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Game has become very difficult

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Maybe i read something wrong, that the trophy difficulty is a 3/10?
Cant confirm this, because every race (ai is on "very easy") i lose right from the start even without mistakes.

Or maybe i am doing something wrong... does someone have the same problem to win a race?

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I thought the same for Ride 2. What helped was turning off the brake assistance! 

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First of all you never race with auto brakes in any racing game.

Second tune town traction control, Makes a difference of one second.

 

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Thank you guys for your response.

But even with the setting changes the opponents drive away right from the beginning.

Its not the point that a driving game is challeging (e.g. Gran Turismo), but for trophy-hunters the information about difficulty is irritating here i.m.o.

Maybe someone can proof that its not the game (the patch?) but me why the opponents overtake me on a straight race track?

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Have you upgraded your bikes? Better engine and tyres etc...

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Posted (edited)

That's a clear sign your R2 button is faulty. Change acceleration to R1 and you will see. 

 

If its not that then you're either using a very slow bike or not upgrading. Also note you can skip a lot of races. Either way this game is a 2/10 so something is wrong. 

Edited by GUDGER666
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