Dirt4 vs Dirt Rally 2 handling

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#1 AlexKidd5000
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I seriously hope that Dirt5 goes in the same direction as Dirt4 when it comes to handling. I had a blast with Dirt4, than started up DR2.0, and I couldn't keep the car on the damn road, even with the slowest, least powerful car, I kept flying off the road, and rolling multiple times. I'm guessing that DR2.0 took a more realistic approach? Because my god, it's unplayable.

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#2 mclarenmaster18
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Well, you must get used to realistic driving physics on DiRT Rally 2.0 to enjoy it.

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#3 osan0
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I suspect dirt 5 will follow dirt 4. The dirt rally games are indeed a very different animal. They need a lot more practice.

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#4  Edited By AlexKidd5000
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@osan0 said:

I suspect dirt 5 will follow dirt 4. The dirt rally games are indeed a very different animal. They need a lot more practice.

For years I tried to convince myself that sims were the only way to go, but they are just not fun. In ProjectCars 2 I was using the mini cooper, and the damn car just wouldn't go straight, it kept zig zagging across the track crashing into walls, it's like what the hell is wrong with this car?! Are cars really this hard to drive in real life? (never driven), because if they are, cars suck ass lol

Arcade racers are the only racers worth a damn, at least you have control over the damn car!