That must be what I was experiencing with my TX rumbling like crazy all around the track.I have found a problem when the game lags it is like the car digging into the track. I have a solid 90 fps with a rtx 2070 card, if you cut v sync off your car will be like it is under the track all the way around
Sadly a lot of the rumblings is from the lag, if you have a lot you may have v sync off. I also will say you need to clear the bar you are assigning your controls. I had same problem and when I cleared the bar that the steering settings was on it went a wayWell...
got no more than one complain for this game, for now at least.
But sadly it's pretty huge one. Ok, it's game breaker to be honest. It's controls.
On my Logitech G27 everything seems so weird, sensitivity, rattling FF, rotation range, buttons selection, just about everything. Maybe I'm missing something. Which I doubt.
I wrestle with controls for the most of my NH4 time, I manage to make it less annoying but never to be really satisfying. FF effects had to be set to minimal or wheel would rip off my hands and part of table in process, sensitivity and range are rather confusing, seems like some buttons are hard coded predefined etc etc...
And it really doesn't help that all I got as a some kind of guidance is those "playstation" type of buttons marks. How can one manage to steer his menus with using rather confusing A, B, C, X marks they decide my buttons should have. There's no logic in their placing of those. Every time I had to think twice before pushing ANY of them. =/
In NH4 folder I saw a file preset for L G29 but not for G27, guess that's obsolete by them. Anyhow... how can you "load" that presets, is there a way I wonder ?
If someone had some good L G27 solution I'm all ears.
People have complained about the same issues ever since the release of NASCAR Heat Evolution.I have a Thrustmaster T300RS and am using a 34" ultra wide gsync monitor with a refresh rate of 120hz. If I set vsync "in game settings" to off or on every frame, I lose all FFB and get a non-stop vibration in the wheel. If I set vsync to on every frame but lower the setting for FFB to minimum, the vibration goes away but I have no FFB. My fix was to set vsync in game to every "other" frame. This completely fixed FFB for me, but then caps my FPS at 60, which I do not like but can live with until hopefully a patch resolves this.
Yeah, sync solve it. Although I don't like to play with sync on in any games I have to use it in this game, for now at least.Sadly a lot of the rumblings is from the lag, if you have a lot you may have v sync off. I also will say you need to clear the bar you are assigning your controls. I had same problem and when I cleared the bar that the steering settings was on it went a way
Glad for you.No complaints on any of the above since the patch.