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Drifting on the PC version

Discussion in 'TDU1 - PC' started by Mb, Apr 28, 2007.

  1. Mb

    Mb The Photographer

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    Hello! :)

    I tried to drift my Viper SRT-10 just now and it quite worked out well, in some corners.
    Controlling the power is hard with a wheel. Anybody who is not havind problems in drifting with a wheel? Tell me how please :)

    MartijnMb:badspelling:
     
  2. Car Freak

    Car Freak loves dirt too

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    You're lucky you have a wheel... All I'm stuck with is a keyboard... :(

    Saving up to buy a 360 controller for Windows though... (I'm only 15 you know, I can't afford a wheel)
     
  3. pizza52

    pizza52 New Member

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    Drifting in this game is pretty damn hard with the wheel I agree, but when you get it right it feels great. I prefer it being hard to say OutRun or Carbon style.
     
  4. Mb

    Mb The Photographer

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    Yesterday with the Viper i managed to do a perfect drift! :eek:
    I was even able to control the car when a car arrived :p
     
  5. TDU 505

    TDU 505 Clinically Insane

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    ok a little off topic but CAR FREAK im 15 and in singapore,what school u at?
     
  6. The Queen

    The Queen <3 Ferrari F50

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    I was drifting all yesterday with my ps2 controller holding R1 so it is pretty easy for me :D
     
  7. jeff82_nz

    jeff82_nz Lotus driver

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    I agree with pizza, I hate NFS:Carbon in general but especially the way it basically controls the drifting for you, the whole point of drifting is that if you can do it youre a good driver with loads of practice.

    Saying that, I havent had too much joy drifting in TDU, by the time I get to the back wheels stepping out Im spinning round with no control... :)
     
  8. Mb

    Mb The Photographer

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    I found a good car to drift, the Camaro Z-28! Easy to get sideways, and easy to control it.
     
  9. CarboyZR1

    CarboyZR1 Asian

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    I'm a couple years younger than you and I'm also stuck with a keyboard til I can get my 360 Controller.
    Just to tell you you're not alone.
     
  10. r3700GT

    r3700GT New Member

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    good cars to drift with Viper, 350z and the 575 very easy cars to drift without ending up facing the other way
     
  11. mowslotion

    mowslotion New Member

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    Well, I *had* a Viper before the 'savegame disaster' happened to me..

    I drifted well with an Audi TT, but it's like in a one fourth chance success rate.
    will it be easier using a keyboard or gamepad, maybe? i use wheel, fyi.
     
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