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problem with car standardization.

Old 06-06-2018, 10:52 AM
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Hello,

Currently, car family standardization is making all the body types very similar. While this sounds like a good thing, I believe the opposite. The octane will always have the advantage in 50/50s, this is the main reason why it is the top played car. As more cars become closer there is literally no reason to chose anything else besides the octane because of that one advantage. Also has a huge advantage will dribbling making the hybrid useless.Some pros use Batmobile for its pinches and aerial ability, so this car makes it impractical to use Dominus or Breakout.I believe the other car families need to be given a competitive edge to bring a better balance to the game and to finally end this Octane meta.The dominus could go back to its state before it got nerfed hard. Make the dominus a bruiser, the dominus used to hit the ball harder/faster(barely) as well as bump and take bumps better(slightly)The Breakout could have the widest surface area i.e make it the widest longest car.The Hybrid could be the fastest car, again not crazy faster but just barely.

Please help.

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

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https://psyonix.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=355345&sid=8a0b1fcd48b57bb083a0e7d ea8fc5166
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