It's not just you. Everyone with a Logitech Driving Force Pro, G25 or G27 has lost a lot of wheel weight. They just released a hotfix for it, so it may have been fixed. It's not affected me and my DFGT.There is practically no weight to the wheel anymore, the removal of weight has made it utterly joyless for me. It also makes it very hard to feel when the car is oversteering, as I can no longer feel the wheel pulling in the opposite direction (like you can in real life).
PD, if you're gonna give us more FFB options then please give us one for Wheel Weight/Resistance. It was way too light to begin with, even with FFB set to 10 on my G25, now it's plain & simply unusable for guys like me who were already running high settings as we have nowhere to go but down.
It's not just you. Everyone with a Logitech Driving Force Pro, G25 or G27 has lost a lot of wheel weight. They just released a hotfix for it, so it may have been fixed. It's not affected me and my DFGT.
TBH, these points do make sense, but it doesn't happen overnight, due to the simple fact that PD's development team has been at this for nearly 20 years, they obviously know what they are doing.
Besides, nothing, NOTHING is forced on, because you didn't have to buy/play the game in the first place IMO.
I fail to see the logic in having a limit on number of times you can change your offline drivers name. I believe the limit is three times and then you're stuck with that name for good.
I like to change the name every now and then depending on what car I'm driving and recently reached that limit and so I can't change the name anymore. The only option would be to clear the game save data and start all over (which is just silly).
It's offline gameplay, why have a limit like that? Imagine if there would be a limit on cars you could use or tracks you could visit. Equally dumb.
I know exactly how you feel. My first profile was all caps as well and it felt like I was yelling too, then I joined a team of about 25 with a fresh start and a new PSN name that was all lower case except for the team moniker at the start. Now I'm pretty well the only active member left and I really don't want to start from scratch a third time.I realize this is over a year later...but what I'd like is to change my online name without having to start a new account. It's all in caps and looks stupid, like I'm yelling at people.
Thank you very much indeed Kazunori Yamauchi San, Polyphony Digital, & Sony, for considering these points. Whether this thread & the others stickied here become some kind of collective epic-epitaph for the GT series, or whether you choose to start really paying attention to your customers by implementing their suggestions, is entirely up to you.
The ball's in your court now.