I'm wondering this as well, I've been able to turn the sound down (Options -> Audio, last option) and set it to 10%. At 2AM it was much too loud considering I've got neighbours.
I've gone through all the controller/gameplay/audio options but can't find anything that would push it to headphones.
So far so good though, managed to finish up the first Kart championship and didn't get on well with the super karts. Switched over to the Clio cup and having a really good time. AI was much too easy on 50% though - I think it's on 80 now and a bit better.
I'm patiently waiting for the consumer version of Occulus Rift!I'll say this, last night's fun was enthralling enough to make me buy two of these. I already had one. Now, I'll have the triple tv setup.
Onto the search for the wheel/pedal/shifter/seat combo to suit.
As I mentioned earlier, the DFGT works, but it is clearly the weakest link in my rig.
Indeed. I was messing around with different weather and night/day scenarios and love how one turn might be clear but next time around, the sun is glaring in your face.Just ran out of petrol lapping a Mclaren F1 at Le Mans. With 5x the speed of day/night transition, seeing the track change around you and the sun going down shining through the trees, i can only find one word for it: majestic!
That's what's so good about the day/night transitions, you can do lap after lap as it stays interesting and refreshing, and the great physics, sounds and FFB help towards that enjoyable experience too.
When my fuel was running out (full 80 liter tank ), i wanted to pit and i selected refueling for 40 liters, but the car just drove straight down the pits without stopping. It was in free practice so probably you don't have pitstops available there?
Also; how cool is it that you can decide when to activate your headlights or windscreen wipers Waited extra long to activate the headlights just so i could check out how dark it became.
Indeed. I was messing around with different weather and night/day scenarios and love how one turn might be clear but next time around, the sun is glaring in your face.
Also, DO NOT race karts after dark.... or use full driving line for Mario Kart-ish racing.
Is there any way to turn off the motion blur? I'm getting motion sickness driving karts
Started with the Clio Cup at Donnington and I have to say I've not had this much fun and enjoyment out of a driving title since TOCA 2 and 3, I love that every element from practice, qualifying to the two races (mandatory pit stop in the second - nice) was spot on.
Having the actually start a race correctly is brilliant (and I'm rubbish at it), the lift-off oversteer, understeer you can actually cure, that when you screw up you know its your fault and not just a physics issue.
The options, data, settings, stats are all exactly what I want from a racing sim.
It combines the feel of a race day that I haven't had since the TOCA series with what seems so far to be bloody good physics and more options that seem real.
Yes it does have some issues, mainly around polish more than anything, but all of these I can more than forgive for the physics, feel and overall event it provides.
This is going to keep me busy for a long time.