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What do you want to see next ?

Discussion in 'RaceRoom Racing Experience' started by Cory Fair, Jan 11, 2015.

  1. A complete "Functionality Update" to first sort out common bugs and functionality issues

  2. More playable content like new cars and tracks

  1. Like many R3E die-hard fans I truely appreciate new content like car- and trackpacks but what is really neccessary for Race Room Experience a.t.m. ? As a customer I don't know (and don't care) about possible contracts Sector 3 has to fulfill by releasing new licensed carpacks and such in a certain timeframe - and so my personal request is a full "Functionality Update" first and foremost, fixing stuff such as:

    - minor - and major bugfixing regarding update issues since latest releases
    - GFX, FFB, Enhanced functionality of Champ- , Singlerace & MP Mode
    - Full Championship Mode for R3E
    - Improved Controller/Wheel support

    as main topics I always read about,

    - and whatever issues many players have encountered over the last year (even if I had none of these issues).

    So from my point of view this should have absolute priority before flodding the community with any new content release in terms of Track- or Carpacks.

    Last edited: Jan 11, 2015
  2. James Cook

    James Cook
    Marcas fan

    There will be teams working on different aspects of the game so there's no reason why we can't expect improvements to the core game alongside new content. It all takes time I guess.
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  3. Exactly, the guys working on new content are not the same ones working on the art or the physics or the accounting.

    Each will be working on their part and I suspect we'll see improvements to each each month, with some more focused on content and some more on functionality.
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  4. Don't get me wrong.
    I don`t wanna push, complain or critizise & I'm not annoyed. But it might be good start to express the fans/customers point of view summarized in a poll (and a community) like this, cause there are trillions of posts and threads dealing with these issues, but scattered across the whole internet...;)
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  5. Andi Goodwin

    Andi Goodwin

    thing you have to realise is new content is always being made to a release date , so it comes when that happens , at the same time the game is in beta and this Satan build just before christmas somehow managed to create some new bugs etc , these are being worked on , so are core features etc , so its a bit of this and that

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  6. James Cook

    James Cook
    Marcas fan

    Satan build? Not that bad was it? ;)
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  7. Andi Goodwin

    Andi Goodwin

    play on the santa build name

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  8. ROFL, was wondering about your post too...there are a lot of fanatics around these days, as we know.....(phew, thank God you ain`t one :D)
  9. Peter

    who cares Premium

    And now there's one more.
  10. Satan build is right, lol
  11. William Wester

    William Wester

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  12. Those look superb, there are some sound previews for the WTCC Citroen on there too, which are equally great quality.
  13. I would like to see Get Real Mode a bit more manageable. Just my opinion but the tires are too slippery. Anything in the works in that respect?
  14. Andi Goodwin

    Andi Goodwin

    explain : tyres to slippery ?

  15. what cars?
  16. I think there`s enough content for now.
    So apart from bug fixes, I`d like to have expanded car setups with fuel and tyre pressures, some sort of telemetry data which is viewable in replays, dedicated MP servers and of course, custom championships. I know these will all take time though, so I suppose it`s just a question of patience.
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  17. I think they've done a great job of balancing what they've released. Seems with most updates we get a balance of new features, fixes, and content. For example, didn't we get the time of day feature + lap % changed to lap time 'fix' + Portimao at the same time? I think balanced updates like this are ideal as they fix the old and introduce the new.

    So my preferred hypothetical next update would include a nice variety of items:

    • physics updates to some older cars (ex: the Radicals, Ruf)
    • introduction of a new car (ex: 'Porsche' 935, Nissan R90CK)
    • introduction of a new track they've been working on (ex: Sonoma, Spa)
    • various graphic improvements (ex: god rays, exhaust backfires)
    • various sound updates (ex: gravel in the wheel wells)
    In all, I'm very happy with the improvements and communication from Sector3. Keep it up boys!
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  18. I'm delighted with what they've already announced to be working on, but if I'd could wish for something it would be:

    - add modding support (steam workshop)
    - open wheel racing
  19. Now, Sonoma was WTCC 2013 but not 2014.
    We already have (for 2014, which is I believe the early 2015 release experience):
    Suzuka, Moscow, Hungaroring, SlovakiaRing
    We have heard about work on:
    Salzburgring, Spa, Macau
    What about (any rumours?):
    Morocco, Paul Ricard, Argentina, Beijing, Shanghai
  20. JF mentioned Paul Ricard and Shanghai in the thread related to the last dev stream. In addition to Silverstone and Nurburgring, this is plenty to look forward to for a while (though I'll hold out hope for Road Atlanta at some point in the long-term future).

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