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Featured Audi Sport TT Cup 2016 Coming to RaceRoom

Discussion in 'RaceRoom Racing Experience' started by Paul Jeffrey, Sep 12, 2016.

  1. Paul Jeffrey

    Paul Jeffrey
    Sim Racing News Editor Staff Premium Member

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    Sector3 Studios have announced the 2016 edition of the popular Audi Sport TT Cup will be heading to RaceRoom Racing Experience.

    The TT Cup season 2015 is already represented in RaceRoom, however as the new championship matured into 2016 the cars have received a couple of model changes and of course a host of new liveries that represent the teams and drivers of the 2016 racing season.

    Sector3 have been hard at work refining the driving experience with these cars, benefitting from access to real life telemetry from the series, and the support of 19 year old TT Cup driver Simon Larsson who has helped the studio refine the driving characteristics of the new cars. The current TT Cup cars are already popular within the RaceRoom title, the new for 2016 edition should provide an interesting comparison as Sector3 promise an overhauled physics pass on the series. With laptimes now more closely matching the real world events, the team have confirmed "significant changes" to the driving physics.

    No exact release date has been made available for the 2016 Audi Sport TT Cup, but the studio have confirmed release should be "very soon".

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    Are you looking forward to the 2016 edition of the Audi Sport TT Cup? What is your favourite car in R3E? Let us know in the comments section below!
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  2. Christian Moreau

    Christian Moreau
    A young Canuck Premium Member

    Every RD Club race we've had with the TT's has been close and competitive. I was told by someone yesterday that they've been working really hard on these and the attention to detail is sounding really good.

    So. Much. Content. :p
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  3. They've been showing a lot of future content lately, wish this all would come together with the move to UE4
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  4. Boby Kim

    Boby Kim
    There is no spoon... Premium Member

    Omg...more cars...nervous breakdown alert.
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  5. Boby Kim

    Boby Kim
    There is no spoon... Premium Member

    Yeah right....together with tire pressure, flags and weather. Nothing bad about dreaming though;)
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  6. Paul Blythe

    Paul Blythe
    Premium Member

    First news of the Volvo S60 and WTCC 2016, now the 2016 Audi Sport TT Cup car ... Yes, yes and yes!!!
  7. Emerson Meyer

    Emerson Meyer
    Keep Fighting Premium Member

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  8. CCL71

    Premium Member

    So once again, RaceRoom is asking it's customers to buy the same car twice in order to get new liveries and updated physics instead of updating the existing car. Yeah, I'll pass, I already own the TT; not buying it again. Call me when the Volvo and new GT3 cars arrive.
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  9. I was hoping for the Audi TT RS VLN to arrive first, but I will gladly take this too. As I read it will be a totally different car, so...
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  10. i keep my money for iracing,
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  11. PaulH

    Premium Member

    The only thing keeps me coming back to this sim at the moment is the RD club races, all I see is announcements for cars....Audi TT RS VLN announced January.....BMW M235i announced February.....March McLaren 650s etc. etc.. none still released :rolleyes:
    Would be nice to see an announcement of some good upcoming "features"..........
    Slowly losing the faith...
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  12. It's not the same car, though, there were some changes to the model this year.
  13. Rodent

    Premium Member

    I quite like some of the announced cars and look forward to trying them out, but this... eh. There's probably some deal in place between Audi and Raceroom but... eh. Find myself less and less interesting in R3E at the moment in general though, the pacing of updates has been slow lately and what we've been told is in the pipeline is nowhere near enough to wow me compared to other sims. The AI which was a big selling point for me being less then stellar is also killing my interest in the title, outside of Project CARS it has the worst AI of the bunch I feel.
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  14. yep, I wanna get into RR but I see what Reiza is doing now and what Sector 3 should have done and meh not going to put my money on RR for now
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  15. Steve Bird

    Steve Bird
    Racing Since 1978 Premium Member

    Same here. Since the release of the EEC mod in AMS I haven't touched RRE. Free mods and skins from the superb AMS community keeps on getting better and as it does my interest in RRE will fade........and my pocket will be much better off. AMS also has night racing but the only thing that is missing is rain.
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  16. If you go to rF2 and check its features you'll notice AMS is missing a lot more than rain ;) hopefully Reiza will bring these features in next sim
    Now if Sector 3 licensed isi2.5 with UE4 graphic and released this content... I know which one would be my instant favourite sim lol
    they really should drop RR already
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  17. Paul Bennett

    Paul Bennett
    Premium Member

    Still on the fence with RR for the obvious reasons won't go there, I like it have few tracks 2 x content packs may take the bait if the new engine kicks in :whistling:
  18. I just can't seem to get excited about RRE ...and I don't know why.
    It has great sound...is not bad graphics wise and actually runs good finally. Despite all those things....
    The only fun I have with it, is when I drive the Audi TT at Mid Ohio.
    Do they ever go back and update physics of previously released content?
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  19. ronniej

    The dude Premium Member

    ....And this^^

    With me, It was the AI and the ADAC and WTCC with Nords that initially interested me with R3E..... I was hoping Sector 3 would've put more effort into the game itself.:(

    I have enough content. I was hoping to see an offline mode, triple screen and sli support for features and have them improve on the game itself.
  20. CCL71

    Premium Member

    Outside of maybe the F1 series, name another sim that makes you buy cars by model year? Imagine if Project Cars or Assetto Corsa made you buy a 2017 Pagani in order to get the latest physics and paint scheme instead of updating the car you bought in 2016.....
    To each there own, but for me, RR is milking customers. I have no problem paying for new(original) content, as I own most of the cars and all of the tracks in RR but as I have posted many times before, adding the same car with new physics isn't adding new content, it's attempting to make fools out of the people who want to support your product.
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