How noticable does it look from the last gen to the new gen?
Framedrops and screen tearing on most tracks I tried in "Dash Cam" on the PS5
in "Balanced Mode". ( Almost perfect in "Bonnet Cam". )
When they fix this the game in 60fps is fantastic, the stages excellent
with great FFB ( T300 ).
Incredible what the jump from 30fps to 60fps can do.
Apart from the switch to 60 FPS, it doesn't worth buying a next-gen system for this game - especially if you already own a PS4 Pro or an Xbox One X. Visually, while driving, is pretty much the same but a lot smoother.How noticable does it look from the last-gen to the new-gen?
I’ve noticed this also - I’m
Using the fanatec CSL elite on the ps5 and whilst it works it makes the game frame rate skip and tear like mad
literally pause it, go back to controller and silky smooth.
does anyone have a fix for this?
and yes firmware is updated
I can confirm this works a treatI've not had a chance to try this myself yet but have heard from some other people elsewhere online that if you change the mode on the CSL base to the purple-lit compatibility mode this fixes the screen-tearing, so the issue seems to be stemming from part of the original wheel compatibility issue. The developer has commented that they are aware of the problem but the temporary fix is an unofficial one.
WRC8 on disc never made it to Oz so I can't compare.A forum member helped me get a copy of 9 via the UK!the difference comparing to 8 is almost none (some physisc tweaks and few new stages, almost same game)
I can confirm this works a treat
I remember when it was smooth 60 FPS and it was much worse than DR2. The physics is very simple but I don't play rally too often. If you like easy mode WRC is a good choice I guess.
I run both on PC and would rate WRC9 above DR2 in terms of physics and stage design.Sure, it's fine, I liked it like I wrote but it's mostly fun with good rally. DR2 feels like a real sim even with its problems.
When I saw the bad stuttering yesterday I had to delete it but if it will be fixed it's great rally game. If not I had a good fun with it already.
Wow, that's interesting. I heard similar opinion already. Stage design is sure thing, many stages in WRC are better. Tarmac could be worse too. But I would say dirt physics is completely different level. Strange.I run both on PC and would rate WRC9 above DR2 in terms of physics and stage design.
It’s close in terms of physics, but the limitations of the CM engine are very apparent, particularly on tarmac.
I'm playing with a wheel, which does make quite a differenceWow, that's interesting. I heard similar opinion already. Stage design is sure thing, many stages in WRC are better. Tarmac could be worse too. But I would say dirt physics is completely different level. Strange.