- Dec 29, 2006
it's what the iRacing AI does, you can set a number of parameters for each individual car and then parameters for the field as a whole. once you have that dialled in (couple of races), it's magic. plus you can put four or five different types of cars on one grid and do races with 40+ AI or more (haven't tried out how many).The AI on all games, needs to make mistakes, maybe an "overdrive" random factor, how about opening up an API for AI Personalities, people could then tweak the AI or let it "learn" from real players and replicate how the approach a track... Just ideas...
Not that I ever use this little gem much, I stick to online with iRacing, but they have really done their homework.
That said, a full grid of GT3s at Suzuka in ACC is awesome, too!