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Re: 2019 rF Nationals Pro and Amateur (NA)

Posted: Sun Aug 25, 2019 6:37 pm
by aeffertz
TeamHavocRacing wrote:What's the consensus on erode? I saw some emotionally skewed assessments about it from a few sore losers, but from what I saw it was well received.


I think it makes the racing more exciting, fun and challenging, it just needs some more improvements; better lighting/shading update so we can run better looking decals, multi-core support so it can run smoother on more PCs, and just continue searching for that perfect setting between too smooth or too rough. From what I've gathered, I think most people enjoy the concept of erode, they just wish it was more polished. That's why most servers you play in have it and most tracks being released now have erode versions, but as soon as a track get's "too rough" or "too easy, not enough erode" they say erode is shit.

I know I and others have gone back and played on old tracks with no erode and it just gets dull rather quick now that we are accustomed to a deforming track.

Re: 2019 rF Nationals Pro and Amateur (NA)

Posted: Sun Aug 25, 2019 6:39 pm
by Ddavis
Erode was really good this season. I don't think we need it in Supercross. I miss the days where if someone is coming onto your inside into a corner you can square them up. That doesn't exist anymore in SX. The berms turn into huge ruts and it makes passing difficult and the rhythm sections come down to luck due to the poor lighting/shading on this game. In my opinion we should ditch erode in SX and just race the tracks how they are. Outdoors, however, we should keep erode and keep similar settings that we had this season, but work on the lighting/shadows and we'll be in a really good spot.

Re: 2019 rF Nationals Pro and Amateur (NA)

Posted: Sun Aug 25, 2019 9:17 pm
by Jeremy150
That was definitely true at the beginning of supercross, but once we switched our concept up and started the ruts at the 66% mark (similar to what you see on real SX tracks) it became very possible to square up the corner.

Re: 2019 rF Nationals Pro and Amateur (NA)

Posted: Mon Aug 26, 2019 5:21 am
by checkerz
Ddavis wrote:Erode was really good this season. I don't think we need it in Supercross. I miss the days where if someone is coming onto your inside into a corner you can square them up. That doesn't exist anymore in SX. The berms turn into huge ruts and it makes passing difficult and the rhythm sections come down to luck due to the poor lighting/shading on this game. In my opinion we should ditch erode in SX and just race the tracks how they are. Outdoors, however, we should keep erode and keep similar settings that we had this season, but work on the lighting/shadows and we'll be in a really good spot.


If ruts in jump faces worked properly, this would never be an issue either as it'd give a reason to deviate from the massive rut on the outside when the face went away and you couldn't jump into the section as big.

The rF crew IMO did a good job working with what they have been given. Until the system evolves more and some glaring issues are fixed I don't think you'll see any more huge gains.

Re: 2019 rF Nationals Pro and Amateur (NA)

Posted: Mon Aug 26, 2019 8:18 am
by AWood
i do agree that they improved in sx but honestly id still vote for no erode in sx but erode in MX is sick as

Re: 2019 rF Nationals Pro and Amateur (NA)

Posted: Mon Aug 26, 2019 6:20 pm
by Ddavis
checkerz wrote:
Ddavis wrote:Erode was really good this season. I don't think we need it in Supercross. I miss the days where if someone is coming onto your inside into a corner you can square them up. That doesn't exist anymore in SX. The berms turn into huge ruts and it makes passing difficult and the rhythm sections come down to luck due to the poor lighting/shading on this game. In my opinion we should ditch erode in SX and just race the tracks how they are. Outdoors, however, we should keep erode and keep similar settings that we had this season, but work on the lighting/shadows and we'll be in a really good spot.


If ruts in jump faces worked properly, this would never be an issue either as it'd give a reason to deviate from the massive rut on the outside when the face went away and you couldn't jump into the section as big.

The rF crew IMO did a good job working with what they have been given. Until the system evolves more and some glaring issues are fixed I don't think you'll see any more huge gains.


I agree with you, the rF crew did an incredible job working with what they were given and honestly made the absolute most of it and I'm appreciative of the work they put in, and you Chris, to get it to where it is today.

Re: 2019 rF Nationals Pro and Amateur (NA)

Posted: Wed Jan 01, 2020 12:49 am
by Jeremy150
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