Take a step back and think more about what your saying and see if you can come up with more thorough justifications for your points. F1 is the pinnacle of motorsport, people tend to forget the sport part in that. Mate with all due respect even the core gameplay of physics and handling needs to be improved drastically in Codies F1 series, but the presentation, in this thread the audio design specifically, is just as important and Codies haven't nailed any of these factors in over 8 years so far. Here's the twist though, Mr. I do personally feel that Codies sound design needs to step up their game even tho they slightly improved compared to F1 2016.
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Now factor in an engine that will take years to design. This might have been a slight exaggeration, but I truly think this video is overrated. F1 engine startup ringtone to your mobile. Brings several Classic Car sounds of same game to 2018 season cars. Offboard engine sounds surely have slightly improved over the years but if you compare it to what smaller studios have produced it's still nowhere near the perfection that could be achieved by a massively experienced and huge gaming company such as Codemasters, which is a shame in itself. Green initiative is ridiculous; the cars going to see the race are doing the real damage not the ones racing , and once those become more eco-friendly the spectacle of a roaring V8 will be even more incredible.
If they simply used the dyno sound technology to capture the actual onboard footage of each individual engine manufacturer, their work at Codemasters sound department would probably be much less complicated. The sound of being strapped into the cockpit obviously will be different but that's the sound that would be needed to be captured inside of the drivers helmet Nd those footages aren't available anywhere. That's one of the problems, though. If people want to be green and buy a 4 cylinder hatchback to use in their lives fine, I want the cars to sound angry and so do most of the paying public. And the way I see it, if anything, the game should try to capture the real life sound, how the engine would sound like if you were strapped in the seat yourself. And yes I do know what I am saying since I've been siting Grand Stand at the Shanghai F1 Grand Prix this year Not sure if it's the F1 2017 recording or the actual game sound from the video, but it does sound like they put to much Reverb on the engine sound making it sound like you're driving the car through a tunnel all the time. And I admit, judging by my real life experiences, the sound needed to be improved, but Codemasters did get better and better over the past few years.
And I admit, judging by my real life experiences, the sound needed to be improved, but Codemasters did get better and better over the past few years. . My first mod at here in RaceDepartment, and i wanted to share this Sound Mod i made for F1 2017. If this was their first game, it'd be understandable, if this was their second game it'd be acceptable, but after the third time it becomes a pattern, and this pattern of refusal to explain why these decisions have been made by Codies isn't something new, as mentioned 8 years have passed buyt no revolutionary improvements have been made so far, sketchy isn't it mate?! The current V6s are newer and being developed. Now factor in the whole car.
If you froze the V6 spec now and then jumped forward 5 years they would be cheaper. Read the full before submitting content. It would cut costs and improve both the racing and spectacle of the sport. They are not perfect, but should be close as possible you can get. Right from that moment I was absolutely hooked on F1 racing. Sound effects tunes and ringtones for mobile, you can download for free and without registration.
Renault and Honda can't catch Ferrari and Mercedes. The cars will require extensive redesigns, and by extensive I mean complete redesigns. But, quite frankly, I don't care if it would make sense for it to sound like the onboard footage. This might have been a slight exaggeration, but I truly think this video is overrated. The captured onboard sound of the V6 engines is notoriously bad and does in no way represent the real sound. Jenny Annem has stated that the sound engineers did actually capture real life footage at this years winter testing in Barcelona, that automatically begs the question whether or not they were speaking of the version currently available at E3 or if they were referencing the release version that is still being finalized as we speak, because the E3 promo footage is way off.
Relating to the original post, the last I saw was that it was going to be a 3000 rpm bump to the 1. One of the main push backs of sweeping changes in 2021 from the manufacturers was that any change to any different format would be more costly than sticking with the current engines. Kind of similar to the video posted. The captured onboard sound of the V6 engines is notoriously bad and does in no way represent the real sound. All the ringtones for your cellphone in a mp3 and m4r format, which means that they are suitable for any smartphones, iPhone, Android phone or tablet. This video doesn't even come close to the sensation of a V10 screaming past you in real life.