GP Bikes beta16b available!
Started by Myst1cPrun3, May 12, 2019, 10:32:28 pm
Quote from: Blackheart on May 13, 2019, 12:24:29 amImho the answer is easy; some bikes are "free" because the old teams are gone, so the people can change the phisics of these bikes and release some updates. If for example someone doesn't like something about an IMT or CAWS bike, they won't be able to change nothing, because we re still here. Most players here use only the third person view, so old or not working dashboards are not a big issue. Too many bikes and too few players
Quote from: Myst1cPrun3 on May 12, 2019, 10:32:28 pmThe 2014 STK 1000 machines have had an update for beta 15, and there is a new championship going ahead using these bikes, as well as the fact servers are using these bikes to test new tracks.I was just wondering why? Personally the bike type to me is what I'd choose to ride, superbike and 1000s and all, but there are other sbk mods put there, that are more modern and arguably better.For me, aside from the external 3d models being excellent, the dashboards are minimal, the sounds are glitchy, although replacement sounds out the database fix this, and the handling is a little odd, with no wet tyres visually for me the entire thing is due a massive update visually and handling wise.I'm not hitting on the creators by any stretch, I'm just wondering why people run this 'big bike' mod over others like the Wsbk 2017 pack for instance, which for me handles nicer, sounds a little better and looks very good visually in 1p and 3p.Just wondering what others see in these bikes and why these were updated, but the 2012 supersports, and the 2015 WSBK packs haven't been?