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I’m new to the sport of F1 and the games, I’ve been wondering what is the difference between the full damage setting and the simulation setting?

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Basically full damage enables all kinds of damage to the car and simulation tries to make it as fragile as it is real

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Use Full Damage only,otherwise the AI has an advantage as they do not use Simulation.

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3 minutes ago, svensenk86 said:

Use Full Damage only,otherwise the AI has an advantage as they do not use Simulation.

@BarryBL can we get this confirmed? I wasn't aware of it.. Have I been at a disadvantage?!

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It is the same like 2019...figured it there out actually posted even a video in the 2019 forum to Barry

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Full damage:

Drs failure/ more easy to broke your wing.

Simulation:

Drs failure/ wing verry easy to broke/ you can have puncture if you ride over debrit/ if you touch the wall you can have puncture.

 

This is the différence beetwen simulation and full dammage. You dont have engine failure or mecanical failure in this game

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Still find it pathetic how you cant get engine/mechanical failures in a Racing "Sim" in 2020.

 

Booted up F12017 tonight, and man....so many assets are exactly the same 3+ years later. Same sounds on the radio, etc. Just lazy from the devs.

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Well to be fair, consoles are running the same hardware since 2013. I would certainly call it lazy if I did not see improvements on performance, AI, and handling. These things are all resource consuming.

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