cory206 Posted December 20, 2018 Share Posted December 20, 2018 I love all of RDR2 but I particularly enjoy racing, with other real people, that's what makes online racing, obvs. Not winning a race is a challenge to try to win the next one. Again, seems obvs. So I'm good at racing, and although I play the full game a lot of my near-40 levelling has come from racing. I think that's allowed and ok. Today I joined a Race Series, won the 1st race (PtoP with a full field), won the 2nd (Open) and someone kicked, won the 3rd (Open) and got 3 kicks... So, I reined back, transferred to my big lumbering Shire horse Meg, and if I hadn't been shot in the back of the head going over Bart's Crossing (again!) then I would have won the 4th instead of coming 3rd... But by this time half the lobby are leaving and the other half are kicking me! I can only play a few races in a row because my heart starts racing too, and that's not good for me (I'm getting on) so I have to rest anyway and I left that lobby, but it hurts a bit, I don't shoot when I'm racing cos my aim is rubbish and I usually fall off and you don't gain points for killing, you just pull someone back in the race. I do punch people, but only if they punch first, or if I feel like it, but generally not aggressively, I would much rather race alongside someone and get my nose ahead before my fist... though I do enjoy a good back and forth punchj-up, not saying I don't. What I don't get is why some people just cannot take being beaten by a better racer in a race. Surely if shooting other people is your thing that day, got to a Showdown. You want to race? Go to a race, you want to kick people when they beat you fairly? Got to kindergarten and start again. Thanks, had to get it out... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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