Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by HomieFFM, May 31, 2018.
Great sim and all…now if they’d just substitute the GT3s with something more exciting.
it will be for AC3, with all the AC1 content
Posting in a Reiza Forum with complaints about Reizas decision gives bad ratings and you're wondering?
Try this on S3 Forum, you will get the same
Yes i was wondering why people that pay for a new game are satisfied with outdated tech...
Does ACC only have the 2015 Mercedes?
They have all the cars from the 2018 and 2019 Blancpain GT Series.
The new AMG will race from next year on.
I have found the option to make a race against AI with the same class +different skins.
So for 19€, in ACC I have :
- 24 cars to make Cup car races
- 11 tracks (+4 DLCs)
- Rain + night
- Awesome graphics/sound/FFB
for +100 € in iRacing I have :
-1 car (GT3 cup car)
- No rain
- Outdated graphics/sound
- Subscription per month
I don't regret my Early Access purchase at all ! There is no comparaison today for the AI races.
This is how the supporters are well thanked, unlike the Reiza backer campaign...
The UI is the worst I`ve come across. I can`t find the menu which turns off pitstops. I stumbled across it once but can`t find it again. In anything other than career it looks as though I can`t select most of the 2018/19 cars, including the Mercedes.
I think I`ll just stick to raceroom thanks.
even my 8 years old son plays with ACC.....
I can play it OK, I just can`t navigate to the menus I want, and the car selection menu`s a mess.
Why am I restricted as to which cars I can choose?
I was massively impressed at first, but now I find the restrictions to be really annoying.
You can race with all the 24 cars, and you can make a CUP car race with each car, the 991 cup car all others....EPIC ! and they have all differents skins with the cup car race.....it's what I call the best liveries generation made for the AI.
I can help for the UI, it's a pleasure to help someone in a game.
Maybe I`m reading the car selection wrongly. What`s the date that appears in the bottom right of the cars?
You can select the season at the top of the main screen:
And the year being shown at the bottom of the cars is the year when the car model was introduced (in case of the current Mercedes it is 2015 for example).
Thanks very much for taking the time to do this. Now I understand the dates
Maybe I'm an oldfag and a fan of simple graphics. I think everything is too bright. Maybe it's a feature of perception.
I have a 1440p(RGB) monitor set up correctly, but the picture seems "loose". Everything on Epic/High(trees/glass is low - I don't pay attention to that, and I don't really see the difference). Even AC+SOL better in my opinion.
Don't get me wrong. I love RRE. My problem has more to do with my settings I guess because it is more worse than before.
EDIT: and when I look at footage from other players. I see much better GFX than on my screens. So it must has to do with my settings,
No way AC from 2013 looks better than ACC....even with SOL, the textures are always from 2013, the trees are poor in AC....need glasses ??
When you race the night in AC with SOL, the headlights are awfully rendered...AC + sol is for me a waste....it doesn"t change the physics or textures....
Nice troll but there is no comparaison between AC graphics and ACC graphics.....
Sol is like putting lipstick on a pig in this regard...
SOL is not more but also not less than what it is, it cannot work miracles and wonders. It increases the variety of daylight themes and moods and skyboxes. The night lighting is a compromise, since many track environments are not optimised for supporting that idea of lightsources at night. But the difference has to be made between tracks not prepared for SOL nightlights, and tracks that are. The latter obviously look better than the first.
It also provides a different launcher interface. Some like it better, some like it less. Taste, you know. But it adds some functionaity that elsewise could not be had in AC default.
Its comparing apples with orange if comparing a highly optimised sim like ACC with its inbuild dynamic time of day and weather, with the compromises and workarounds by which SOL tries to compensate for the complete lack of both in AC.
Seen this way, SOL does a terrific, breathtaking job. Say thanks for it to the cretaor of it, instead of rubbing him the deficits of AC under the nose endlessly. He did more on the issue some people criticise, than most of us AC players will ever even come close to do. He does it for free, and he owes us nothing. That did not stop him. So: thank you! Personally I use SOL for race settings from dawn to sunset, no nigh races and no rain, and for setting up trackdays. And this it delivers with flying colours.
I'm getting terrible frame stutters now, even reinstall of ACC and DDU'd new graphics drivers aren't fixing it .
Gotta admit I'm disappointed with the livery editor too, but hey, I've always just used the official ones anyway.
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