- Seattle WA
If you're trying to put the Pumpkin or Clown masks on your avatar and they aren't loading, remember to take off any glasses and/or moustaches you have on them.
When I'm applying a vinyl to the white shell, I don't see anything on it. But when I look at my saved designs or in the garage menu, it shows the vinyl group completely covers the shell. But then when I'm driving it or looking at it in Forzavista or photo mode, I don't see it. I wonder if other people can see it, even if I can't?
So I just did this week's Trial thing, and wow, what an apt name. First off, it's three cross country events in buggies - my least favourite event in probably my least favourite category. But I thought hey, might as well try it. I deliberately picked my Baja Bug because the Alumi Craft FE is unpredictable so the Bug was my second fastest, but it's stock so it was class A. The other players were in S1 and S2 buggies.
None of them could drive. Well, one of them could. I mean, if you've picked an S2 car so your teammates in class A cars don't stand a chance, you could at least try to place highly instead of dead last, you know?
So we lost all three races, it was a bad omen when I came second out of all the humans in the first race but I've never seen anything like it. The AI didn't help, though, I swear I saw one of them accelerate in mid-air which was quite impressive, in the second race they were constantly weaving like they were trying to catch a tankslapper, only they were managing to accelerate at the same time. It didn't matter though because I got the suit anyway.
To add insult to injury, those three races got me up to cross country 18, the prize for that was a super spin. I got 50k and an item of clothing.
I think it might come with race suspension stock. Not sure. Try seeing if you can adjust the spring rate and ride height on the stock suspension.Hmmm, why exactly does the Veloster N, a car developed on the Nurburgring, not have a race suspension upgrade and is instead stuck with only rally or drift?
99% of my shots (i made +1500 so far) are made with only using 3 settings, with 2 or 3 typical values for each.On another note I really wished they implemented proper units and measurements in photo mode, so it acts like an actual camera, instead of guessing what the sliding 0-100 scales mean.
I made a game last year that uses the Google Achievement API. I had made my own stats tracking and internal achievement system, and when it came to communicate with the Google Achievement API, i choose to consider every achievement as non-progressive: a progressive achievement requires that the developper send progress to the centralized system by increment of values. This is convenient for developpers having no way of tracking values in their game, and convenient for users to have a progress bar in a centralized UI. But in my case it looked too prone to error to have two distinct counter, one of which you have limited control on.My understanding is that the achievement counts roads differently than the ingame stat. Touching a road is good enough for the achievement but you have to drive the entire thing for the ingame stat to show it as driven.
Cant remember names, I use like the Ford mustang GT 965 or Ferrari and am short by 300 feet...To get 1800 feet you must be starting further back than I am, I will try it, thanks. Koeniggsegg Regerais under that name in the list of cars, under "K" ?Which one? The Chesteron Wind Mill outside Broadway? I used the Koeniggsegg Regera. I got 1800 ft without much trouble.
Yes. And like @Kitten says, get the fastest car you've got. I start way back and am doing 250 mph by the time I hit the jump.Cant remember names, I use like the Ford mustang GT 965 or Ferrari and am short by 300 feet...To get 1800 feet you must be starting further back than I am, I will try it, thanks. Koeniggsegg Regerais under that name in the list of cars, under "K" ?
Could be roads leading into the two upcoming map expansions.
On another note I really wished they implemented proper units and measurements in photo mode, so it acts like an actual camera, instead of guessing what the sliding 0-100 scales mean.
Is this something that pops up later after you've done a few drag races?