You’ll earn more credits playing the game than whining about being broke on the forum.
That, and if you developed a little self-discipline, then maybe you could save up the money for the expensive cars instead of buying 200 cheap ones.
How is it even possible to be at that level and broke
Every one else i see at that level has about 50 millions on hand unless thats what you call broke lol
Sell most of the HE cars you have at the Auction House and you’ll make 20-30 millions.
I’m pretty sure the game is not designed for you to have that amount of cars. you should’ve bought cars that are good in that class.
Also I have the same problem with the wheel spin, 8 out of 10 I get below 10,000, usually 2,000
From another thread, this is what I do. And it isn’t grinding out the same race. Use the HE cars. I would personally use the skills boost cars.
I do feel bad that you made the mistake
Best way to make XP (gains wheel spins) is to race as much as possible. This is easily accomplished at circuits using blueprint to up the lap count to what ever is tolerable for you. My son only does about 10 laps or so per race (keeping the race down to 10-15 min) I usually do 25 laps or so. Keeping races from 25min to 40 min
If focus is on XP then reduce the difficulty of drivatars to new racer or just above that. XP is not affected by drivatar difficulty. And having them not around messing with you after 3 laps allows you to not rewind/ or hit anything keeping ultimate clean skills and allows you to keep skills chains going all of which affects your XP , fans and credits. Maybe even set up championship of 3 to 10 circuits.
When you get skills boost car (I use huracan HE) use that car and there is a renewable skill perk that gives 3x score to XP for skills performed. I often get more XP in skills then the race actually gives.
The method above allows me to go through races and complete differing tracks and progress with out the feeling of grinding. Also helps with becoming Very familiar with the circuits which will help you on line and rivals
Of course there is also the Goliath circuit that is 28miles long. When doing that one a s2 or faster car is beneficial. I do a lap in just under 10min so 2 laps 20min race, or 4 laps in 40min
You and I think alike! LOL! I also do New Racer difficulty, I also drive the Huracan HE and I also use that same perk you mentioned! I did yesterday a 20 lap Goliath race and earned over 3.2 million XP, going from level 477 to level 518. Levels beyond 300 require more XP to level up. That race took me 4:13:57 which, at over 12.5 minutes per lap average, is slow for S1, but that’s because I focused heavily on skills to get more XP, and skills (especially drifting) can slow you down, that’s why I do New Racer difficulty. I got plenty of credits in the bank, so I’m not interested in raising difficulty- in fact, I still got 2.7 million credits for that race, thanks to still getting a 35% bonus for certain assists off, as well as a renewable perk that doubles the base credit payout for one exhibition race.
I read the thread title as “Always a Bloke” lol
Only got 4 million
Wouldn’t call that broke
I only have 2 million if that
Glad that credits arent being thrown at you like in forza 6
Makes it pointless to have too much credits
I don’t do the Goliath. I do all the circuits/ scrambles and then do some sprints and off-road to keep it interesting.
I use to use the XP cars but I find the skills ones to actually earn better especially when you can keep chains going, and all it requires is about 10 laps or a little less. (Not talking bout Goliath) I absolutely destroy skills points at the rolling meadows circuit in the huracan tuned by PTG Jaime (s2) there literally making 3x the XP of the race.
My method isn’t so much repeat giant course over and over., although no one can say that that method isn’t effective