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rFactor 2 currently features recreations of Spa, Monza and Monaco as they were in 1966, and the team has licensed Formula One cars from each decade of the sport. Their goal is to have a machine to represent each evolutionary step the sport has taken.
e di seguito le risposte di Tim Wheatley, a chi chiedeva auto degli anni 50
e auto GT
I'm not sure what assuming gives you, except the ability to make an unhappy post. You guys shouldn't be disappointed, either. It's not possible to instantly make everything, and mention everything all at the same time....
I understand what you mean, but it's not possible really to be fair all the time to any particular genre of racing. I got a licensing deal this past weekend which has taken 10 months of discussion, and it went straight to the top of the development order as of today, regardless of it being the same genre of racing to other content which will come soon. On the other hand, I got a licensing deal done last week which took ONE DAY to get done, and it'll be second in-line. So you are going to have times when we seem to release all of one genre, then another time when we release a mixture, other times it'll be your genre. The signing process can take months, then we have to decide how best to take advantage of the timing. The guys I feel a bit sorry for are the oval guys, because we are planning mostly road stuff first, but it has to work that way for us to have in-place what we need before we start the oval stuff... It does make sense, even if it doesn't feel like it as a consumer....
It really depends on the cars. Some are single examples, some are a few liveries (either real of fictional liveries), others will be full series. Formula Two will be the full carset, and should be available at/around the 'gold'. The GT series is one that we will be adding individual cars to for a long time. There's plenty of car categories which all fit into that series.