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We are thrilled to finally share with you all a very special announcement on what has now been brewing behind our curtains for a while.
Porsche is coming to RaceRoom! #WelcomeHome
Porsche and RaceRoom have reached a long-term agreement with the goal of bringing you the best virtual Porsche Motorsport experience. No less than 9 Porsche race cars will come to RaceRoom, with the first three set for release in 2017.
Check out the video to get a first taste of the beautiful Porsche 911 GT3 Cup (991 II) and its unique flat-six sound in #RaceRoom
More details will be revealed in the near future.
Buy vRP here for cheap on the official store: https://www.raceroomstore.com/uk/list_page?cat=24As someone who will be new to PC gaming, how should I approach R3E? A while ago, I looked at this sim and I could have easily spent over $100 getting content.
Should I pick a hand full of cars and go after the tracks I like first? Or just go buck wild on cars and liveries?
There is no reason they shouldn't work, have you made sure to bind the pedals in the control options?And I just found out the hard way that my pedals are not compatible with R3E. This may be a good thing, because my wheel is probably not the best option. I'm using a Fanatec CSR with the basic CSR pedals. There's probably ways to get the pedals to work as a stand alone set of USB pedals, I will just call them "broken" and fast track a sim wheel replacement. I'll be saving to get a Club sport setup. Wheelbase, probably the BMW rim, CSP's and a CSS. I'm kind of disappointed, but I'll live. I'll get one of the editions of R3E well before that though. I need to stay motivated.
You don't want it as combined, that will put the accelerate/brake on one pedal.I didn't try setting them to combined. I'll try that later tonight.
Thanks again. I must have missed where I can assign controls. I was looking for where and how to do it, but I didn't find it.
I still have it installed, so I'll try again.
I figured it out, and mapped my pedals. It worked just like you've said. The sim even created a new profile based on my wheel and my mapped pedals.
So I briefly tried the sim, and I like it. It reminded me of Race Pro on the 360 except that the wheel was coherent this time. None of Race Pro's infamous on center slop, I felt connected with the car and able to understand what it was undergoing, the brakes worked correctly, slides were recoverable with out coming to a complete stop, and the Saleen didn't scare my pants off when driven at 10/10ths. Yeah, I can see my self spending a lot of time with R3E.
I really liked Race Pro on the 360, and seeing all of the tracks in that game, present as content, makes me happy. I always wanted to drive Macau with tighter controls. Looks like I will finally get to do that, and then some. I will definitely be getting the complete package. I just hope the 80% discount is around by my next payday.
Thanks again, for the help.