Originally Posted by Grüne Hölle
I can recommend Pcars to anyone who's interested in serious sim-racing. I've been simracing for so many years now (i'm 45 btw) and i've driven nearly all the racing-sims over the years. And i can say that Pcars is one of the best.
LOL ARE YOU KIDDING ME? Whatever you're smoking, I want some.
Project cars at the moment is fun for casual racers or for people who like car racing video games and want something with some semi-realistic qualities instead of overly crazy arcade, and NOT for people who want the most realistic, hardcore experience they can get with regards to driving a racing car in a high performance environment, or if they do some racing in real life and want to keep sharp and use the sim as a training tool.
For anyone into "serious sim-racing" as you say, the ones that simulate chassis, tyre and overal vehicle dynamics BY FAR in the most complex and overal realistic manner are:
- Game Stock Car 2012
- Netkar Pro
- RFactor 1 (certain extremely technically detailed mods for it)
and for the future:
- RFactor 2 (after playing rFactor 2 even in current alpha or beta or whatever it is state, I cant even go back to any of my above 3 mentioned games or iracing which I was a subscriber of, but not anymore)
- Assetto Corsa
Project cars in terms of pure driving dynamics doesnt even come CLOSE to the above, not even close, and I am pretty sure that fact is widely regarded in the community as that.
Perhaps you have a difficult time analysing and/or "feeling" chassis behaviour and overall vehicle dynamics physics for you to come to such a conclusion.
Dont get me wrong, for a "semi realistic racing video game" its pretty damn good.