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The Nissan GT500 in rFactor 2 zoom
"This first public beta allows us to assess two important things, first, how well the system works for everyone in terms of performance and stability, and second, and this is important information for us on how to evolve this system By collecting this data, we can systematically improve the system over the coming months and our goal is to make sure the entire system is robust and then make it the default. "
Together with the transition to the new user interface, you will then make the switch from 32-bit to 64-bit version. The rF2 community in public beta will not yet meet the new competition system. The main reason for this is that the developers do not want to confront the racers with too many things at once.
"By December we will be in a good position to test the competitive system, and you can be sure that there will be a steady stream of updates from the first public beta onwards, with the first steps testing both the 'mechanics' of the various competitive formats as well as collecting data based on your participation so that we can test our 'driver rating' algorithms, and here too your personal feedback will be a crucial element in how we move forward and what improvements we will focus on in the next phase of development In order to give you an initial insight into the competitive system, here are some pictures of the current front-end system. "
Concerning new licenses and game contents "highly secret projects" are being used. Therefore, you can not say anything in this regard at the moment. For this one shows screenshots of the Nissan GT500 with the new material system looks even more chic and should radiate as soon as Studio 397 presents the latest vehicle designs for it.
The Nurburgring should receive "in the coming days" three new layouts, including two sprint layouts (with and without chicane). These are essentially shortened versions of the Grand Prix route. There will also be an epic endurance layout linking the GP circuit to the Nordschleife.