same here, i never owned any of the Project Cars games actually, looks like NFS which was fine while my son was still a kid, once he picked his own hobbies it was back to sim for me. never looked back. it will sell well and produce revenue for a firm which will do the wrc franchise in some years, so i'm all for itI was an original backer for PC , involved early in the weekly builds etc ( made a nice return on investment as well )
well, you might be surprised but if AC has sold some 1.5 milion copies and Need for speed Heat sold 150 milion copies, you are asking the wrong question thereI still play GTR2. Better than PC . Sincerely , who need this? PC1_5, PC2_3 and PC3, probably a 0.
With AMS2 you are sadly also giving some money to SMS.Just as I thought
SMS bought me years ago with the "community assisted" slogan.
After two iterations of Project CARS I was sure, they don't want to create a badass simracing game leaving us with bags of stupid bugs that could easily get solved.
No money from me SMS.
Sticking with ACC and AM2.
Deffo this and I think is a smart move indeed. We simracers sometimes forget we can play a game just for fun without need to simulate everything, laserscan every inch of tracks or comparing the most realistic physics/ffb on toys wheels..If you check the gameplay video someone posted here, this is actually NFS Shift 3 with the PCars brand... if you consider SMS's bad rep with the sim community, perhaps going in that direction may be a smarter move for them... If PCars is never going to be a true sim for most, than it's best to embrace the more arcade style to appeal to a broader audience.
...looking at the trailer and beta gameplay there isn't a single bit of Reiza improvements for AMS2 ported there...Why, I personally hope it's a massively successful if they are able to sort out physics I'm hoping was in AMS2 contract to help them out with.
Just means more options to feed my hobby