2022 MotoOption Supercross Round 3 San Diego

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Re: 2022 MotoOption Supercross Round 2 Oakland

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I think you are going about making your point in the wrong way. If you just showed an instance of your preferred traction working well, it would be easier to evaluate your viewpoint. Right now, your argument only exists as a hypothetical presented in a long rant every couple weeks. I disagree with your opinion on traction, but I think you make valid points - they just come across as condescending most of the time. We're not too stupid or too far gone to like slick traction, we just didn't like it for the 4-5 years we raced with it.
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Re: 2022 MotoOption Supercross Round 2 Oakland

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KTM57 wrote: Fri Jan 14, 2022 4:27 am I think you are going about making your point in the wrong way. If you just showed an instance of your preferred traction working well, it would be easier to evaluate your viewpoint. Right now, your argument only exists as a hypothetical presented in a long rant every couple weeks. I disagree with your opinion on traction, but I think you make valid points - they just come across as condescending most of the time. We're not too stupid or too far gone to like slick traction, we just didn't like it for the 4-5 years we raced with it.
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We don’t want to give too much away right now as we are still very early in development, but from what our crew has been able to achieve with smaller scaled motocross tracks, with a more realistic traction and some impressive erode setting, the game is basically going to change (I hope). I can tell you that I’ve never in my entire time playing mxsimulator seen battles as realistic and close as I’ve seen on the tracks we’ve made, and I’ve never seen people actually take multiple lines that ended up being the same speed, and erode that actually slows lines down and makes rough ruts, not wall ruts. It’s amazing and we’re very excited to get it started hopefully within the next few months.
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Re: 2022 MotoOption Supercross Round 2 Oakland

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KTM57 wrote: Fri Jan 14, 2022 4:27 am I think you are going about making your point in the wrong way. If you just showed an instance of your preferred traction working well, it would be easier to evaluate your viewpoint. Right now, your argument only exists as a hypothetical presented in a long rant every couple weeks. I disagree with your opinion on traction, but I think you make valid points - they just come across as condescending most of the time. We're not too stupid or too far gone to like slick traction, we just didn't like it for the 4-5 years we raced with it.
You're right, often times I find myself raging about the potential of this game being wasted on what I think is the wrong way to do things. My bitterness towards the current racing is reflected in my posts and honestly i'm sorry. Ranting on the forum isn't the way to go about it.
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Re: 2022 MotoOption Supercross Round 3 San Diego

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First post updated with San Diego
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Re: 2022 MotoOption Supercross Round 3 San Diego

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