i agree, although i would say the graphics are better than mostmertol wrote:Codemasters suck at making realistic games. I really hope you didn't give them your money. The physics in f1 2013 are terrible, the FFB is terrible, there is also some kind of speed sensitive steering that you can't turn off, graphics are quite bad for a 2013 game too. There really isn't anything I liked about this game.
very trueEmerson.F wrote:FM5 has worked will Calspan, Mclaren and Audi for tyre, vehicle dynamics and openwheel suspension physics simulation. The physics are pretty realistic with a good steering wheel and besides that the new rumble triggers in the Xbox one controller give the game unprecedented haptic feedback. Btw the other high end sims are such a small market and are a whole different catogory of gamers (players)Alonso Fan wrote:Yeah, i guess the ps and xbox games these days don't focus that much on realistic physics. As long as it feels good then they'll sell it. Ah well, that's why we've all got older games to look to
Plus those games dont have hundreds of cars like gt of forza and mostly lack upgrades and other game options.
I heard project cars does not have Ai yet.So its a Hotlap simulator.(a good one at that) but very small in content compared too others out there.
I'm still playing F1 2012, RacePro 2, FM4, FM5 and previously owned gt5.
i actually forgot about forza. That actually has decent physics, but probably not that good f1 physics but there again, it doesn't need it.
i would probably buy forza 5 if i had an xbox, and some more time...