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LittleWatt
11-04-2018, 13:44
After changing camera angles, Iím feeling much better about PCars2. When I first started I wasnít sure I would put in the effort to adapt but Iím starting to really enjoy this racer. I still have a long way to go but in my last race in G40 Jr. at Snetterton 200 I was running away the entire race and my best lap was 3.8 seconds faster than any other best. Now itís an easy track to go fast on with only one corner that can get the best of you if youíre off the line (Murrays can send you right off track if you come in too wide or fast) so maybe I shouldnít get too puffed up just yet. But small steps are better than no steps.

DECATUR PLAYA
11-04-2018, 15:46
After changing camera angles, Iím feeling much better about PCars2. When I first started I wasnít sure I would put in the effort to adapt but Iím starting to really enjoy this racer. I still have a long way to go but in my last race in G40 Jr. at Snetterton 200 I was running away the entire race and my best lap was 3.8 seconds faster than any other best. Now itís an easy track to go fast on with only one corner that can get the best of you if youíre off the line (Murrays can send you right off track if you come in too wide or fast) so maybe I shouldnít get too puffed up just yet. But small steps are better than no steps.

Keep chopping the wood brother and eventually the tree will fall.

Keena
11-04-2018, 18:45
Check out Driver 61 on youtube too. He's done some really good videos of all manner of things that will help you get faster, and more consistent.

Konan
11-04-2018, 18:50
or...

http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/showthread.php?55787-THE-INSIDER-S-GUIDE-Weekly-In-game-Guide-by-Yorkie065

and...

http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/showthread.php?53371-How-to-Develop-Your-Racing-Skills

Keena
11-04-2018, 19:00
or...

http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/showthread.php?55787-THE-INSIDER-S-GUIDE-Weekly-In-game-Guide-by-Yorkie065

and...

http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/showthread.php?53371-How-to-Develop-Your-Racing-Skills

Yeah the Yorkie stuff is really good too :) I ended up taking pages of notes from those- lots and lots of really good intel. My wife keeps on having to talk me out of buying a Caterham because of Project Cars..

John Hargreaves
11-04-2018, 19:20
It definitely takes a while to mould the game to your liking, and to adapt to the way it all works. It's weird really, you'd think you could just get in and drive, but there is far more to it than that.

Cladandadum
11-04-2018, 19:26
I have to agree that the game is a slow burn. Each patch has added so much and the more I play, the more I get sucked into what the game has to offer.

Playing with no hud has been so worth it for me. Now I just have to get better in increments.

LittleWatt
11-04-2018, 19:36
And it’s far more in-depth than Gran Turismo which I played for years until they ended up garbage. The biggest challenge at this point are all the different tracks.

balderz002
11-04-2018, 20:55
Same here, with so many tracks, and my advancing years, its taking me ages to learn them..... But then, when I played GT and For a when I was younger, I didn't have a toddler and wife bidding for my attention either!

I could easily dedicate a weekend smashing the hell out of a track to get on point. Arh...... Those were the days!