Author Topic: Bouncy Bouncy, dem physics....  (Read 1782 times)

Paul_B

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Maybe make it a bit more sim style. once you have a setup for a type of track you should be able to save it as file, then when in garage select the setup ie: Road,RallyX,Dirt. That's the norm for most sim tiltles.

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« Last Edit: October 21, 2016, 09:16:50 PM by pben1 »
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Paul_B

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As above if i'm missing some thing in game please share.

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sam223

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Setup recommendations would probably help. The descriptions are on the parts but i dont think many read them. If you reinforced that racing tires and stiff suspension are not recommended off road/tacks with jumps it might solve the issue.
I use rally suspension all the time, because i think it drives the nicest even if it is slower. Very rarely do i notice problems with jumps or bottoming out.
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BrianUK

I use rally suspension all the time, because i think it drives the nicest even if it is slower. Very rarely do i notice problems with jumps or bottoming out.

It still happens though, so it's not just a suspension choice issue as has been alluded to. It's a flaw in the whole thing. The only choice I can see right now, especially with the admission that it's very hard to rectify, is to remove all the jumps. That's the only surefire way to ensure the car doesn't ping off in an arbitrary direction. But then where is the fun in a track that does nothing but stay flat?

Purple44

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But then where is the fun in a track that does nothing but stay flat?

Ya, I would hate see jumps removed from Wreckfest!!  :o

The new Mixed 4 track got the jumps just about right, get a little air, might have do a little correction on landing.  :D

But it nice to have a few tracks with jumps you have to worry about.
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BrianUK

But it nice to have a few tracks with jumps you have to worry about.

I'd be inclined to agree with you if it was consistent, and everyone was punished equally for taking a jump too fast. However, as it stands, it is frustrating to take a jump with someone else, and they land perfectly while your car shows off it's breakdancing skills.
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sam223

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I use rally suspension all the time, because i think it drives the nicest even if it is slower. Very rarely do i notice problems with jumps or bottoming out.

It still happens though, so it's not just a suspension choice issue as has been alluded to. It's a flaw in the whole thing. The only choice I can see right now, especially with the admission that it's very hard to rectify, is to remove all the jumps. That's the only surefire way to ensure the car doesn't ping off in an arbitrary direction. But then where is the fun in a track that does nothing but stay flat?

Doesn't happen very often with rally suspension with sedan/am4 (II), only occasionally when taking jumps flatout at angles.
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