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Assetto Corsa Rallye

Discussion in 'ACC General Discussions' started by mad_dog, Feb 8, 2020.

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  1. Mogster

    Mogster Alien

    Hmm, 60s F1 and WSC tho ;)
     
  2. SimGuy_1

    SimGuy_1 Simracer

    Yes that is understandable.
    F1 will definitely do better than rally and AC2 will be a huge success for sure.
    Hey maybe they can add rally cars in ac2 right? with long tarmac stages , hillclimb stages etc they can appeal both circuit racing people and rally/hillclimb people.
    Ac1 had rally cars so it is logical in future.

    P.S ->> sometimes i just get burned out or bored by driving gt3 cars only lol currently i'm definitely enjoying ACC but seriously i'm waiting for AMS 2 with their f1 cars.AMS 1 physics did not appeal me hopefully AMS 2 physics are better especially better than RF2.
    ACC and AMS 2 my life is complete
     
  3. Oblit0r

    Oblit0r Alien

    I'm looking forward to AMS2 aswell, although I'm skeptical since they're using the Mad Engine... but we'll see how it will turn out to be.

    I wouldn't mind if AC2 has rally in it, it's not that I'm opposed to rally in general, I just hope they won't dedicate an entire title to rally.

    AC2 is probably a couple of years down the road, but hopefully it will be like AC1 with a lot of different car classes and tracks, without the limitations of SRO and with an engine they'll make themselves so they have a lot more freedom what to do with it, and with similar as or even better physics than ACC.
    I'm sure Kunos will push it to the limit in terms of simulation.
     
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  4. SimGuy_1

    SimGuy_1 Simracer

    Ac2 will definitely push boundaries and i like the freedom such titles provides
     
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