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Whats the difference between online and offline mode?

Discussion in 'TDU1 - PC' started by Koenigsegg, Jan 24, 2008.

  1. Koenigsegg

    Koenigsegg Meh.

    Plz help, i have noo idea if online mode is a completely different thing or ust if you log off ur account (gamespy):badspelling:
  2. Iced_Bullet

    Iced_Bullet Cheese=Milk's Death Route

    Norfolk, UK
    Online allows you to cruise with "real" people, and actually complete the game, as you have to complete multiplayer races to get 100%.

    Offline lets you cruise with AI cars, and you cannot get 100% game completition. Online is much better imo, as the cruise are miles better :)

    TDU-RAZOR Laid Back User

    Rotherham, UK
    OFFLINE: you can see police cars and they also chase you and set up roadblocks
    ONLINE: you cant see police cars and they just issue automatic fines when you reach max wanted level

    OFFLINE: you cant complete the game (get to 100%)
    ONLINE: you cant complete the game (get to 100%)

    OFFLINE: the clubs arent visibla and dont work
    ONLINE: the clubs are now visible but still dont work

    OFFLINE: the diners arent visible as enterable objects but are visible in game, & cheats dont use them
    ONLINE: the diners are visible (and enterable) but the cheats abuse them

    ONLINE: you get to race with real people in multiplayer races that quit when they start losing
    OFFLINE: you get to race with ai bots that never quit when you overtake them

    ONLINE: you can cruise with real life players (upto a max of :cool: and even add them to friends
    OFFLINE: you have to follow the ai bots to form a cruise, and none of them need any more friends

    ONLINE: server downtime prevents gameplay
    OFFLINE: you dont get any downtime really tbh

    ONLINE: you may experience 2types of lag (graphical and connection)
    OFFLINE: you will only experience the graphical lag

    ONLINE: you belong to a profit margin and a online community
    OFFLINE you belong to a profit margin and not much else

    i got to stop now... i could go on but my brand new baby hamster has just woke up and i want to watch his tiny little body dig in the sawdust...
  4. DriftNismo

    DriftNismo 87 Civic GT

    London, UK
    To answer your question: Yes, it is, you have to create a whole new account, you can't just log in with your offline one.
  5. Koenigsegg

    Koenigsegg Meh.

    ok i think that helps thanks to all!
  6. aNoN_

    aNoN_ Rookie

    Ok i dont get these two. Why are you not able to complete the game in any case? Not even offline? You must be able to complete a game mustn't you?

    And why is there clubs in the game when they doesn't work?
  7. ShadowGT

    ShadowGT I <3 Boobies!

    Melbourne, Australia
    Everything he just said is true >_> it's kinda sad
  8. hesonly5

    hesonly5 Hungry Hungry Hippos! :D


    The clubs are an online multiplayer feature that doesn't work. For this reason, you can't fully complete the game (ie, get Ace/100%/funny filled in crown) unless you happen to have four computers with four legal copies of TDU with four playes on a LAN network. Or a corrupt profile, which is more likely :rolleyes:

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