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Personally I find the Fiesta R2 to be very difficult to drive, not because of it's handling characteristics or even the tiny numbers on the dashboard. No, rather I find it difficult to drive because of the size of the windshield banner. I find that the windshield banner on the Fiesta R2 is incredibly obtrusive and makes it very difficult to actually see the obstacles coming up ahead. this is most notable when you go don a hill and need to see the turn up ahead so you can know when to start braking. So my question is this, would it be possible to get a revision of the Fiesta R2's windshield banner? I really want to use this car. But due to the window banner, I find my self actively avoiding it in favor of easier cars like the 208 R2. I've attached screenshots for comparison. One is of the Fiesta while the other is of the 208. Notice how much further you can see in the 208 than the fiesta.
If I disble TAA in the menus, and then enter a race (or if I change it already in one), the game screen will freeze, and it will minimize, not coming back... basically, it crashes. Specs: Core I5 4570; Sapphire HD 7770 Vapor-X GHZ Edition; 8Gb of RAM; Windows 7 64x; In-game res: 1366x768 (fullscreen); AMD driver: 19.1.1; PS: Updating AMD Drivers... gonna update this post if anything changes (or not). PS: Yep, on 19.2.3 (latest) it still crashes.
Graphics: I have an original Xbox One. And for some reason DiRT 2.0 doesn’t look very good on it? It seems as if the quality has gone down from previous titles such as DiRT 4 and DiRT Rally. The car seems to be less precise and has less detail such as the lights, sponsors, and interior seem to all be slightly pixelated. The actual stage itself seems to lack detail too compared to recent titles. Even on the original Xbox One. Wheel FFB: I am really disappointed with the lack of adjustability for wheel settings on Xbox One for my wheel. I have a Logitech G920. For a start i calibrated my wheel to find out that i can only use 540 degrees of rotation! A classic car definitely has more and other games such as previously DiRT titles have a full range of angles. The actual FFB settings themselves are not very good. There’s no surface detail at all. It feels like the car is floating across the ground. With the lack of tyre slip adjustment, wheel friction and more this is making my DiRT 2.0 experience quite bad as well as other people.