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  • Kritical_Effect
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    I'm really not sure that speaking up about it is really going to matter at this stage in the game, but traffic control is totally non-existent in this mode. I've noticed that there are certain ways around an abundance of traffic by just playing for an extended amount of time and eventually the game starts producing less AI, but if you log in, go right to the Summit and enter an Escape, there is literally piles of traffic swirling circles in the middle of the road, so compacted together that they bump into each other, miles of buses and anonymous traffic on one side of the road while the other is absolutely clear, etc.

    As far back as I can remember, this has been a long standing issue that remains to be addressed. I mean I literally just came out of game after a 12 car pileup at the intersection of a round about. Are we just not capable of fixing this? I appreciate any an all feedback.

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  • CREW_ITALY
    175 posts

    @kritical_effect
    I have reported this problem many times even with video. Could you tell me if you play with Ubisoft or Steam, thanks? Friends playing on consol have the same problem but normal traffic does not have actual vehicle walls. The same problem is present on the N. York race walls of vehicles often stationary and you cannot pass sprouting in groups of 4 even of 6 every 10 seconds up to 41% of the race. Then you find them in the narrow streets on the curves and you cannot avoid them they are still waiting for it to pass to come against you. Even in the final 92% of the race the problem recurs, you can't avoid what comes out of nothing when cornering or braking or going off the road or crashing.
    Sorry my bad english

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