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Probably, but try out the demo to be sure. There are a number of assist options to play around with.Okay so I generally like more arcade-y racers and dislike too technical / unforgiving ones. I liked Horizon2. Is it safe to say I should stay away from this?
So played this a bit more. It is fantastic and cars feel amazing. However, I don't like being boxed into these crappy car options to start my career. I really liked freedom in Forza 5 to play whatever I want. Naturally I went hyper car since I had my p1 gift in the garage. Driving a Honda S2000 is not my idea of fun. I hope I can quickly rack up credits.
Can't buy VIP and car pass yet since they are part of bundle and game is supposed to release in 2 days here so pausing playing for now.
I disagree on the credit thing. I buy a lot of cars and then I put a lot of parts on them, then race them in single series and start over with a new car. FM5 felt tight to me in comparison, as I had to pay for upgrades that were effectively free in FM4.
Do you mean the difference between Normal and Simulation? I've had to use the former ever since Forza 5 on controller when I was a Sim user prior to that. In Forza 6 the sensitivity around the center of the joystick range definitely seems too high. Decreasing the inside deadzone from the default 24% to 5% can help alleviate that.The more I play, the more I am enjoying this game. There are definitely subtle improvements in the handling model and they are becoming apparent the more I am spending time with it.
However, is it just me or does turning off the steering assist make it impossible to drive with a controller. Holy crap. I never had this much issue with Forza 3, 4 and 5. With this game, the turning is completely retarded with assist off. Dafuq!
I picked up the Forza Edition One just a few days ago. Although I played the hell out of 2,3 and 4. I totally skipped 5 and Horizon 2 since I decided to go with the PS4 at launch. Gamertag is ChangWizzle for anyone that wants to add me.
If your going through that many cars with the goal of upgrading them all, I can see where the credits would be nice. In regular Forza games, I tend to stick to the career. In six, upgrading only exists to get cars you've won up to their max for theirs class. Buy a new car and it's auto-upgraded when you buy it. I doubt I'll do much in the way of single races or online play, so suping up cars is not something I'll be doing. I did that in Horizon, heaving upgrading nearly every car. But in Horizon, the opponents scaled so that when I was faster, so was everyone else. That worked fine. I understand that the same concept wouldn't jive with sixes career. But at the end of the day it just leaves me with a mountain of credits that I'm sure I'll end up using just to buy every expensive car just to say I did.
You can. The store is on a large icon called "FIND A CAR" on the car tab in the main menu where you buy all cars in stock condition, and the upgrade shop exists as it always has. When starting a career race it gives you the option of buying a car from a list filtered down to the race restrictions along with cars available in your garage, and new purchases will automatically be upgraded to the class limit when doing it this way. If your garage car is under the performance tier you will get the options to race anyway, automatically upgrade, or manually upgrade just like Forza 5.wait. you cant buy a stock car and them upgrade it as you please anymore?
wait. you cant buy a stock car and them upgrade it as you please anymore?
I've been playing since yesterday. I'm a Forza fan since the first installation and even enjoyed Forza 5 despite its shortcomings.
Forza 6 has improved in every way. I'd go far and say it's better than Forza 4. My gamertag is XenoGamerX. Feel free to add me.
I'm so stoked that GT350 is in the game. I've yet used it in the career but it basically sold me the VIP ticket. haha
Do you mean the difference between Normal and Simulation? I've had to use the former ever since Forza 5 on controller when I was a Sim user prior to that. In Forza 6 the sensitivity around the center of the joystick range definitely seems too high. Decreasing the inside deadzone from the default 24% to 5% can help alleviate that.
It actually did take me the entire weekend to get acclimated to the new physics and control, so give it some time. I'm at the point where I don't even remember what exactly my problem was when I started.
Do youself a favor and go back and pick up Horizon 2. It's a fantastic game, and I think it'll be long enough before we see another one that there is plenty of time to get your monies worth.
Oh ya? The first Horizon was just alright. It didn't see anywhere near the playtime that the other games in the series did. I think it was all the dude-bro Dirt 2 like layout that turned me off.
That said, I'll add it to my list. The One is probably going to be just for exclusives anyways.
So is this game worth it? I enjoyed forza horizon 2 immensely btw.
I made a sarcastic response to this last night, then didn't post it because it came across as too dick-ish and then forgot that I had not posted it.
the not dick response: yes it is worth it. even the ultimate edition.
the dick response: read the fucking thread, there is literally two pages of praise from long time FM players all thinking this is the best iteration yet, then your ass comes in and asks if its any good
Sorry for the confusion. Armenius covered it. You can buy a car and upgrade it as you please. In career mode, if you purchase a car while setting up a race series, it will auto upgrade it to the most efficient configuration for its class. You can still go back to find a car, buy what you please, and upgrade just as any other forza game.
It looks like I developed a ganglion in my throttle finger knuckle from playing this game too much, so taking a brake .
All the career races are based on car types with a class restriction, such as Global Touring Car at S800.Out of curiosity, is there any career races that are simply A class, B class, RWD, European, etc, etc?
All the career races are based on car types with a class restriction, such as Global Touring Car at S800.