Project CARS 2 Information Thread

Discussion in 'Project CARS 2' started by MiamiPhill, Jan 30, 2017.

  1. Jimmy1971

    Jimmy1971 Administrator Staff Member

  2. MasterGT

    MasterGT Moderator Staff Member

    Driving Indy cars on snow is, um, interesting. Not.
  3. Stephen1300

    Stephen1300 Licensed Racer

    For those woh wonder what those number mean. ie: U1500 or F1500 that we all started with.

    Safety is indicated as a letter, progressing incrementally through clean driving across the following designations, from the lowest to the highest: U, F, E, D, C, B, A, and S.

    If you have frequent incidents when driving, such as collisions with other drivers or going off-track, your Safety rating may decrease.

    Strength is indicated by a numerical value, such as 1500, and will rise and fall based upon final race standings versus your competitors.

    Note: There are bonuses to be had in multi-class online racing by beating competitors who are driving faster vehicles.

    By using these restrictions, players are able to set up matches with equally skilled and like-minded players. To discourage quitting active sessions, there are Strength penalties for those who leave early from race sessions with a race-worthy vehicle.
  4. DarkLegions

    DarkLegions Licensed Racer

    So no one seems to be playing Pcars 2 from here, for those who bought it, why arn't you playing it more? Is it lack of good online races? FFB woes? It seems to have a fantastic car and track list
  5. soks

    soks Licensed Racer

    I play it more than GTS as I prefer the way it drives. I spend most of my time in AC though
  6. Stephen1300

    Stephen1300 Licensed Racer

    Project cars 2 did an update yesterday. I was pleased to see the Fanatec wheel perform very well and the driving line improved. I tried it briefly but I feel it is a big improvement.
  7. wyldanimal

    wyldanimal Licensed Racer

    I'm just scratching my Head about this...
    Is this really a serious thing?
    SIM racing on a mobile phone ( Mobile Device )

    Like HOW? it's not like you're seated in a racing Seat with a steering Wheel and Pedals..
    So How is this even remotely called SIM racing?

    To me, twisting and rotating your phone around to Steer a virtual car on a virtual track, is not Sim racing !
    Even if allowed for a wireless game Pad. It's still not sim racing.

    But what if, you put the Phone in a Gear VR headset, and had a wireless game pad.
    is the SIM racing?

    Not in my book...

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