First, guys swear AC has the most accurate cars. Until guys find out values are copied across cars to churn out DLC. Then, they backpedal and say "well AC has the best driving feel!" Until real race car drivers show up and are like "naw, this is really simplified, they might be dumbing it down for the console release." The fanboys backpedal further and say "well at least Kunos care about the community!" But of course, they conveniently leave out the recent crackdown on criticism. And when this is brought up, again they backpedal into something like "it's the best modding platform." Meanwhile the guys from Virtua Simulazioni - hands down the best AC mod team - are in this thread ripping on the physics flaws. For good measure, they point out that Kunos has suspiciously made it difficult to find documentation on certain aspects required for a good mod. Foaming at the mouth, the AC guys backpedal again into "you just don't understand the purpose of AC!" It is as if your conservative aunt has been baited into the "God works in mysterious ways" or "you just need to study the Bible harder" argument when she can't answer simple questions about Christianity. I at least understood the pCars shilling; the goal was to make a decent ROI. Here? It's like this press release was a letter from Santa. It's funny, all the guys who sing the praises of AC are the guys with expensive wheels Frapsing themselves running slow solo laps on YouTube. For everyone who enjoys competing, like on Race2Play, AC events routinely have the lowest attendance by far, and most on the forums say "naw, not touching this, game is a hotlap sim with too much forced DLC purchases." But I mean, with how bad pCars was, nobody noticed the other option was just as bad.