While Driveclub doesn’t have a full weather simulation, there will be a few visual treats for you to enjoy while you play the game.
I need this...in ma veins
Going to be too busy looking at the scenery and other things to be able to race properly. My excitement is going up a notch.
I'm going to be in last place as I'll be going really slow to look around :) "Oops missed something...REVERSE"
Now I'm just imagining the first day, everyone driving so slow to admire the scenery XD "Oooo. O, look at that!" "Wow, take a picture!" Speaking of which, will driveclub have a photomode, kinda like Infamous Second Son? I get it wouldn't work for Multiplayer obviously, but just singleplayer?
i'm waiting for a article explaining the value of fish AI , i hope this game is better than the stories that are telling why this game is so great
What? Well, one of the game's main draws is its attention to detail in the graphics. The articles don't have to do much more than parrot that and show images or video. There's no new gameplay that people have gotten their hands on, so they can't talk about that. Exactly what is the problem with talking about the visuals when they're a major aspect of the game?
"Rock Solid 30 fps" what is that a guarantee for frame stutter?
30fps for a nexgen race game?....no.
A next-gen racing game that actually looks next-gen?.... YES. A next-gen racing game that meets the standard of level of content for its genre?.... YES. 30FPS?... YES. Fun-looking game?... YES. Not on Xbone?.... YES.
30 fps on a racing game is a deal breaker for me.
You missed out on hundreds of fantastic racing games then.
I would be a hypocrite to say 30fps for a next gen racer is a deal breaker because if Forza Horizon 2 is also at the frame rate, I can't say I'll pass it up becasue the first game was one of the best racer of last gen, even at 30fps. Since DriveClub does have a free PSN+ version, at least I can test drive it a bit to see what it got.
it all depends on what you want to experience, forza horizon is an open world racer relying on that freedom and visual fidelity, so 30fps, like with drive club helped it reach that visual goal. Forza5 is a racing sim that has managed to give an easier learning curve at first for more people to enjoy, it has the tracks, sounds and handling down precisely, this required 60fps.
Don't hate on Driveclub just because they have graphical fidelity that's out of this world!
why didnt they go for 20fps with weather effects?
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