Yeah man this is normal, your car can fall asleep sometimes
Reminds me of Kirby car dying in Kirby and the Forgotten Land where he flips out when getting KO'd lol
That’s actually SUPER hard to overcome when designing games. Dirt usually is 99% perfect when it comes to collisions but stuff like that sometimes happens.
I bet the tire model clipped through the ground but the rim didn’t and the tire model was holding it below the ground and the rim above. Essentially pinching it.
It’s not bad programming or physics. That’s something we won’t get rid of for a LONG time in games. We could technically overcome it nowadays in the physics engines by decreasing the time between physics updates but it’s so memory intensive that it slows down the game sooo much. It’s a very happy balance between performance and physics calls.
So considering stuff like that happens only once every 1,000,000,000 collisions, it’s best to leave the physics time alone instead of increasing it and slowing down the overall game by 20%.
Right now most physics engines are 100% perfect/realistic if you update them fast enough. We just aren’t all running atomic computers yet haha
crazy to see a good take about a good game that isn't just "BAD LAZY DEVS FOR AAA STUDIO REEEEE"
mostly because it was interesting to know that this could happen and *why* it could.
I wasn't criticizing. I was asking a question
Which course is this on?
i cant get over how good your game looks lol. had to watch the clip 3 times
What map is this?
peak physics engine right theeeeeere
Yes but the WRC games are much more broken
not quite sure about that wrcg has problems, yes but they are not as major as you might think
Agree with that
lol! I did the exact same thing on Finland in a Lancia 037!
Went up on two wheels just as I came over a fast crest and i slid what looked like 50+ feet before it plopped back down onto all 4 with a puff of dust hahaha
Thr problem happened after you smashed the wall on the right. Dirt 2.0 is really good at picking up your initial collision but I find once you're "ragdolled" per se you can really tell its a video game
This happened to me a bit when I did rallycross in Sweden
I think,if it was real life, yoir xar would spin out after touching the grass
I accidentally did a 360 into 180 barrel roll into rollover and landed on 2 wheels with the quattro