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Feedback from real-life drivers - discussion

Discussion in 'ACC General Discussions' started by Kondor999, Jan 21, 2019.

  1. Kondor999

    Kondor999 Gamer

    That’s great to hear and it’s also why I’ve reached out to him to see if he’s tried the car again or would be willing to expand on his brief review.

    He’s not a paid beta tester, so I think it’s rather surprising to see the sheer level of hostility on display here (from some people) for a guy who is A) a paying customer, B) a highly-regarded series-winning pro driver who has driven this very car in competition and C) has over 250 hours playing time on AC.

    He doesn’t exactly “owe” us anything. His impressions seem sincere and I wouldn’t expect him to spend more time than he did to relate his impressions of the game in a Steam review.

    People seem to be wanting a full beta-test level of assessment from a driver who is likely accustomed to gettting paid for this sort of thing. Perhaps he’ll respond to my request. Perhaps it would be good for KS to reach out to him and get some input.

    My original purpose was to ask if the problems he was having are still present.
     
    Last edited: Jan 22, 2019
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  2. nolive72

    nolive72 Gamer

    I feel for you. seems indeed there is some hostility on this forum when you try to bring things on the table...

    The driver you are sharing impressions about the game seems to be into simracing enough to at least hear his comments even if he doesn't have a huge GT3 pedigree lets be honest. But its also obvious to me that he has far better skills than 99% of people on this forum, that is for sure.

    Being French, I can easily follow Romain YT channel and he seems a really genuine enthusiastic guy.He doesn't pray 100% the game to be honest and is able to make precise comments on the Huracan for sure but not only, from memory, considering he has been test driving other GT3s

    he has just recently upgraded his Set-up to run now a TS-PC wheel, just one step short of DD so I would say his feelings on the car(s) behaviour have certainly been improved through the better wheel FFB
     
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  3. PhilS13

    PhilS13 Alien

    The Huracan was in a pretty bad shape at the end of december.
     
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  4. martcerv

    martcerv Alien

    But is that really relevant when the review is on ACC with 1.1hrs? To setup your system and mess with menus etc would easily take more the an hour to get something plus a couple hours doing laps.

    If you come to the conclusions he has I think it would first be wise to ensure something on your end is not messed up first.

    Honestly its a bit unprofessional to write such a review with such limited use, its fine to give a negative review but im sure if he did 2 laps in the real car and gave that level of feedback to the crew, they would just ignore it and maybe get another driver next time. :D
     
  5. Guidofoc

    Guidofoc Alien

    Certainly the first "impact" with ACC was not the easiest for me (2600 hrs in AC). I got ACC at 0.4 and my first drive was the Ferrari at Hungaroring (Pro settings) with cold brakes, cold tires, rather slow steering, tough kerbs, etc. Rather frustrating. I can understand this may cause "rage quit" syndrome in someone.

    Out of curiosity the other day I tried the Ferrari 488 GT3 in AC on the Zolder 2017 mod from AC Track Reboot (a very good mod, not too far from the ACC version). The 488 GT3 in AC felt much softer on the kerbs and overall easy to trail-brake into the corners.

    After playing ACC for some hours I have a feeling that the cars in good old AC rotate quite easily during corner entry, I mean it's rather easy to rotate the car using brakes and weight transfer. I don't know if this is realistic or not, but certainly makes driving in AC very pleasurable. In ACC this feeling of trail braking/rotating is harder for me to get.

    The 0.5 release has improved a lot on this. The first lap with the Jaguar was a totally different story from what I had experienced before, I felt immediately at home in the car.
     
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  6. DzelRacing

    DzelRacing Racer

    The most important thing u guess is real driver feedbacks.
     
  7. Oblit0r

    Oblit0r Hardcore Simmer

    I've mentioned multiple times I love this game and I will play it no matter what a professional driver thinks about it, because to me personally it feels great. I'm just saying we should be glad there's real-life drivers playing the game and giving their feedback, although in this case the feedback is rather vague. It's just sad to see that some people can't seem to handle negative reviews, and instead of listening to what's being said they simply try to put the reviewer in a bad daylight.
     
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  8. Epistolarius

    Epistolarius Alien

    And I wish people would put more effort into their Steam reviews, how about that for a change...
     
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  9. Oblit0r

    Oblit0r Hardcore Simmer

    I wish he did too.
     
  10. martcerv

    martcerv Alien

    I have no issues with negative reviews or varied opinions. But in this case I simply pointed out in the time taken, its really hard to get a reasonable opinion of any sim. It would be the same if someone said its the greatest thing ever with the same limited use.

    I am only going by whats posted in this thread, which IMHO means this particular feedback and review is useless but others seemed to find it of enough value to start a discussion about it.
     
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  11. Oblit0r

    Oblit0r Hardcore Simmer

    I wasn't talking about you specifically. There's replies in this thread going from 'If you only have 250 hours in AC, you're a noob and your opinion doesn't count' to 'He might've gotten paid to write a bad review'.
    Only a couple of people are genuinely interested why he's written the negative review. We can only speculate whether it has something to do with his settings, the setup of the car or something with the physics until he (if he ever will) elaborates on his feedback. Yet some people seem to have made their mind up already and simply invalidate his review.
    It doesn't only happen here, I've seen the same thing happen in the pcars2 forums. It's like people feel they get attacked when someone writes something negative about the game they like and just jump into defensive mode.
     
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  12. henri

    henri Hardcore Simmer

    I wonder if he can do more than 1-2 laps without crashing in those other racing games (AC or pCARS). :rolleyes:
     
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  13. I have seen positive real drivers feedback to pcars, r3e, forza etc. What does it mean nowdays?
     
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  14. TDS

    TDS Alien

    1000x this :) hahahahaha and he finished like 20th/30 position or so in that race? i think he probably doesn't like the car IRL too lol
     
  15. I would love to drive this car in real life. Even if I finish one day later than all others :p
     
  16. TDS

    TDS Alien

    that's for sure, but i'm not a "Pro $$$" driver lol, i would have fun even doing a loop trough my block :)
     
  17. Robin_NL

    Robin_NL Alien

    double post
     
  18. Robin_NL

    Robin_NL Alien

    Having driven the Huracan @ Nürburgring GP I still find it driving/sliding on ice(tyremodel?)
    Just a few mins ago I tested the Huracan GT3 in Assetto Corsa and it's way easier to drive, the tyremodel (stock setup, medium slick)is way more forgiving and you can actually powerslide the thing rather easily.

    Kunos are both devs of AC and ACC, so why is it they behave differently?

    Cheers
    Robin
     
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  19. vortex19

    vortex19 Racer

    But that's not to say that the AC version is more realistic, just that you find it easier to drive.
     
  20. lordpatou

    lordpatou Racer

    I, did you test in hotlap mode or practice ? Grip level can be really low in practice.
     
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