While I enjoy F1 2020 very much with wheel and pedals, AC is of course more enjoyable to drive. That's where AC's adavantage starts and ends. The whole racing experience is much much better in F1 2020. In AC you don't even have DRS rules, AI is also much worse in F1 cars. (I don't even play career, just solo races.)I don't really understand why people buy these codemasters titles. Assetto Corsa and the RSS mods give you everything you would ever need. Plus, RSS do a lotus 79...
I can also get a good smattering of 90s F1 cars from asr formula (which drive quite well - I love the Tyrrell 020).
or maybe f1 also gives the license to kunos so that we the simracers get what we want, and the casuals and content creators get their codies career mode ad revenueAnd they'll just remove the career mode, just so there's a good force feedback for a small bunch of hardcore simracers? Like they did in ACC. This would be very bad and would kill the game for most players.
once in career mode the pitlane was blocked and an AI was in a wall but absolutely flooring it until it cooked the engine. also AI crashes in f1 2020 are actually awful, in what world would someone start swerving on a straight and end up beyblading into t1? i have so many questions about this "improved" AI.One reason is enough - crappy AI.
AC doesn't have the addictive career mode with roleplaying as F1 driver and even team owner
AC doesn't have casual-friendly physics
AC doesn't have a good balance of AI opponents
AC doesn't have a simulation of R&D developments progression which is most important part of real F1
AC doesn't have races with safety cars and tyre strategies.
Assetto Corsa has almost nothing but bare tracks and cars with good feedback.
I don't really understand why somebody don't really understand why people buy these codemasters titles
Have you ever tried to play ACC in VR? GPUs don't yet exist to run that at a playable FPS without looking worse than iRacing at lowest settings.