Forums: discussion thread on crashing and griefing in multiplayer
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Why did I get banned in the game? I did nothing wrong.
What is permissible and expected etiquette during races?
"He slammed into me!" "No, he didn’t slam you, he didn’t bump you, he didn’t nudge you. He rubbed you. And rubbin’, son, is racin’.” - Days of Thunder (1990)
Given the range of skill level and difficulty in translating seat-of-the-pants awareness to virtual racing, some contact between cars should be expected. However, while the rubbin'-is-racin' viewpoint may be entertaining for spectators, it's not fun for players looking for clean racing. Forza is not intended to be a combat sport, and griefing is a violation of the Xbox Code of Conduct. The Rules of Engagement thread in the FM6 forum goes over tips for proper racing, including: holding your line, when to pass and when to back off, giving back position after contact, using your mic to communicate apologies to other players, and patiently avoiding the first corner pileup. Players should never target others or retaliate for being wrecked, because this could result in the retaliating player being banned. Learning to race cleanly is vital to becoming successful in online events such as Leagues and the Forza Racing Championship. See www.drivingfast.net for tips on various driving skills.
How do I report a griefer or inappropriate livery?
Use the Xbox Live Reporting function to report abusive behavior, and Mute verbally abusive players. Again, do not retaliate or you may find yourself banned as well, and do not name-and-shame others on the forums; let the enforcement team deal with these issues.
Forums: discussion thread
Does Friction Assist apply in multiplayer?
Lobby hosts can turn this assist off in the options. According to Turn 10: "It's a learning tool for new players. Friction Assist is disabled in Rivals and most "common" hoppers but available in beginner hoppers."
Forums: discussion thread on Friction Assist effect
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(Written by Manteomax)