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I realize this is a very late post, but I have to say that derby is a huge priority for many people. If you've looked at the most recent posts in the mystery project and other places in the forum, you'll find a great interest in it from 25-50% of the players or more.Dominatrix said:No offense, but I'm pretty sure nobody in this world other than you people would care THAT much about that derby mode. Drift mode is the most popular thing here.
Also I consider the lack of cockpit cam a 'great sacrifice' for performance. Would help ppl with subpar PCs like us to get anything par or higher than 30 FPS.
I see Racer, so you don't like the view because your driving is poor while using it. I guess everyone has things that they are better at, but I don't see how a driver's cam could affect the performance of people's computers who don't even use the driver cam.RacerBest said:I never use cockpit camera in any game.. It blocks the vision too much. In most of the games I go with 3rd person view and in some games where I need precision I use bumper or hood view.
Codemasters need to release a demo come late April so we can try this TrueFeel handling for ourselves. From what I have read and heard in the this video, GRID 2 Preview part 1 ( listen to Dev at the 3:00 mark ), TrueFeel will be some where between all assists ON and all assists OFF.AltS7 said:Judging from gameplays, Codemasters got wrong direction. Envirornment (especially the one from night race) & cars looks good but handling dissapoints a lot. It's too much simplified that reminds Sleeping Dogs or Burnout Paraidse. Don't get me wrong, I really like the handling of these games but that arcade style simply doesn't fit to GRiD\DiRT because there must be feeling that you drive the car, not some Mario's kart.