Author Topic: Upgrading upgraded  (Read 47766 times)

dbs213

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Well, hope to see fully customiziable cars in the next update!

Anyway, this has gotten me thinking about a sandbox mode where you had unlimited money and every part available to you from the start (cars built in Sandbox CANNOT be used in Multiplayer for obvious reasons)? I think that it would give gearheads even more stuff to play around with.

(sorry for offtopic)

Definitely a +1 from me.
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DaveoBro

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Well, hope to see fully customiziable cars in the next update!

Anyway, this has gotten me thinking about a sandbox mode where you had unlimited money and every part available to you from the start (cars built in Sandbox CANNOT be used in Multiplayer for obvious reasons)? I think that it would give gearheads even more stuff to play around with.

(sorry for offtopic)

Definitely a +1 from me.

+1 as well, that would be an awesome addition! :)

bustensiku

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Coud be a great idea but i preffer if you spend your time in race and bowl modes first. Thank you.

Azhurel

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Well, hope to see fully customiziable cars in the next update!

Anyway, this has gotten me thinking about a sandbox mode where you had unlimited money and every part available to you from the start (cars built in Sandbox CANNOT be used in Multiplayer for obvious reasons)? I think that it would give gearheads even more stuff to play around with.

(sorry for offtopic)

Definitely a +1 from me.
What? Why would we need sand box's? There isn't going to be like a thousand parts per car. Nothing to need a sandbox for...
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deadmoroz14

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What? Why would we need sand box's? There isn't going to be like a thousand parts per car. Nothing to need a sandbox for...
I'd like to have a sandbox to test different car setups. It will be very useful, considering that performance parts will not be just +2 to top speed and +1 to acceleration, but like IRL parts
And if there will be some tuning (f.e. change gear ratios, camber, toe, etc.), then sandbox is must-have.
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LukeDude759

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I don't know, whenever there's a sandbox mode, I find myself doing that a lot more than the actual campaign. This seems like a game whose campaign I wouldn't want to be distracted from.

Azhurel

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Also, we'll be talking about the visual upgrading later. Still working on it.
What kind of visuals? Like bumpers, spoilers, rims an stuff. Or just a color change?
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HYLK

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they told us in a video customization like different bumpers and such.. and probably some other coolstuff. but 4 me, i dont really care if they give us customization, i rather see that time spent on damagemoduls and driving experience, and different handlings on different cars.

zixx999

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aw this is beautifl. I can't wait for the final product......

#thepotential

Needles Kane

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Anyway, this has gotten me thinking about a sandbox mode where you had unlimited money and every part available to you from the start (cars built in Sandbox CANNOT be used in Multiplayer for obvious reasons)? I think that it would give gearheads even more stuff to play around with.

Interstate 76 had this feature on melee missions.

http://www.mobygames.com/images/shots/l/25532-interstate-76-nitro-riders-windows-screenshot-customize-your.jpg