I really can't motivate my self to do the other ones, because I have a better idea, which I will explain later...
...but from that one you can already see how our winner would turn to 3rd, just because he missed one race? Is that good or not? And typical to FIA points, the winner is not the one who won most races either...
Let me warn you, this new system is really unforgiving to those who do not enter all races!
...but it also displays the actual current standings for all players after each race, so there's less counting to do after the final event of the month.
Here's how it works:
1. Winner of each event gets as many points as there was participants in that event and the racer who got the last place gets 1 point. 2. Starting from the first race, racers are given ranks, these ranks may change after each race, depending on how high the racers place. First 3 racers are Professionals, next 3 Semi-Pro's and so on and so on... Once a racer reaches a higher rank, that rank will stick until the end of the month.
Let's see what the board would look like at the end of the month, shall we...
I think this system would motivate ppl to participate more regularly and that's ok with me. It also would motivate us, a bit slower racers, to go for our best possible times, even though we cannot possibly reach the podium. U should certainly make a poll about this...
uhm...sorry for doubleposting...I've just looked at the new tables u made by the new pointing system. I realised that number of gained points is directly dependent on number of entries in each race. Sometimes 1st guys gets even more than 20 points, the next time it's no more than 10. I don't feel this is quite right. What's wrong with the fixed pointing system? 1st always gets same points 8, 10,12 whatever. This way, some one could win a whole championship only if he is lucky enough to win in a race with extremely great number of participants. First 10 guys gets the points others can gain some extra point in the final month classification in ur way, whatever it is.... What the others think about this?
uhm...sorry for doubleposting...I've just looked at the new tables u made by the new pointing system. I realised that number of gained points is directly dependent on number of entries in each race. Sometimes 1st guys gets even more than 20 points, the next time it's no more than 10. I don't feel this is quite right.
Don't worry mate,
we've tested this before and it works OK.
And if you really think of it, it makes no difference whether the race is giving out 5 or 20 points as long as you enter them all. 1st place finisher alway only gets just 1 point more than the 2nd and so on.
This way, some one could win a whole championship only if he is lucky enough to win in a race with extremely great number of participants.
No they actually could not...
Even if you'd win a race of hundred people and gain 100 points, I'm pretty sure some of those hundred people would participate in some other races too. If the guy that was second even finished second to last in another race, he'd have 99 + 2 points which already exceeds that huge 100 points loot.
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Tonnzzaah (PC/360/PS4): Haven't it been quite dead for a while now? It's really a shame, as back when this was awesome place to hang out, and, well. I did stop being that active here, as unfortunatelly I kind of lost my love towards Need For Speed games. It's a shame, really...
Oct 14, 2017 20:58:24 GMT
CmdrTomalak (PC/PS3/PS4): Still playing NFS 2015. Haven't checked out the newer ones yet. Payback looked like The Run. Anyone check it out?
Oct 27, 2017 15:25:41 GMT
TimTaylor (PC/PS3): hi, long time ago that i was here, atm playing forza fh3 and forza 7 and saw the ads for payback, maybe i buy it
Nov 18, 2017 17:41:33 GMT
TheGreenMonster (PC): I've been racing projects cars 2 but wanted to know if the newest NFS payback was compatible with a steering wheel does anyone know??
Dec 2, 2017 17:42:28 GMT
Bandit (PC/PS3/4): I upgraded my rig to a triple monitor setup and T300 and now am very much enjoying Assetto Corsa. One of the best racers out there atm.
Jan 14, 2018 12:05:15 GMT
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Jan 22, 2018 20:21:36 GMT
CmdrTomalak (PC/PS3/PS4): Yep. Dead. Dead. Dead... Somebody should put it out of its misery. It all started waaaaaay back when Most Wanted came out and we all met on the EA forums and decided to branch out on our own. Sad way to go...
Mar 28, 2018 17:40:31 GMT
Tonnzzaah (PC/360/PS4): And unfortunately, the way Need For Speed games were for quite long time didn't help this place at all, for starters, I dropped off from NFS games completely. I did get both Shifts, Hot Pursuit (2010) and later Rivals, but they weren't enough...
Apr 8, 2018 15:00:56 GMT
Chandrian: I don't know how many of you know, but for a while, NFS World has worked very well on a public online server (probably a month or more since it became more stable), containing over 150k registered players.
Sept 7, 2018 14:15:36 GMT
Chandrian: The sync is now allowing races with more than 2 players, and pretty much all original NFSW features are working. The best part is that everything is available for in-game cash on this server.
Sept 7, 2018 14:15:53 GMT
Chandrian: You have to start with a new driver profile, but the progression isn't that hard. If you wanna play NFSW online again, then I advise downloading the launcher of this online server and also joining this Discord server:
Sept 7, 2018 14:16:13 GMT