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Project Cars 2

Postby Iain Wilton » 03 Oct 2017, 10:27

Hi fellas,

Hows everything going?

Cheers for the PM Adz...not looked on this site for what seems ages.

Who has got PCars 2?

I should be able to host events upto maybe 10 people for now and connection looks pretty good.
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Re: Project Cars 2

Postby Adz1200 » 04 Oct 2017, 01:39

Hi Iain, hope to catch up on Friday evening.

I would get PC2 if needed, loved the first one !!!
Hosting up to 10 may be all we need for the time being :driving:

Cheers bud, speak soon
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Re: Project Cars 2

Postby Iain Wilton » 04 Oct 2017, 06:46

Sweet...I'll be there Friday evening. Nice the server still going for TS as once you start sessions in PC2 you can only chat if on track sort of thing, so TS will be loads easier ;)

Me, Trebor and his mate had a couple of races last night and I added AI. The AI in PC2 are much better than any previous SIM have to admit. Think I have also found a nice % to be competitive, but maybe the aggression was on too high as Trebor got squeezed onto grass when trying to pass falldownlaugh falldownlaugh

Loads of settings you can change as host as well, so can tailor to suit. Play with weather etc for every session. And you get engine failures when set right, so you do have to be careful. Reminds me of older great sims!!
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Re: Project Cars 2

Postby trebor69 » 11 Oct 2017, 19:04

Yeah but lay off the haze/fog m8 it's shite lol.

Yeah AI pushed me wide at Hock, was doing well, bastards.
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Re: Project Cars 2

Postby Ken Bell » 12 Nov 2017, 06:03

Hi chaps.
I have written a post which I hope you will read, but I will say herethat I haven’t got PC or PC2 unfortunately.

Is it just that sim you use?
What, no slippers and smelly pipe?
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