Discussion in 'News & Announcements' started by RaceRoom, Jul 26, 2016.
yes, sorry, it's been over a year when
Sooner or later Mercedes will announce a new GT3 car ^^
Would be funny, then we will might get an old timer. I get the feeling it's useless to ask for a release date. I think it's a good idea to look around and move on
Yep, look around at all the games that already have this car in.
Project Cars 1/2, Assetto Corsa, iRacing
The chance is big, that at the S3 Release the cars are out of date.
It´s really a shame, that this game - which has one of the best physics - lays on the ground. While all other sims have a up-to-date-GT3 rooster, here you can match with a starting grid of cars which are 75 % outdated (since years).
What is a GT3 Rooster?
Is it homol-egg-ated?
He is crying cook-a-doodle-doo.
Same procedure as in every thread ..maybe it´s Dinner for one...?
Really would like to know the reasons for these delays (I think we all agree that they are delayed).
Is it due to license issues? Financial issues? Employers busy with other things? Or everything on schedule? Is like waiting for Christmas
I would also spend €10 or more per car to get them.
Tired of waiting, the BMW M6 is faster than the SLS now
I'm looking forward to driving the new Mercedes
there were paintings worries I think no ?
The GT3 class is being overhauled with updated physics.
Is there a new Mercedes?
I only knew the AMG GT3. And this kind of steel is from 2015. So far from "new".
Is this on a per car basis or one size fits all as it currently is?
No idea. I thought the GT3 overhaul was an open secret as per the thread in general discussion?
What do you mean one size fits all currently? If you dont feel a difference in the cars right now, something is drastically wrong
But feel assured knowing that the cars are being worked on individually. Not sure what would lead anyone to believe all the cars are going to receive the same physics when they are so different in the real world. Mid engine vs front engine. Heavy vs light. High power vs low power with better aero. Etc.
Ahhh, Nate, lol, im gonna have to go digging up your posts from a while back, im pretty sure it was you that said it in a GT3 related thread. Maybe im mixing up my car groups but definitely remember reading it from you, or its old age catching up with me.
ps - I only drive the Nissan Gtr or Capri, so how other cars drive is way past me
I think the misunderstanding here is that Nate probably said all the GT3 cars that are available right now are on the same page, physics wise. None are "outdated", all are using the same baseline, be it the Z3 or the M6. But they were still all built individually around that base.
Nope, not having that, it was Nate, im telling ya, he said it, they are all the same, Nate said it, he did honestly.
No doubt you are right and i got crossed lines, maybe like i said mixed up car groups, whichever whatever, its all good!
Liked it really!!!!!!!
I have definitely said that the ADAC cars use the same physics as their GTR3 class counterparts... Which should be accurate since they do.
However, I dont ever recall saying that all of the GT3 cars use the same physics. Because they absolutely do not. The Camaro drives entirely different than either of the Mclaren's for instance. That said, the GTR3 Maclaren MP4 12C does use the same physics as the ADAC MP4 12C as far as I know. Within the entire GT3 class though among all the different models, all cars currently have unique physics (and will continue to do so in future updates).
Dont worry, you arent going crazy and it sounds like I may not have been completely clear before
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