Iberia Discussion

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Re: Iberia Discussion

#2131 Post by YugoDriver » 22 Nov 2020 10:50

I agree with all of you. This year is really hard for the whole globe. Some of us lose their members of the family, job, friends due to a pandemic. There is a lot of stress so we must be patient and understanding.

In case of not releasing Iberia by the first half of December, I expect January or early February for release.

What would you guys more like to see, more detailed city road network or more roads?
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Re: Iberia Discussion

#2132 Post by Esproquet » 22 Nov 2020 11:06

I'd like to see plenty of cities in the coast and lots of open spaces inland. I prefer the Italian solution, freeway beltroads around cities, not getting inside. Only visiting small towns and midway villages. So far we've seen drive thorughs of Lisboa, Barcelona, Almería and Málaga (Olhão counts as small town).

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Re: Iberia Discussion

#2133 Post by Vinnie Terranova » 22 Nov 2020 11:39

Regarding road network I love to drive on a complex road network, I also love to drive in big cities, and ofcourse I love to drive in remote, desolate areas.

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Re: Iberia Discussion

#2134 Post by mackintosh » 22 Nov 2020 12:18

The last thing I want is driving through small villages. It's the main reason I haven't been back to RttBS once I finished exploring it. There's nothing more frustrating than having to brake and accelerate all the time. If I wanted to experience that, I'd just get in my bloody car and drive around Warsaw.

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Re: Iberia Discussion

#2135 Post by BRCKHMPTN » 22 Nov 2020 12:39

I'm pretty sure we'll have plenty of highways in case you don't want to take the winding roads which pass through villages, surely more than in RttBS.

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Re: Iberia Discussion

#2136 Post by Marcello Julio » 22 Nov 2020 12:57

Knowing how SCS works, it does not make their style several hours of work. The biggest example of this is how the content only arrives when it is completely finished. If so, we would be receiving rain of new content, full of problems. Pavel has already said in some streams that it does not make SCS style force your developers.
And I already said that here, I have no problem with Iberia being released only in the beginning of 2021. I prefer quality to something that is released with several problems. I believe that maybe SCS make a blog post explaining the reasons and difficulties of this year and they will take advantage and announce the postponement of Iberia.

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Re: Iberia Discussion

#2137 Post by natjer3 » 22 Nov 2020 13:16

Yes I expect them to possibly make a blog post about the postponement of Iberia to 2021.

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Re: Iberia Discussion

#2138 Post by Quark » 22 Nov 2020 13:22

BRCKHMPTN wrote:
22 Nov 2020 12:39
I'm pretty sure we'll have plenty of highways in case you don't want to take the winding roads which pass through villages, surely more than in RttBS.
Exactly. I expect a road network slightly dominated by highways where the winding country roads will still be present in decent quantities, quite similar to VLF.
The (potentially) perfect network if you ask me. It will also be the first DLC with such a highway dominant network since Italy 3 years ago (where the balance was too much in favor of the highways for my taste). Welcome variety.

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Re: Iberia Discussion

#2139 Post by Esproquet » 22 Nov 2020 14:00

natjer3 wrote:
22 Nov 2020 13:16
Yes I expect them to possibly make a blog post about the postponement of Iberia to 2021.
Lucky for them they didn't add any release date to be delayed.

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Re: Iberia Discussion

#2140 Post by YugoDriver » 22 Nov 2020 14:40

Idaho and Colorado have been released on planned time. I believe that some part of those teams is now polishing and working on final touches for Iberia. We are all waiting to see either release date announcement or one more blog post without "WIP" watermark.

Delay of release will be understandable but you also must know that SCS have deadlines for every year. So both outcomes have equal chances to happen.
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