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  1. Chilza381

    Announcing F1 2015

    I found this interesting. "We weren’t trying to rush. Going forward, I’d love to cycle teams in a similar way to Call of Duty. That’s going to enable us to get more into a product. " Seems Paul doesn't mind the idea of having multiple developers of F1 games?
  2. Chilza381

    Announcing F1 2015

    This new article on the F1 website: Not really any new information, but it does detail minor things like how cockpit cam has been reworked and how every car has its own steering wheel. http://www.formula1.com/content/fom-website/en/latest/features/2015/5/f1-2015---ten-reasons-for-gamers-to-get-excited.html And it also adds more info regarding the single player modes. Career Modes: "Combined with the above, gamers can now pick any driver from the current field (Marussia pair Will Stevens and Roberto Merhi will be available after the first live patch) and compete with them over a full world championship campaign. For the most devout fans, there's also the Pro Season mode. Locked in to a full season, using the cockpit view only and with no assists or options to restart a session, it’s the ultimate test of skill and concentration - and the closest thing to a true Grand Prix weekend." 
  3. Chilza381


    1) Tyre wear is always on, there is no way of switching it on or off.                                                                                                                                2) Damage levels can be changed by going into the "difficulty level" option when setting up an event, and in career mode it can be changed by going into the "difficulty level" option which is accessed through the settings tab in the main career hub. 1) L'usure des pneus est toujours, il n'y a pas moyen de le mettre en marche ou non. 2) les niveaux de dommages peuvent être modifiés par l'entrée dans l'option "niveau de difficulté" lors de la création d'un événement, et en mode carrière, il peut être modifié en allant dans l'option "niveau de difficulté" qui est accessible par l'onglet Paramètres dans la carrière principale moyeu.
  4. Chilza381

    Announcing F1 2015

    Most likely not I'm afraid. We'll have to wait for official confirmation but as it stands, no Logitech wheels are compatible with any PS4 titles. 
  5. Chilza381

    Announcing F1 2015

    3 key facts from that Dutch preview mentioned by Mitchell7x 1) Starting procedure seems to be very different. 2) Much improved damage  3) Pitstops still automatic  This is translation of part of the interview. (It's not perfect- blame Google translate), but you can still get the jist of what is being said. "Not only from a graphic point we can expect a clear progress, the physics and damage model were thoroughly taken care of. The latter is improved in accordance with Code Masters in many respects. The level of damage can as usual be adjusted depending on the skill of the player, ranging from zero to super sensitive. The last setting will be a lot more caution than requiring "full damage" setting at the previous F1 games where you had to rock pretty hard into the wall to drive your car in the destruction. The Pro Season mode is the default setting for most severe damage. Here the slightest touch can all cause damage to your car. "Can", because as we have seen this season in Formula 1 itself will remain certain collisions surprisingly harmless." "A novelty is that the starting procedure in the new game to be set manually. In addition, the player can choose whether he will be the car in neutral, then put it in first gear at the start. Jumpstarts and the associated penalties will also be part of the regulations in F1 2015. Pitstops remain happen automatically from the moment the pit speed limiter comes into force."
  6. Chilza381

    Announcing F1 2015

    I'm absolutely blown away at just how good the graphics look. 
  7. A breakdown of the wheels available: 1) I'd stay away from any non FFB wheel such as the Thrustmaster T80 and the 458 Spider on Xbox One. 2) In terms of the T300 (PS4) vs TX (XONE) wheel, they are closely matched but the T300 has the edge in the degrees of rotation and the actual rim itself. The TX rim is quite cheap feeling and made of plastic compared to the metal T300 rim. Remember that all Thrustmaster sets are upgradeable and interchangeable wih their "ecosystem", so you can get another rim for the TX wheel but that will cost more. 3) With the Mad Catz Xbox One Wheel, the FFB and Helical gear system doesn't compare to the Thrusmaster brushless motor, belt driven wheels. 4) Old Fanatec wheels whilst being compatible with PS4 simply do not compare to the newer Thrustmaster Wheels. The new Fanatec offering will cost over $1000. 5) There is also the Thrustmaster T500 which is PS4 compatible but is a bit more expensive. The main differences here are the pedal set it comes with which is better than the T300 set as well as a bigger rim and static paddle shifters. 6) For PS4/PC your best bet is the T300 (RS or GTE version) and for Xbox One it is probably the TX wheel. As stated previously you can also upgrade pedals and rims with the Thrustmaster "ecosystem".
  8. Chilza381

    My god... how did I ever play this game?

    Completely agree; that setup system in the MotoGP games is awesome!
  9. Chilza381

    Announcing F1 2015

    At this stage there isn't.  justbiglee said that sort of info will be coming in the next few weeks. I'd be amazed though if the Thrustmaster 458 TX wheel wasn't compatible- that's probably the best wheel for Xbox One at the moment. 
  10. Chilza381

    is f1 2013 worth buying on ps3

    F1 2013 is my favourite, I couldn't stop playing it. Even now that I have F1 2014, I still play '13 every once in a while. There's something about it that I love in terms of handling and it's extremely additctive. You should also be able to find '13 relatively cheap. Not sure if you're a wheel or pad user, but if you use a pad then definitely get F1 2013- '14 sucks on the pad. 
  11. Chilza381

    Announcing F1 2015

    Not sure about the accuracy of this, but this Australian Retailer lists release as 12th of June. Also not sure if it was originally mentioned but it also appears that online practice sessions are finally in as well.  https://www.mightyape.com.au/product/F1-2015/22641589
  12. Chilza381

    Announcing F1 2015

    Sounds and looks amazing guys!! I was getting seriously worried with the lack of improvements from the past few titles and staff leaving etc... but this announcement has my faith restored in you guys. This is the most pumped I've been for an F1 game since 2010 was announced. The number and extent of the improvements seems vast and I hope you guys deliver the game you are capable of. 
  13. Unfortunately it's not currently compatible with PS4 and it's highly unlikely it ever will be. Find out more about wheels and next gen consoles here: http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2014-11-05-whats-the-deal-with-ps4-and-xbox-one-steering-wheels If you want a PS4 compatible wheel, the Thrustmaster T300 is probably your best option and according to Thrustmaster's website it's compatible with F1 2015. http://ts.thrustmaster.com/eng/index.php?pg=view_files&gid=3&fid=15&pid=375&cid=12
  14. Chilza381

    ERS ?????

    . In real life ERS is programmed to deploy automatically on certain sections of the track, but this can be overridden if necessary by using the "overtake button". The "overtake button" doesn't feature in the game however so all the effects of ERS are automatic in the game.