He said he doesn't want to make reports weekly and I understand him. If I were developing the physics I wouldn't want to say "This week I'm working on XXX" then next week say "The XXX idea turned out impossible" then next week "I'm still trying to figure how to do XXX", and so on. He said he only makes reports when theres something to report, so we can understand this two and half months of silence as:
a) Carcass Deformation turned very hard and still not finished.
b) Silently finished carcass defirmation and started on suspension/VW SC.
What is he after then? Perfection? Because i don't think those people at Iracing are stupid in comparison to Scawen.
So if it took them a long time to work on the tyre physics it should take a much bigger amount of time to have "our" physics done.
Is this work going somewhere good or it is just a waste of time?
Why am i posting in this thread in the first place? No one of them devs seems to damn care of their users anymore. If i was one of them i would already have thanked god that a lot of users are still wandering on here and playing their game.
That would be the case if LFS would have the physics of some Arcade game. But as LFS is already a good (albeit a bit flawed) approximation of realistic physics, the changes will be noticeable, but subtle
Even i can make a good sim if you give me ∞+1 years of time.
Devs are good at making this game even better, no doubt, but even they should admit it's not really the best solutions to have just one people coding, one designing and one fiddling with the interwebz.
They could have done the same work with less than half the time if they only asked for help.
If you actually think the time and skill required to do the updates currently going into Minecraft even remotely compares to the time and skill required to do race car physics right, you're seriously deluded. Which is what this whole thread is about isn't it? Ignorant people having very strong opinions about things they don't understand.
Brilliant, if the quote didn't include the words "We plan to". At no point is the patch/content/car/track promised for a given date, and since then we've been told 'from the horse's mouth' some of the reasons and details for the delay.