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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by crazikyle, Jan 26, 2016.
To me it feels like forever since we haven't had a new car in ages... I am so excited!
A clue we never noticed :
those are factory ae86 wheels. The Ibishu Superma wheels seem to be exact knockoff's to the corolla wheels showed above. i mean , even the ibishu badge has the same color.
Who knows what gabe is working on. if its an actual ae86-styled car , i can't wait
Who knows if this AE86-styled car would be a Ibishu or a Hirochi...
look at the wheels.
Ibishu superma wheels are totally for hirochi cars
my guess would be the update will come close to the 25th just because holiday celebration, but yeah it has been a while since an update happened, we will just have to wait and see
Surely the devs will have other things to do on christmas day other than writing a change log and pushing out an update. Plus, they don't have a history of releasing updates for the holidays, my guess would be the update coming out any time in december.
So far Hirochi is this "ultra mega hyper sports car company that creates sports car sports cars"
While Ibishu is the one that makes more sense to be alike what jap cars were. I am kinda bothered that it seems they want to keep it like that. I would love to see something more of a supercar (like a skyline or RX7 or Supra copy) with an ibishu logo and the 86 with the hirochi logo.
After all, the Covet is based on a Honda Civic, and the Sunburst is a copy of a mix between the Mitsubishi Evo and the Toyota GT86.
There is an IBISHU logo on the AE86 type wheels. Are you blind?
yes. i said that i would like it to be a hirochi so that they break the routine of hirochi making fast cars and ibishu making slow cheap cars. Are you blind?
2 month and 2 day if release tomorrow, probably the longest third digit update since v0.3 to v0.3.1
2 months and 5 days, as my statistics tell me this update will be the fourth longest update if devs release this tomorrow
when was the longest time in between updates?
Update will come out on the 16th and the pug fix update on the 23rd.
If the big update came out on the 23rd we'd have to wait until after Xmas holidays (for the devs) for a bugfix, which can be a problem...
I would enjoy a pug fix one in a while, as well with a update
Man. I need that pug fix. Cant live without them.
I guess the mug fix was the last update we received.
Half of that won't be around for a long time, she me of that hasn't even been begun, and one of those things will never really happen....
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So, I guess the update might come soon....
Either before or after Christmas break....
Or exactly on Christmas morning, which would be really interesting
OR it could never come out. You never know...
Obviously it will, probably (hopefully) tomorrow.
Statistics for days between third/second digit updates:
v0.3 to v0.3.1: 323 days;
v0.3.1 to v0.3.2: 3 days (hot fix);
v0.3.2 to v0.3.3: 5 days (hot fix);
v0.3.3 to v0.3.4: 5 days (hot fix);
v0.3.4 to v0.3.6: 66 days;
--- v0.3.6 to v0.4 are frequent experimental updates, they will be ignored here. ---
v0.4 to v0.4.1: 63 days;
v0.4.1 to v0.4.2: 49 days;
v0.4.2 to v0.4.3: 43 days;
v0.4.3 to v0.5: 48 days;
v0.5 to v0.5.1: 12 days (minor update);
v0.5.1 to v0.5.2: 41 days;
v0.5.2 to v0.5.3: 31 days;
v0.5.3 to v0.5.4: 39 days;
v0.5.4 to v0.5.5: 10 days (minor update);
v0.5.5 to v0.5.6: 36 days;
v0.5.6 to v0.6: 49 days;
v0.6 to v0.6.1: 6 days (minor update);
v0.6.1 to v0.7: 67 days;
v0.7 to v0.8: 78 days;
v0.8 to v0.9: 117 days;
v0.9 to v0.10: 114 days;
v0.10 to v0.11: 95 days;
v0.11 to v0.12: 131 days;
v0.12 to v0.13: 101 days;
v0.13 to v0.14: 109 days;
v0.14 to v0.15: 51 days;
v0.15 to v0.16: 134 days;
v0.16 to v0.17: 105 days;
--- Since third digit updates are now hotfixes and minor updates, they will not be recorded. ---
v0.17 to v0.18: 115 days;
v0.18 to v0.19: 121 days;
v0.19 to v0.20: 120 days;
v0.20 to v0.21: 131 days;
v0.21 to v0.22: 104 days;
v0.22 to v0.23: 93 days;
v0.23 to v0.24: 156 days;
v0.24 to next: ?
Conclusion: Since v0.16, BeamNG now generally updates 3 times a year with a average update gap time of 119 days, or 17 weeks, or roughly 4 months.
I think the hopper is likely.