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Assistants all off, its a driving game not nfs or asphalt... we need more options for gas and break. Only thing we can do is full gas and full break, somewhere I need like 1/2 of gas or 3/4 for good cornering... but...
And one more question: I did not unlock Lemans series yet. I'm stuck on Legends, trying to update the lower end Koeninsegg. Whats next to buy, Gold or R$ cars, don't matter. I have the first Porsche from the 1st series, the Zonda R, not the F, the CCXR and Ferrari 599GTO. Missed all the discounted Enzo and the rest of the bunch because the lack of funds. What is really worth it to buy these days? I know 2017 is a fucked up year for new RR3 players.
Yeak, I know about TC slowing you down. But there is nothing out there explaining about steerings assist settings. And I don't feel much difference to be honest, just need to fiddle a bit with sensitivity. What do you think or know about SA? Low/High/Off? What's the real difference? Thanks in advance, mate! Cheers.
Assists off lets you go faster because with assists on, the auto braking slows u down to an optimum speed for a turn where as u if u have manual braking u can brake at your own discretion to make a turn how fast u want to, of course if u go too fast then you'll skid and fail and if u brake too much then you'll just lose speed, up to preference really, if u have good knowledge of when to brake and the turn angle, speed and car capabilities
I have my brakes on low and TC on and steering off and I do alot better than when I had the brakes on high it took a few days to get use to braking but I'm doing alot better than I did when I first started doing it
use high assists first,then once you get used to the braking zone of each circuit,you can turn it off or set to low and also,you have to look for signs that indicate the braking zone for every circuit like signboards,curbs or anything that is convenient to you or brake early for a new circuit that you race,that way you will know when to break everytime you race on that circuit
that's how i play this game
Following correct line while driving without assist and following wrong line and keep slipping while with assist? NONSENSE
Skidding with TCS on makes car a lot slower
I know the fact that turning off assists makes laptime better, and I like the other explanation…but comparison vid is nonsense anyway
REAL RACING GURU REAL RACING GURU No it isn't offending. I should've use "weird". I'm poor at English so didn't remember the word, and I thought it was same word. If you felt my comment is aggressive, really sorry 'bout that
Hi I'm new to game but I can't handle any cars without assists. I tried using brake assist low and everything else on but i still go offtrack and I want to improve with Brake assist low but I still can't even handle any cars. Do u have any tips on how/where I'm supposed to Brake? Pls reply 😢
They spend serious hours over and over each tiny section of the track before it knits together as 1 lap with a fully upgraded car.Both are required. Unless you can do the same you wont compete, be happy getting within a few seconds of their lap times
i have both gas/brake and steering on OFF, and traction control on ON. if i set traction control to OFF i seem to have 0 control over my car in any corners, maybe because i was driving the BMW M3 GTS that has 0 grip but hey! XD
ok I see an advantage for manual settings, at some turns you just release the throttle and keep the momentum of the car through all the corner..
Good one! but sadly this thing do not avoid be defeated by the cheaters at the time laps events..
Thanks Guru, I've been training with no assist for a few days now. I used to race with brake and traction off but steering on. When I turn steering off, I felt it unresponsive. My steering sensivity is set at %, I will change that and see if it gets better.
I've one question in mind, what do you think about the difference in manual acceleration/brakes as compare to auto acceleration/manual brakes.