I'm waiting for the PS4 version. Next year is still OK.
Don't hold your breath. PS4 and Xbox One already do a **** job with Project Cars 2 and Assetto Corsa. Don't expect this more taxing title to run well so I hope Kunos are smart and launch out of the gate with Xbox Two (or whatever the name) and PlayStation 5.
But the installed base might be temptin but I reckon it would need tons of optimization and run in ultra low settings with dynamic scaling to maintain 60fps (which it probably won't consistently see Dirt 2 and WRC 8 as recent examples.
Also, Kunos, please, better explanation for the setup changes (soft/firm, open/closed, front/rear on the settings). I don't understand anything at the moment
Made using AC1, but the principles apply to ACC as well. Explains things in a way that someone who didn't know much about tuning like me could understand. I made my own notes from that I now reference when tuning cars.
This is very useful, thanks. However, what I meant, is that, on the setup page, there needs to be an explanation of which setting is soft/firm, closed/open and front/rear (for the brake balance for example). At the moment, it is just numbers, sometimes with units, and sometimes no unit so it is all very confusing. Or there should be a race engineer in the game All seriously, the settings need to be defined so that we know which way the setting goes on the setup page. Anyway, the videos are very useful all the same but for different cause.
You know ACC is not even closely the top selling / top played title so nothing is guaranteed that way.
The licensing god of Kunos is Marco Massarutto, aka. Tom Cruise stand-in.Suzuka/Bathurst is a big win Whoever is doing licensing at Kunos, man you are the real MVP 👍 We all know how hard it is to get licenses for Japanese circuits, even PCARS couldn't get the real Suzuka.
The licensing god of Kunos is Marco Massarutto, aka. Tom Cruise stand-in.
I remember them saying about Suzuka for AC that it was just too expensive. Wonder what changed. Were they sponsored maybe?
I run triples yes. And it's a bit difficult to say. I haven't run a bench for quite some time now. But when I ran 5760x1080 the last time I think I got about 70-80 in dry weather with some cars around. In rain, and especially at night, it dropped to below 60. So the game is/was quite heavy on the hardware.