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    Thrustmaster T300 RS

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  1. I think a few people in the beta are having the beta forum section access. Me included. But it's been raised so is likely being looked into for all users.
  2. 2020 is the first beta I'm going to be involved in. It's not the same people every year, but as others have said, if you're productive and provide good feedback, you're likely to be chosen again in subsequent years. Just getting a copy of the beta and playing it whilst giving no feedback isn't helpful and isn't what a beta's for which is why some people may not have been chosen this year I suppose.
  3. Saying you're in the beta isn't breaching any confidentiality agreement. If you were to then say "I'm in and feature X is amazing because of the addition of Y" then that's a breach of the NDA. 😛
  4. I'm in too! Just waiting on getting access to the Beta sub-forum on here!
  5. Not sure if this has a place in here, but I’ll voice it anyway. Please can you add support for the PlayStation buttons in the UI when using a T300RS with the stock rim? When my wheel has buttons like X and O, it’s reallt frustrating that the game shows them as “Button 8” etc. Pretty sure DualShock 4 controllers show the correct symbols so why not PlayStation wheels?
  6. I''ve not been active on the forums very much but it's sad to see you leave the Codemasters family. Best of luck at Dovetail (?). Really can't wait to see what next year holds for F1, and hopefully you'll be mentioned somewhere in the credits! :D
  7. If it's on the back of the new game, just put my name on the box will you? ;) Haha.
  8. Got a question. Would the events be every Wednesday evening? The thing is that I race over at GPVWC.com in Porsches every other Wednesday but I'd love take part in this as well. Damn my sim racing career! :P
  9. I'm hoping the new game requires precision driving instead of 'chuck it in and let it slide'. Really hoping for a spiritual successor to the old ToCA games... After a chat I had on twitter with the Senior Brand Manager of GRID and DiRT, his hints have left me feeling very confident. :) We're in for a treat guys (and gals) I'm sure! :D
  10. Not sure if the following have been said yet but it's late, I'm tired and I haven't got the strength to read the previous pages... :P Fully dynamic rubbering in on the track. Each tyre of every car lays down rubber onto the track with each pass it does over it. This also adds marbles to the edge of the track along with dust and gravel. Probably possible on next-gen and PC, not sure about PS3/360. Dirt/rubber build up on cars. After a long race I'd love to see black rubber marks and dirty water marks on the car after a wet race when it's dried halfway through. It would show the car is '
  11. Can't wait for part 7 where I drive the Scooby! Haha... ha... h... Guys? Guys?! :D :P
  12. The first DiRT is the only game I've ever gotten all the achievements for on my 360. :) I loved the game from the moment I started playing it. But after playing DiRT 2/3 and Richard Burns Rally, it became clear how 'sticky' the handling felt. The cars didn't feel loose enough in my opinion. But, this issue is gradually being tweaked in your later games and I'm hoping DiRT 4 will be even closer to simulation than its predecessors. :D
  13. New suggestion from me. Not sure whether it'll be possible for DiRT 4 (if it's not there already), but maybe a future game... How about obtaining the Rally America license? Official stages like the 100 Acre Wood rally and so on? I'd love to race 'alongside' Higgins and Pastrana in the WRX STIs! :)
  14. PS4 is my main console these days. But I've got a PS3 which still has plenty of life left as well as a beastly PC and a 360. :)
  15. @Rallycameraman I could be wrong, but I don't think WRC cars have launch control in real life. From what I understand, then put it in first (with the clutch in), floor it and hold the handbrake. Then when the lights go out, drop the clutch, let off the handbrake and away they go. I could be wrong, but that's what I think it is at present. As for upgrades for the cars. Maybe perhaps have aero tweaks, stronger suspension to take more punishment over the hills of Finland? Also maybe turbos/engines which overheat less when full of snowbanks. :P
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