Discussion in 'Automobilista - News & Announcements' started by Renato Simioni, Mar 17, 2016.
Looks like we are getting more content, thanks Reiza!
I'm just going to hop in here and say "I hope the Formula Vintage isn't another fking Lotus 49".
plus I don't really think 60s F1 completes the list, we would still miss the 50s
That it aint.. We´re going for a few more cylinders
Very very nice. A real test of my patience....
Please support Oculus Rift, too!!!!
That car was crap tho... I guess it will be either Eagle T1G, or (god forbid!) ferrari 312.
Yeah, I'm excited.
Very excited about the prospects of point-to-point racing. Pit comms/race announcer/spotter would be the bomb though.
Splendid old boy! Excellent news!
Yes please. Pretty please. Please please please please please please. Pleeeeeaaaaassssse.
Completely agree! Ever since the campaign track voting (in which I researched them all ), I've been hopeful we'd get some more relatively unknown, beautiful tracks. I'm still wanting Potrero de los Funes (DLC perhaps?), but this Ibarra track looks great and has a similar feel. With the elevation changes, mountains all around, and the large lake...just wow! It'll be hard to wait.
Thanks so much, Reiza!
Proper response : CHYEAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
That is a scream of joy, fyi.
yeah potrero de los funes would be amazing!
Amazing work..thank you guys
Sounds fantastic. Thanks for the look into the future of AMS.
Heh, I just hope the championships get fixed real quick xD (I'm a career nerd )
Still really excited for what's to come though!
Really happy with AMS right now and with the future plans. Good luck to Reiza!
I have no clue how you guys manage to put out so much content and so many features.
Especially happy to see a web frontend with leagues and seasons in development!
Oh Reiza...you are truly spoiling us. The most mature racesim AND dev team. Do i need to say more.
Yes, a model for all developers. ISI could learn quite a lot from Reiza if they weren't too arrogant to pay attention. I have been an rF2 devotee from before day 1, but AMS has been such a breath of fresh air--cohesive, consistent quality, great value, polished. It reveals how inconsistent and frustrating rF2 is in its current state. The few technical superior elements in rF2 will soon be replicated or bettered by Reiza (or purchased from ISI if they can ever finish anything).
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