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Richard Wilks
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PostSubject: rFactor2   rFactor2 Icon_minitimeMon 19 Sep 2016 - 15:09

There has been a big anoncement concerning rfactor2. At racedepartment there is an exclusive interview with Tim W. from ISI explaining the changes we might expect, such as DX11 among others. I will just highlight the following:

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TW: The goal on the content side is to speed that up in a big way, but also to take another look at modding and supporting modders. There are various things that have been discussed. Marcel has even proposed to accept the rf1 tyre model in rFactor 2 because, let’s face it, the tire model is the barrier for a lot of modders. He was also talking to various modders through his connection with the community, and he was basically talking about building a tool that you could put an rf1 mod into and it would spit out an rf2 mod. The first thing that I think with that, is it would effectively put rf1 out to pasture and more easily move everybody over to rf2, as there would be no need to stay with rf1 anymore. It lets all of those people in that consider the rf2 tyre model too complex or who can get similar things from the rf1 tyre model with enough tweaking. People like Niels and other physics gurus are quite content with the rf1 tyre model, and that can be the primary reason why some of these people haven't done any rf2 modding.


Finally! Thank you captain obvious!

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Guillaume Siebert


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PostSubject: Re: rFactor2   rFactor2 Icon_minitimeMon 19 Sep 2016 - 15:38

That's a good news, hopefully not too late.
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Alberto Ibañez
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PostSubject: Re: rFactor2   rFactor2 Icon_minitimeMon 19 Sep 2016 - 15:46

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building a tool that you could put an rf1 mod into and it would spit out an rf2 mod ... there would be no need to stay with rf1 anymore

Bingo ... it only took them what, 4 years to realize? Laughing

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Jason White
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PostSubject: Re: rFactor2   rFactor2 Icon_minitimeMon 19 Sep 2016 - 15:47

Guillaume Siebert wrote:
That's a good news, hopefully not too late.

+1

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PostSubject: Re: rFactor2   rFactor2 Icon_minitimeMon 19 Sep 2016 - 15:49

It can only be a good thing. :clap:
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Richard Coxon
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PostSubject: Re: rFactor2   rFactor2 Icon_minitimeMon 19 Sep 2016 - 15:49

Time for that upgrade. If they do actually do it.

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PostSubject: Re: rFactor2   rFactor2 Icon_minitimeMon 19 Sep 2016 - 15:59

Richard Coxon wrote:
Time for that upgrade. If they do actually do it.


Yes, key word IF, i am in a wait and see mode now, even because the plan was to actually leave rf2 to collect dust as it was, if this partnership wasn't announced, because ISI is already working in another software/game.

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Ben Paulet
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PostSubject: Re: rFactor2   rFactor2 Icon_minitimeMon 19 Sep 2016 - 17:11

It would be a nice news, but I wait and see before to enjoy. Rolling Eyes

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PostSubject: Re: rFactor2   rFactor2 Icon_minitimeMon 19 Sep 2016 - 17:20

I hope some good comes out of that partnership, so far rF2 and the lack of quality content has been disappointing.
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