its going to take a lot of getting use to and that my t80 is nearly unusable. i think the ffb on a pad is weaker this year and this game is the complete opposite to last year's in the corners. on 2015 it was a low gear game where you had to get the nose in and then deal with the oversteer. so far it seems like all the lap time now is gained just getting on the throttle, there are a few corners i'm taking 2 gears higher on this game just to kill the wheel spin.Haha I have no problems with oversteer and I'm driving the Manor in career. I think it will might take some time to adapt to the new handling.
I agree however on the HUD. Don't like it neither
I don't know what the issue is but some cars and tracks feel fine whereas others are borderline undriveable. Driving Baku in the Merc and having no idea if the car is going to brake properly or just oversteer for every millimetre of the track is not enjoyable in my opinion.toro rosso is pure aids. the red bull felt nicer than the merc though
Disagreeing with you, the AI just loses way to much time in traffic and fighting each otherI think there's still the issue that was raised in the beta that the AI are too quick in quali compared to the race. I want to have good races so play on ultimate but always losing quali and practice objectives really hurts rival battles and the team objectives.
really? because I found it alright. Sure it isn't easy.. but definetly not as hard as the quali test where I actually have to steal someone's slipstream.On Ultimate it is nearly unpossible to do the tyre wear test, because you have to push like a madman to meet the target time
Ai seems to be very quick around Australianot really sure of what to make of my pace so far. i struggled immensely around Australia in the TR on Legend difficulty in career mode getting knocked out in Q1 and finishing 10th barely with a lot of help from the AI, but on TT I'm right up there at Silverstone and Baku so hopefully its just Australia bad track for me and not liking the setup very much.