PC gamers have always been able to count on mods which usually allow to make the experience even more memorable, but in most cases, it requires game development to be officially finished. Kegetys, a talented Finish developer who's obviously a sim racing fan, added a Richard Burns Rally track to the promising Assetto Corsa and we finally had the time to capture a few videos for you guys. Of course, you can't expect this track to be as sharp-looking as you'd come to expect these days, but the photo-realistic look of the environment is still there, like in the old days. As for driving sensations, it feels just great, though also quite tough since there's no copilot nor map to help reach the finish line. Don't mind our safe driving as we really were scared to ruin the car after the first turn. It might not look that impressive as a spectator, but believe us, we had to hiold the controller very tight during this 7 and a half minute race behind the wheel of a Lotus Evora GTE. Note: Make sure you deactivate motion blur as it causes the screen to strangely shake.
I find the direction that military shooters go with a sci-fi setting is a bit boring. Not really into mech stuff. But they could do something a more "punk" sci-fi. (2 minutes ago)
I want futuristic BF. The last BF4 DLC has a lot of BF2142 hints. (14 minutes ago)
but that runs the risk of it feeling too much like battlefront maybe? but at least it would be their own world and creations. (23 minutes ago)
i'm kinda hoping for something more futuristic. something a bit more creative. mechs instead of tanks, hover bikes, jet packs etc. (24 minutes ago)
@b0vril: my worry with modern is that it could feel too similar to BF3/4. i mean i want whatever they do to feel like those games but i would like something to separate them thematically at least. (28 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: should they go back to a more modern era, or does that matter? (39 minutes ago)
@MrWhite: Boy is my thumb not on the pulse of the post-millennium gamer. (6 Hours ago)