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Much as I love ac/acc, there’s something so communicative and visceral about driving the Ferrari f355 challenge in pc2
I’ve never played Project Cars 2. Where does it sit in terms of GT Sport and ACC?
Like I said above, the ACC driving experience is just extraordinary. I can’t believe how much more visceral, engaging and exciting it is to simply drive. I’ve put about 20 hours into ACC so far and I haven’t done anything other than drive around the Nurburgring and Monza yet just getting a feel for the cars and trying to nail laps.
Is Project Cars 2 similar to ACC then in terms of being more of a sim than GT?
I played a lot of leagues with my GT sport community, there's about 60 of us. So every race is pretty much clean.I'm A/S rank, I tried a lot of daily races and manufacture's cup. Im done with it, honestly almost every race there's someone who will push you or who will divebomb you. You have to focus more in mirror and radar than on road. So yeah daily races/manufactures sounds nice but in reality its a wreckfest most of the time even highest ranks. I think S safety rank is too easy to get.GT Sport has the community, weekly races, and FIA Nations and Manufacturer's Cup races...
It's exactly why the idea of having a spinoff Gran Turismo title centered around the new 'Sport mode' was such a bad decision. Why make a game about competitive sim-racing, when so many other games do it so much better?
I don't believe there's PS4 crossplay with PC. Unless something has changed this month.I have a PS4 and play GTS regularly. Been thinking about jumping into a more "sim-ish" title. Will a standard PS4 support ACC, or do I need to get at least a PS4 pro or just track down a PS5 altogether?
Is there cross play between the console version of ACC and the PC version?
We all are!…
Then I joined a sim racing WhatsApp chat group, among some friends. I was the only console peasant. They were all on AC and ACC. I tried to stay in the conversation, and posted highlights of my races from GTS. But no one cared.
Sounds like a really nice setup you got and just in time before the market went crazy.The PC build was about the equivalent of around USD3,000. But this was before the GPU market went to hell. The RTX 3080 I got was about USD1,000, but it's going at at least double that right now, if not more. The HP Reverb G2 VR headset was about USD800, I had to pay a premium in my country through a grey importer, but it should be less in countries with official HP distributors and support. Worth every penny, I hardly play on flat screens anymore, and don't even wish for triple screens at all. The most immersive sim racing experience available with a good wheel and solid rig.
With the craziness in the world and the global chip shortage, it's a really bad time to build a PC at sensible prices. But if money is no object, anything is possible.