decofieldInteresting there seems to be no sim racers here. The racing forums are full of folks complaining of no graphics cards for VR.
Sapca11I guess it involves in multiple purchases for that VR experience to be good. Also, I don't think it can fully utilize the VR capacities, I mean you are still going to use the steering wheel and pedals, the VR will be just for the googles to be more immersive. I think it also depends on the framerate and the rendering of the side windows and mirrors, to make it fully immersive. Also, it will require chairs and stuff, a lot of expenses.The VR really needs to have more than 60HZ for a good experience.
NeomaAlways been curious to try VR racing games. I heard some people don't like them though?
Brad_HawthorneI have a Fanatec wheel, shifter and peddle setup. I'm more of a DiRT Rally type player and on some occasions ATS,
decofieldProject Cars 3 has been panned pretty badly by the sim crowd. AC, ACC and raceroom are my main drives with some automobilista 1 and 2. Have F1 2019 and project cars 2 but rarely toch them.
Brad_HawthornedecofieldProject Cars 3 has been panned pretty badly by the sim crowd. AC, ACC and raceroom are my main drives with some automobilista 1 and 2. Have F1 2019 and project cars 2 but rarely toch them.Codemasters is a mixed bag when it comes to the sim crowd. They compulsively put out a new sim every year in most of their product lines instead of having any longevity into their brands. Simpit builders need longevity in a title because they're investing significant time and money into a platform. If the dev is even casual about it's platform, it's hard to be taken seriously. It's a shame Project Cars got bought out by Codemasters.