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Kunos Simulazioni - Assetto Corsa
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Quote from Boris Lozac :Since when is this forum full of wannabe drifters?

That's odd 80% time what I do in AC is drift, I am not drifter and i don't like it very much as a sport, but I like going sideways form time to time, and drifting is best way to judge the tyre physics
I can't believe how much I've lost the last few years, though I guess it makes sense - don't use it - lose it! Having a hard time breaking 58s with the 458 at Imola
It is as fun as beeing cockblocked by your pal on town, and then heading home to wank just to realize that you're too drunk and sad to actually do anything.

That's pretty accurate I think.
Obviously you're doing it wrong, and/or you're a socialist that can't stand others being different. Sad in any case.

Anyways, I like the sim, except the weird high angle issue and weak FFB.
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Hehe. Pulling your chain, dude.

Anyways, drifting and goofing off is fun in real life, but expensive. In a sim it's cheap and fun if the physics make sense, which they sorta do in AC. I can enjoy both sims in both modes.
None offence taken
And in the end of the day I have nothing against driting. It is nothing I really enjoy watching, but I aknowlege the skills needed for doing drifting, both in games and in real life.
In my mind, the fact drifting is so popular in AC means they did it right. It's like LFS where driting makes sence, hence it's popular. Try drifting in other sims and it just can't be done in most of them, or you have to jumt through hoops to make it happen. Most road cars with rwd can pretty easily be drifted or at least you can hold a powerslide pretty easily.
Quote from The Very End :It is as fun as beeing cockblocked by your pal on town, and then heading home to wank just to realize that you're too drunk and sad to actually do anything.

That's pretty accurate I think.

Tor, we didn't need to hear about your saturday night.

Which is your best (hardest) achievement?

My best - "Old GPL, beat 1:30:00 @ Monza/L49" - 0,3% off all AC owners has achieved it

3 hardest achievements, nobody has done it jet - 0%

"Poleman, beat 1:32:00 @ Vallelunga/F.Abarth"
"Faster then Jim Clark - 1:28:50 @ Monza/L49"
"Drift king - lvl100 @ drift challenge"
Quote from kars19 :Which is your best (hardest) achievement?


5 7/8 " for 3 mins before explosion with Chinese hooker. Best before that was 5 1/2" whilst thinking about the L49 around Knockhill. 3rd best was a droopy 4" trying to get interested in a hag of a wife that looks like a scarecrow after a night on the town.
Quote from kars19 :Which is your best (hardest) achievement?

My best - "Old GPL, beat 1:30:00 @ Monza/L49" - 0,3% off all AC owners has achieved it

3 hardest achievements, nobody has done it jet - 0%

"Poleman, beat 1:32:00 @ Vallelunga/F.Abarth"
"Faster then Jim Clark - 1:28:50 @ Monza/L49"
"Drift king - lvl100 @ drift challenge"

The hell, nobody did the Poleman thingy? I saw videos doing 1.31s on that combo and it doesn't look really hard. I'm giving it a try tomorrow when I have time. (I already did a 32.4 on it with default set... Playing around will help a bit). The drift king thing is just a matter of time really. Takes like 2 or 3 hours of constant playing to achieve, I think. Where do you get these statistics from though?
press shit+tab in game, and compare your achievements to global
Well, I guess my most valuable achivements are these:

Drift Master
Reach level 50 in drift mode


Time Attack Master
Obtained if the player completes 10 laps in Time Attack Mode.



Way better than him
Beat 1:54:00 at Imola with the Ferrari 458.
Quote from Kristi :Well, I guess my most valuable achivements are these:

Drift Master
Reach level 50 in drift mode


Time Attack Master
Obtained if the player completes 10 laps in Time Attack Mode.



Way better than him
Beat 1:54:00 at Imola with the Ferrari 458.

Damn I was just 0.158 slower from the last achievement? Gotta beat that as soon as I can.
Is this game worth its asking price? How's force feedback, and how does it compare to iRacing or LFS?

To be honest, I used to praise LFS for its force feedback, but after playing iRacing, LFS's FFB doesn't feel that good anymore...
You kidding? For sure it's worth the price. LFS will always be the best, but in current state this is the best option to race in, because this is second most accurate sim right after LFS imo. And it really isn't that far away with FFB and physics as well...
Quote from Mysho :You kidding? For sure it's worth the price. LFS will always be the best, but in current state this is the best option to race in, because this is second most accurate sim right after LFS imo. And it really isn't that far away with FFB and physics as well...

Of course the only difference is the cars
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Unlike iRacing the Lotus 49 is actually drivable!

Of course it's worth the money. Best sim I've driven since LFS.
Quote from The Moose :If low 51's are possible I'm giving up sim racing.

54.4 my best so far. Need to do more laps but so many good combos to try i'm not getting enough laps in with a single combo yet.

Quote from Kristi :I agree. If 1.51s are even imaginable on that track, I'm saying goodbye to my 11-ish years of sim experience and burn my G25 in public... I went tryhard mode and rarely got 1.53.8

http://rank.gtr-masters.hu/rankpage/acbeta/Imo/ferrari_458

Have no idea in which conditions though.
I wouldn't worry about times which seem impossibly fast. It's pretty easy to 'cheat' in at least a couple of different ways with the Early Access.
These lists are pointless without replays, or at least sector times. It's easy to get 51s if you straight-line the sector 2 chicane flat out

Kunos Simulazioni - Assetto Corsa
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