Giving it a try right now. I still have to play around with some of the control schemes but I think I got the rest of the settings down to my liking. I’ll post the setting changes I made, I’m playing on a G29 btw.
Master volume 10, it’s too low as default. I'll probably change it again when I try with headphones on though. The engineer's voice through the DS4 controller is super loud.
FIeld of view .50, you cannot see the mirrors with default settings. Any higher and I find it starts to look weird. For me this setting is a good compromise.
Offset: Vertical .15, just so I can see out the front a little better.
Mirror angle .10, so I see a little less body work and more of whats behind me.
G29 vibration and Force feedback
On track effects: 25
Rumble strip effects: 30
Off track effects: 30
I turned these way down because it makes my wheel rattle around too much. The G29 isn't very powerful compared to the more high end wheels so it's constantly clipping with default settings, I'll probably change this again in the future. Everything else is default.
I will add my control scheme later on.
Edit: All of the other stuff is default, but here are my changes for the G29
Next camera: R3
Pit limiter: X
Push to talk: Button inside of red dial
Fuel mix incrase/decrease: the +/- buttons
Brake bias increase/decrease: the red dial
ERS mode increase decrease: L2/L3
Clutch and manual clutch are both mapped to my clutch pedal, but it shouldn't be a problem.
Started my career with Haas. I only had time for about 8 laps in an FP1 session so far, but my first impressions are the game looks great and sound has improved. The handling doesn't feel all that different, but the Haas car feels nice. Overall, It's just an evolution of the 2017 game but in spite of that, it's still really good.
As fir the halo column, it doesn't bother me in cockpit view, it blocks your view of a car when it's several hundred meters ahead but that's about it, no big deal.
Edited by MikeV1987, 24 August 2018 - 19:20.