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Wait so the devs are going to charge extra for the full Nurburgring track? Not cool, the game only has a small handful of tracks so far.
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Wait so the devs are going to charge extra for the full Nurburgring track? Not cool, the game only has a small handful of tracks so far.
Obtaining the scan data and building a track that size isn't cheap.
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Yeah well I already paid for the game. Maybe if it actually had a decent amount of tracks charging extra would be justified, but imo there's not enough content in the base game to start charging for extra.
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Too be fair, they never promised the base game to have x amount of cars of x amount of tracks. We got what was advertised.
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Anyone know I good racing wheel set for this game?
Just bhought it and would like to play more realistic.
    
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Budget wheel (less than $150)

Driving Force GT:

There isn't much feel in the brake and gas pedals, there is no clutch at all and it doesn't have an H-shifter, but the steering wheel itself is very good. It has the same motors as the Logitech G27. It has 900 degrees of rotation.

Mid-range wheel ($150-$300)

Logitech G25/G27.

Both are pretty much the same thing. The only real difference is the G27 has 4 extra buttons on the wheel itself and it has H-shifter only (as well as paddles on the wheel) The G27s motors are also significantly quieter than the G25. The G25 does have an H-shifter which could also be used as a sequential shifter. The only problem is you would have to buy the G25 used. The G27 could still be bought brand new if you want something brand new.

The pedals are pretty good. Each pedal needs a different amount of force to get it to 100%. There are also tons of mods you can get for it to make it even more realistic. I personally have a "ghetto" brake mod which makes it feel much more realistic.

High-end wheel ($300-$500)

Thrustmaster T500

It is slightly better than the G27, It has 1080 degrees rotation, better pedals and is just overall better but IMO not worth the extra. Especially considering the amount of mods you can get for the G27.

"I don't care about money" wheel ($500+):

Pick out parts from Fanatech.

ClubSport Wheel Base V2 Servo EU + one of their non-licensed (i.e. not a Porsche or Ferrari one) wheels + CLUBSPORT PEDALS V2 EU + CLUBSPORT SHIFTER V 1.5 EU comes to €1,215.75. This will be the best you could get, but IMO really not the best value for money.
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Yeah well I already paid for the game. Maybe if it actually had a decent amount of tracks charging extra would be justified, but imo there's not enough content in the base game to start charging for extra.

And that's exactly the problem with pre-order/early access - they already have your money, so they don't really have to worry about making you happy.
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And that's exactly the problem with pre-order/early access - they already have your money, so they don't really have to worry about making you happy.

Public release has been out since the 28th of Dec, so pre-order/early access or not, we would still have the same cars and tracks for the same price.
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Public release has been out since the 28th of Dec, so pre-order/early access or not, we would still have the same cars and tracks for the same price.

Yes, but if you are buying now (or at the Steam sale) then you know what you are getting. When you buy early access, you expect it to not be feature complete, so you are buying their word on what feature complete will be. If they don't deliver on their word there's nothing you can do about it, since you've already given them your money.

I buy plenty of early access games, I'm just saying there's really no point I complaining when you get less than you expected, it's part of the risk you are taking.
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Yes, but if you are buying now (or at the Steam sale) then you know what you are getting. When you buy early access, you expect it to not be feature complete, so you are buying their word on what feature complete will be. If they don't deliver on their word there's nothing you can do about it, since you've already given them your money.

I buy plenty of early access games, I'm just saying there's really no point I complaining when you get less than you expected, it's part of the risk you are taking.
Yeah, learned that the hard way. rolleyes.gif Between this game, DayZ, and Nether I've learned not to buy early access any more. Of those three AC is by far the least disappointing though..
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