Discussion in 'Automobilista 2 - General Discussion' started by GregzVR, Mar 13, 2020.
Hey, may i ask, when you have recorded that session?
I recorded around 8-9 hours ago. Early afternoon, UK time. I saw there was a minor update to the game an hour ago. Has anything changed?
No idea, what this silent patch was aiming for.
But thank you for the information!
I had a difference in AI behaviour in my last testing run of release build and it was interesting to see, how well behaved they're on your build in comparison. So i might clear my profile again for a clean run, it seems...
I am a little bit late because I was on a short trip on the weekend, but now here's my first
quick and dirty look at the Monza track.
More videos to follow regarding all update aspects around this release laterv today.
Have a nice day and keep on racin' !
Dont' be worried if the videos today are not displayed in 4K, I release them to public as soon as they are available in 1080p, 4K usually takes a very long time beeing processed by Youtube.
4K Versions will be available in all their beauty within the next hours.
Here's the Monza Junior Track.
Perfect track for sim racing newbies in combination with the Formula Trainer.
Automobilista 2 feels like the rebirth of "Grand Prix Legends" now, riding through the steep curves of Monza.
Absoultely fantastic track design from Reiza, nearly every Tree on the track is looking unique.
More up than I have for Reiza providing us with the most nice track they released ever !
Final round of the ANSL GTE championship at Spielberg. In honour of Lee Chorley we all went out in his car. 30 laps, mandatory pit stop, in VR using the HP Reverb G2 and on a DOF Reality H3 motion rig.
Jumping straight in, with the Lotus Type 49C Cosworth, on the pure default setup, during this frantic free practice session around the classic Monza Historic banking. Driving without a spotter also - mainly because I forgot to turn on Crew Chief beforehand!
AMS2 New Update! Monza, Is It Worth It? Wanna Have A Good A.I. Race There? See Discription!
Start slow, finish fast in late-1980s classic Sportscar action, driving the Sauber C9 Mercedes-Benz C9 at Monza 1991.
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