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When my internet goes down, i'm locked out. We'll see how rF2 pans out, but for right now I don't see anyone taking the crown away from iRacing. The only things iRacing has to work on is dynamic environment temperatures and transmission modeling.
Internet racing is a fun, easy, and inexpensive way for race fans, simracers and gamers alike to enjoy the thrill of the racetrack from the comfort of their home. From NASCAR, to IndyCar, Aussie V8 Supercars to sports cars and Grand Prix racing, iRacing has it all. Every 3-6 months there is a need to run R3E onine for 20 seconds at least, so that the license stuff could be checked. Nothing comes close in terms of physics.
You MUST have a racing wheel to play this game. You will only be able to train OFFLINE on tracks, no online play of course buy the game otherwise.
Thanks to team RiTUEL for this release! And yeah, forgot to said. Better copy all downloaded files of this torrent somewhere else, because otherwise uTorrent can decide files are changed and you will no longer be seeder. Definitely interested in the newest version. The COT car and the Truck I wanna drive real bad. Check out the trucks rippin it up on the road courses on youtube, it looks badass. So if it's possible, please someone get us the new version.
Also, the Corvette C6R is going to be released this summer. That will be awesome! Shadow, right now, it's pretty much the consensus that this is in fact the most advanced simulation out there.
Nothing comes close in terms of physics. If you enjoy another sim more than this one, that's fine, but that doesn't mean it's better. If FIRST didn't sue modders, and this sim didn't cost so much to play, it would most definitely be the most celebrated sim of all time.
Unfortunately, politics get in the way of all that. LFS will only simulate 3 real vehicles in the coming months. To me that's a sim that has issues with authenticity. How can you say it's real when you don't have anything real to compare it to. What are they basing their data off of? Are they taking MoTeC data from track cars? Are they using ANY sort of 'black box' technology at all? The only things iRacing has to work on is dynamic environment temperatures and transmission modeling.
Everything else is amazing. LFS doesn't even begin to come remotely close to iRacing when it comes to simulating racing real cars on real tracks. Also, iRacing has partnerships with the Star Mazda Championship, Skip Barber and SCCA.
Justin Wilson, Alex Gurney and Dale Earnhardt Jr. Real racecar drivers aren't praising LFS, they're praising iRacing, and to me, their opinion matters a lot more than anyone elses.
LFS is a good sim, just like rF, GTR2 and NkP are good sims, but iRacing is a huge leap forward compared to any of them. We'll see how rF2 pans out, but for right now I don't see anyone taking the crown away from iRacing. Obviously its a contest to you, and the winner in a game of win or lose is usually the one in first place.
I would be willing to bet dollars to donuts that rFactor, GTR 2, even Race 07 have far more players than iRacing. When they can sell the game in a box and not nickle and dime you for everything... I don't know how they did it. I have no iR license but, What prevents you to save on your HD the web launcher?
Well, it sounds too easy to be true... Maybe some software like wireshark is capable to capture some key packet that iniciates the game from the server and then is possible to compile some.
Will someone for the love of god crack a newer version of iracing... I do wish I could buy the membership, but paypal doesnt like my country´s creditcards and I can´t purchase with any other method.. So please please someone crack a newer version...
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If you enjoy another sim more than this one, that's fine, but that doesn't mean it's better. Welcome to iRacing Hacks. If it is for copyright protection : have the license checked online every three to six months or so. I know the biggest concern is piracy but Simbin along with Steam can build in a layer of DRM that would allow this game to go offline.
iRacing AI Demo - Offline Racing vs KI - SimRacing Expo 2018
This issue has been raised by the Steam community in the hopes Simbin might consider allowing for offline play thru the Steam Client. As it stands now RRRE is a client based game and there in lies my problem with monetary support for the game.
I have purchased one DTM season and would like to purchase more but my concern is no offline mode. When my internet goes down, i'm locked out. I know the biggest concern is piracy but Simbin along with Steam can build in a layer of DRM that would allow this game to go offline.
The other problem with RRRE is the servers tend to bog down so there is a waiting and load times just to play the game in single player mode. I hope Simbin considers adding offline capability to RRRE in the future. Enforcing permanent online even when doing single player, is impertinent and unacceptable.
Its what it always has been as long as the game in question is not dedicated to being an explicit online experience only: a foul excuse. UBI and EA got plenty of shitstorms in the past when they published games needlessly using this design. I wish this tradition would still live strong, to let publishers know. Zero sympathy and zero understanding at my end of the wire. Take enforced always-online feature away, Sector3, that simple: take it away.
I still have not tried online multiplayer in R3E even once. I am simply not interested. Heck, I am not even curious.
It just is not my cup of tea. Nor am I interested at all in having my stats posted online or doing online competition things. A majority of players does not care to race online. Not organised, not even occasionally. For iRacing, obviously it is different. The whole game is designed for online racing only. But R3E is not like iR. And the iR crowd is pretty much a niche within a niche. Not many players do it with iR.
I rarely only do a hotlapping lap on the Nordschleife in AC online, in trackday mode. And I even wonder why I do that on these rare instances... I prefer to set up the kind of track conditions that I want to see in the coming 20 minutes. And these wishes never are met by the available server sessions. I tried it in AC for some weeks, first time ever I did online racing I play since the late 80s...
Needing to be online all the time and being forbidden to play when Steam or online connection has a problem, does nothing for me.
If it is for copyright protection : have the license checked online every three to six months or so. With that I could agree. Every 3-6 months there is a need to run R3E onine for 20 seconds at least, so that the license stuff could be checked. And then good it is. Isn't that what Steam also is about?