Just bought the S2000, first i was surprised that it had no bodykit parts at all anymore,
pretty sad display for an Import Tuner and i know the last Forza game i played had at least the few regular kits, but then i noticed this isn’t even the normal S2000 but an “S2000 RC” with an uuuugly blocky front (and it is the only option)… eeew what happened there! WHY?
Next thing i notice as i start driving, the stock Spoiler starts to vibrate and wobbles around the entire time, i’ve never seen that on any car in the game, i really hope this is a bug and gets fixed because i can’t stop looking at this thing wobbling around, it looks soooo weird.
//edit: correction: it is BOTH rear wings that wobble, not only the stock one but the standard generic Forza spoiler as well! …and there is no option to just not have a spoiler either.
That looks terrible and is distracting to no end.
If they want to make something wobble, how about the rumble in the Gamepad, that rumbles not nearly enough.
//edit: bought a new Mazda MX-5, that one can’t be in the series for too long as its a recent model, no Spoiler wobble there. I got 90+ cars in the game so far, no other car seems to do this.
Maybe you are thinking of the animated spoilers that move when you drive faster in some of the modern super cars and so on… ?
I have also noticed that, to my knowledge, the S2000CR is the only car with rather obvious wing physics. It was present in Motorsport 7 as well. I’ve always kind of enjoyed seeing it wobble around like that, it shows that carbon fiber isn’t completely rigid, but that it has flex. Why it isn’t prevalent on others cars, with even flimsier wings idk, maybe I just haven’t noticed. At the end of the day though, nothing could stop me from driving the S2K, I’ve even had my wing not even load in during a race on FM7, though it didn’t seem to affect my downforce. Also yea, where is my AP1 s2000, I don’t mind the Club Racer, but I’d sure like an F20 back in the game.
His view should be whatever he feels comfortable with.
I’m a sim racer and swear by using the most realistic options for any given car, be it stick/paddle/sequential shifting, driver view, realistic driver aids legal for series or what a car comes with in real life etc. But I don’t dictate what others should do. Neither should you.