Originally Posted by Spinelli
Lol ya almost the entire sim community doesnt know what they are talking about, project cars' vehicle dynamics modeling is on par with Game Stock Car 2012, Netkar Pro, Iracing and ESPECIALLY rFactor 2, LOL You are honestly out of your mind and SEVERELY SEVERELY biased if you think that or you are just simply highly uneducated and or unqualified on the subject I'f you honestly think that.
Read any other thread in this or any other forum site and you will realize how wrong you are. I have no idea how you can't just figure that out for yourself from simply driving the thing but to each his own I guess Lol.
I mean even most die hard pcars' fans acknowledge that pcars' weakest area by far, especially when compared to "true" sims like the ones mentioned above is easily the physics.
If I recall correctly, pcars is still in pre-alpha ?
If it is, or indeed, if it is in beta, maybe the "uneducated" are taking an optimistic viewpoint of what the future state of play will be, a kind of getting a little ahead of themselves.
We all know that likes and dislikes tend to somewhat colour the facts as we see them, but bringing this to the ' physics ' argument in driving games is a very dangerous gambit.
I only bought a full membership in pcars 4 days ago, after a long time of watching its progress, and initial reactions are very favourable.
But with a game so early in development any comments about physics can only be in the area of a lot of work yet to do . . . and totally ridiculous to start comparing with other games, particularly as it is continually evolving.
I, too, was attracted to the possibility of watching the game evolve. I'm not a programmer - skinning is my limit - but can still appreciate seeing built what I, and many more, spend an inordinate amount of time playing.
There will always be preferences but like some post in this and other forums, why do so many make it a pcars or rfactor, they are different games, why not enjoy both . . or shall we throw RBR and Race On into the arena and get a real ding dong going . . .
PS. I believe someone has already mentioned, " ad hominem ", and wonder if this is at play in your post ?