Apex Point Review
It offers a variety of customizations and race types so players can choose their own path. Its detailed yet accessible first-person customization and tuning allows gamers to modify their cars to suit any racing type they want, from drag racing to drifting or fully legal track racing. In this review, we will walk you through everything that you need to know about Apex Point and what to expect after the early access.
- Offers a variety of customizations and race types so players can choose their own path.
- Detailed yet accessible first-person customization and tuning allows gamers to modify their cars to suit any racing type they want.
- Features realistic dyno simulations along with wear systems that take into account mileage and other variables when determining part damage over time.
- Updates can easily corrupt a save.
- USB Pedals are not supported yet and will crash the game.
What to Know About Apex Point?
Apex Point's plot consists of building a career as both a racer and car enthusiast while having fun with your modified vehicles. The core concept is based on immersing you into the Japanese car culture by providing realistic mechanics and performance tuning options such as weight & aerodynamic simulation, tire pressure tuning, engine swaps & conversions etc.
Your goal is essentially to reach the top of the leaderboards in each discipline which will then allow you to gain fame & fortune while living out your automotive dreams.
Gameplay elements are quite varied. You have an open world environment with intelligent traffic system where you can explore different cities while engaging in multiple events such as drag races, drift challenges or street races etc.
Additionally there are plenty of performance parts available for purchase so you can customize your vehicle exactly as you wish -from exterior/interior modifications to fine-tuning tire pressure, wastegate pressure & ECU settings etc., all affecting how your ride handles in different situations.
Furthermore Apex Point features realistic dyno simulations along with wear systems that take into account mileage and other variables when determining part damage over time -all these factors make sure that each vehicle feels unique depending on how it’s tuned up or driven around town!
Finally there’s also a smart tire system that stretches tires depending on rim size allowing for different fitments for various styles driving preferences at any given time.
Graphically speaking Apex Point looks great considering its early access status – visuals are sharp enough without compromising too much on frame rate stability even when playing at higher settings; textures look believable enough for a game set in Japan although some more work needs to be done before release – nevertheless all animations feel smooth enough during gameplay which makes it even more enjoyable especially during intense races!
Absolutely! Although still unfinished due to early access development stages Apex Point already provides an enjoyable experience packed full of content; From realistic physics simulations down to comprehensive aftermarket parts shop setups -there’s something here for every kind of fan looking forward living out his automotive fantasies either alone or online once multiplayer gets implemented (which is planned). All things considered this title has tremendous potential going forward if developers address current known bugs like save corruption issues or USB pedal incompatibility.
But, overall it’s definitely worth checking out especially at discounted prices if interested!