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    it still has a similar performace as a van, but it was in my budget

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    Every car could be a race car, as long as you have the balls to drive it like that !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregoryleo View Post
    The graphics are literally giving me intense vertigo on some of the steeper tracks.
    I'm fairly new to pCars 2 only been playing this for a couple of weeks now. Love the game as a whole. Been sim racing for about 6 years. I've never had this happen to me in other racing games.
    Bathurst is one of the worst. I'm generally running between 17 and 20 AI on the track. I've tried lowering the graphic settings. So I have a fairly consistent fps of 60 to 70. Which helped a bit.

    I'm running an 8th Gen Intel Core i3-8100, 3.6 ghz 8GB DDR4 with an Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 OC 2G Graphics Card. With a Visio 1080p 120hz 46 Inch flat screen

    This is very distracting, and not natural feeling at all.

    Any thought or suggestions would be very much appreciated.
    As said above, the world movement setting is probably at the root of the problem, just make up and down adjustments to that and see if it improves the feeling, find where it is most comfortable for you. Other things you could look at would be g-force effect (I have it low, about 10% so it is very subtle) and look to apex, that can be a bit woozy if it is set too high.
    You could race on flatter tracks until you get in tune with the game also, so Silverstone, Hockenheim, Zolder are all quite flat. I'd imagine that 46" screen will have an effect on the overall experience, I tried PC1 plugged into my TV once and it was a bit overwhelming.
    Another thing you might try, and this helped me when I first got into VR, is to run open wheel cars rather than tin tops. The view of the sky above helped me to avoid dizziness when I first got my CV1, it might help in your case too.
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    Thanks for the help everybody. I finally got time to figure this out.
    So for me the solution was, world movement to 50. At 0 the car moves all around. And 100 the horizon moves all around. But at 50% both are some what stable. Look to apex set at 25%. And vsink on which locked locked the fps at 60.
    Problem solved. Thanks for the input, I very much appreciate it.

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