree with you and it's not just for Mercedes but for Ferrari, Honda and Renault too. The audio is still a work in progress so one can assume the audio team is consistently reviewing the engine sounds and modifying them as such to increase accuracy 🙂
  8. I will reiterate after hearing the onboard engine sounds for the coming F1 2020 however, that they are an improvement but the downshifts are a little suspect to me. I've read that the audio is always a work in progress, which is awesome news but is there any way to get the downshifts to sound like in the video below :
  9. I'm not so sure I agree in this case. Like for me, I prefer playing F1 with the "Onboard TV Pod Offset" view so I believe that the engine sound in this particular view should be accurate or closely accurate to what you would hear when you're watching F1 on television. I understand different microphones are used which accounts for the difference in pitch in the sounds and whatnot but even if the audio team could use one of those microphones to record the Ferrari, Mercedes, Honda and Renault engine sounds while driving in the "Onboard TV Pod Offset" camera view with a great deal of accuracy th
  10. Installed patch 1.22 and read the changelog for the patch. Played the game on Steam but I'm still experiencing crash to desktop issues, no errors, it's just crashing. It doesn't seem like this issue been resolved with this new patch and I don't understand why. It's been reported enough times, surely something should have been done about it, yes? @BarryBL
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