Yes, and this was indicated by them as a motive already longer time agao. I just said that from a purely graphical point of view and regarding VR performance there is no vital need to replace the engine. There might be other implicationsnand reasons to do so. But looks and VR performance right now are not the primary reasons. At least not over here. Looks both in 2D and VR imo still are stunningly good. I like them very much. Whatever they do in new engine tech, VR in smooth frame rates near 90 and huge car fields imo are a must. If they sacrifice any of these just to open the road for weather or night racing, I would score it as a step backwards. BTW, in VR my GFX card is not really "bored" at all. And its a 1080-TI factory-OC. ACC puts the system on flames, almost. I see no need to push things this far. Plus ACC does only half as big car fields as I can run in RR. The status quo has a very good and solid balance between all factors. Its hard to change the fundament without loosing this balance, because it is tuned so very well by now. And a system left with reserves, is a system that has, well, reserves. Never hurts to have some. I like, no, I LOVE to have reserves. Maybe the reason why I can race 50, 60 cars and never am in danger to loose smooth and stable frames. In ACC that would be imnpossible, it would be a slide show and the CPU and GPU both would go up in flames, especially in summer when my room temperature is 5-7 degrees above what it is now.