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Ryzza5

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  1. TDU1's physics certainly are not amazing, especially if playing today after enjoying new games like Gran Turismo, Forza, Project CARS or Assetto Corsa. At its peak though (around 2009) a lot of our forum members were playing TDU1 in Hardcore mode with our shiny new Logitech G25 steering wheels (SOOAG25, anyone? ) While the Hardcore mode included the weird Moon Gravity (which at least allowed us entry into some restricted areas such as the airports), it felt pretty good in terms of dumping the clutch in a supercar and doing long burnouts, or in forcing us to slow down more for corners to try to nail some sweet drifts which were challenging but so much more rewarding than 'Brake 2 Drift' in Need for Speed. Sadly none of that carried over to TDU2, which was a real shame because at times the new dev team seemed interested in trying to give us wheel users a better experience. But if someone had only ever played both games with a gamepad then they might find both games physics a bit wonky for different reasons and prefer TDU2 simply for the extra roads and features, which is perfectly reasonable.
  2. Would you say that the longer time between playing the game is perhaps related to disconnecting a controller (gamepad/wheel) when not playing games? Do you have any anti-virus/anti-malware/anti-ransomware software that could be having an impact on your Documents\TDU folder?
  3. I know how to make everything except the head and arms invisible... perhaps you can research from there...
  4. Wondering what exactly? There were some unused cars and other assets like car washes with cutscenes.
  5. That's a very interesting observation, one that I've never noticed or seen posted here before. I guess most of us were only these lower ranks for a relatively short time and were driving slower cars anyway. But then a 60% limit of a Class E car that already has a lower top speed would surely be noticeable by many players... Are you able to put a video together showing this effect?
  6. CSL and CSR were different lines I think. Mine wasn't mentioned at all. I thought it would be more popular at the time because it supported PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 so I could use it with both Gran Turismo and Forza. I was able to get it working with PS4 as well. That said since I moved house 2+ years ago it hasn't come out of its box and I've done all my driving with a Xbox One gamepad.
  7. @SAS MONTANA Welcome https://discord.gg/KcF9CZU
  8. Which older games did you enjoy, perhaps that will help us suggest other ones to try.
  9. Hi Andrew. I'm not aware of such a mod or patch existing for TDU2 at this time.
  10. Just a quick reminder that now is the last chance to purchase DriveClub on PSN as it will no longer be sold after 31 August 2020. If you already own the game you can continue to reinstall and play it as much as you like, although multiplayer will be unavailable from March 2020. https://store.playstation.com/en-us/product/UP9000-CUSA00093_00-B000000000000968
  11. Keep in mind too that Internet routers have components similar to your PC - i.e. they have a processor, RAM, storage, etc. Some old or cheap routers may not have enough processing power for example to handle multiplayer gaming well enough - especially racing games. Non-driving multiplayer games where you move a lot slower may not reveal this inadequacy as much. Many games often predict where players will be as well to avoid lag as well - some games do this better than others. Consider if you are driving at 300 KP/H (180mph) with 5 other player cars nearby. You are all moving so fast across the game world and so you need to send and receive positional updates so often and so quickly between yourselves to avoid lagging. Some routers (especially ones given to you by your Internet Service Provider) just can't handle this workload and were only designed for basic web surfing. If you were instead to invest in a 'gaming router' that supports your Internet connection you may notice a dramatic improvement in your online experience for this and other driving games.
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