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I'm on holiday until Friday night ffs. 

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3 hours ago, Lollerke said:

They said next week....it's above your post and in the v1.4 patch notes. What makes you think we will have it tomorrow? 🙂

A feeling, i was right

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You FFB lovers are going to be happy with this update. Tried and tested it.

It features a Suspension FFB slider. Goes from 0 to 150. If you prefer the older FFB just slide it to zero. Feels very adjustable indeed.

For the FFB itself, it's definitely enough to satisfy your FFB cravings. You can feel ruts, juddering etc.

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Have any of the distinguished FFB connoisseurs tried it yet? 

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I'm waiting for Jesse to try it, seeing as how he's quite the FFB connoisseur.

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Why still in grey Tyre slip and engine options? And still 0 action in the force feedback. Still non-existent slips effects!!! cars are boats. No contact with the road. OMG last time I bought a game of codemasters

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14 minutes ago, RallyLover19 said:

Waiting to try the FFB update is more exciting than watching porn.

low bar imo

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3 minutes ago, Estasqueno said:

Why still in grey Tyre slip and engine options? And still 0 action in the force feedback. Still non-existent slips effects!!! cars are boats. No contact with the road. OMG last time I bought a game of codemasters

Those are settings specific to gamepads:

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I'm very happy about the ffb now. With the suspension slider at 100, you can clearly feel the road and the difference between tarmac, gravel, heavy gravel,...

Thank CM for making the ffb better :classic_smile:

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4 minutes ago, afahoy said:

Those are settings specific to gamepads:

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I cant feel (STILL) the sleeps. If you brake and block the tyres = 0 effect in FFB.

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FFB update a huge improvement, but needs a little more feel from vibration effects, possibly through Suspension slider. 

The Tyre Slip and Engine sliders are still greyed out and cannot be changed, any reason why this is, can you guys free this so we can adjust ourselves.

Using Thrustmaster TX XB1

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The truth is that I am disappointed. I have the game unused since the first week of the launch and I expected you to solve it with this update. but I see that it has not been like that.
 

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5 minutes ago, watzcoc said:

The Tyre Slip and Engine sliders are still greyed out and cannot be changed, any reason why this is, can you guys free this so we can adjust ourselves.

I explained this literally 10 minutes ago, 5 posts up in this thread.

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no matter. The issue is that you do not feel slip effects. 0 effects. It is very false and uncomfortable.

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8 minutes ago, Estasqueno said:

no matter. The issue is that you do not feel slip effects. 0 effects. It is very false and uncomfortable.

And that force is present in which current game you know? Dirt Rally 1? 

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8 minutes ago, thatDutchguy83 said:

And that force is present in which current game you know? Dirt Rally 1? 

In good simulators. For example assetto corsa.

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3 minutes ago, Estasqueno said:

In good simulators. For example assetto corsa.

How’s the gravel rallying in Assetto Corsa?

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6 minutes ago, afahoy said:

How’s the gravel rallying in Assetto Corsa?

Don't troll me please. You know what I said is true. If you do not believe me, check it yourself. brake on asphalt (spain) to the maximum and you will see that there is no effect on the steering wheel. that is not realistic. It's necessary to feel the landslides is essential to drive to the limit.

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Xbox One X - Fanatec CS 2v5.

 

 

No change. No information from wheels. Then 2 options ffb are missing and 2 are grayed out. The information from the suspension was very good, so I do not understand why you change it instead of focusing on the essential thing.

 

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6 minutes ago, Estasqueno said:

Don't troll me please. You know what I said is true. If you do not believe me, check it yourself. brake on asphalt (spain) to the maximum and you will see that there is no effect on the steering wheel. that is not realistic. It's necessary to feel the landslides is essential to drive to the limit.

Look, I agree there should be some feeling of looseness when you lock your front wheels up.

The issue I have with your posts is the ridiculous “omg worst game ever” tone of your posts. It makes it hard to take you seriously.

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40 minutes ago, Estasqueno said:

bez znaczenia. Problem polega na tym, że nie odczuwasz efektów poślizgu. 0 efektów. Jest to bardzo fałszywe i niewygodne.

Exactly. Driving on asphalt is a mockery. 

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