When we saw that a new gameplay video of WRC 3 had been released, unfortunately only in Youtube "quality", we figured the best way for us to talk about the game was to capture our own videos. Since the demo was released a few days ago, we did not hesitate to wake up our Fanatec 911 Porsche driving wheel from its summer slumber. It was also a good opportunity to show the hood cam view instead of the usual external view Milestone use in their promotional videos. Some will probably say my driving skills are too poor for this game, but I still think I deserved a better position in the end. What do you think? Update: New video added. It shows the cockpit view during a replay.
Note: The stage shown here was captured with no driving assists and AI difficulty set to default - which corresponds to medium difficulty.
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I wasn't really setting up any specific comparison at all. I said modern phones and many PCs. That's pretty vague. You can set whatever limits on that you want. (4 Hours ago)
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