I was following it's development a long time ago but forgot about it. Looking for a 2004nascar style sim and that game looks pretty freaking great.I'm a subscriber. zercool84, don't be a dick, there are plenty of oval AND road courses on the service.
mizzou, what do you want to know about it? If you decide to sign up, let me refer you and net myself some free credit.
It's definitely the sim of all sims, IMO. The monthly cost isn't bad, especially considering that if you pay for a year or two up front, you can get it down to roughly $8/month. However, make sure you are aware that you'll have to buy a lot of the content in addition to that monthly subscription fee. You get something like 3 vehicles and 2 or 3 tracks, but you need to purchase the rest if you want to use them. Vehicles are $12 and tracks range from $12-$15.I was following it's development a long time ago but forgot about it. Looking for a 2004nascar style sim and that game looks pretty freaking great.
$14.xx per month isn't that bad....
Definitely. There are two major rankings that you need to be aware of while racing. The biggest is SR, or Safety Rating. There is an entire system in place that constitutes what leagues you can race in and what licenses you have depending on your SR.Are there repercussions if you suck and cause huge accidents?
Not really sure what exact hardware you'd need to max it out. I'm using an almost 4-year old E6600 Core 2 Duo and a GTX275, and I have everything pretty much maxed out with minimal slowdown.Hey peritus -
I tried this last fall and enjoyed it some but then my ancient (2004) gaming desktop bit the big one.
What processor and video card would I need to max iracing out? I don't want to dump a bunch of unnecessary cashola into a possible rig if I don't have to. Thanks!