A lot of people are reporting many bugs, problems with DLC's and racing wheels in Test Drive Unlimited 2. Eden Games is working on these problems. Is there a new patch incoming?
Im 6-7 hours into the game and i didn't found any bugs yet. This game is so cool.
14 hours played here for me (PC version) and not encountered much in the way of bugs. Although I do think it is unfair to say this game is "bug free". A quick visit to the forum will illustrate that online is a broken mess at the moment and right now I haven't touched online (may do later).
Yeah i haven't played online, only offline.
THIS GAME IS AMAZING!!! 2 BIG ISLAND OF IBIZA AND OAHU!!! 2000 MILES TO EXPLORE!!! LOT OF MISSION CHELLENG AND RACES YOU GOT TO DO!!
I'm just gonna be lazy and copy a post I made on an IGN article ten minutes ago :). I've been enjoying the PC version for the last two days, but it's a damn shame that the car handling and physics are a significant step down from the fairly competent effort they made with TDU1. And it certainly doesn't make things any better that I've yet to find a single person on the official forum with the PC version, who actually has any kind of force feedback from the game when playing with steering wheel and pedals (I'm using a Logitech G25. It's possible to add some "fake", and rather terrible, effects through settings in the Logitech Profiler, but those just give the wheel a little resistance but do virtually nothing at all to convey proper force feedback like weight shifting, loss of grip, surface variance etc. Something TDU1, which I also played with my G25, did fairly well). I love the huge open game world - the same thing that kept me playing TDU1 for quite a while - but with the step down in car handling, and complete lack of proper force feedback, I'm just not sure I can keep my enthusiasm up for very long.
I am not worried. Bad Company 2 had launch problems like this and I still love and play that game.
This game is a hot ass mess. And at the same time it is extremely fun.
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