BUG Winch stays connected even if disconnected. Scene In D535 carriage + small log trailer both filled with logs. Pulling a working B151 with same config then I hit a bump detached the winch witch was on drive..... Moved forward with the D because the carriage was kinda leaning, then attached the winch again to the B and put it into pull, to pull the carriage down. Got it Down and saw I will have to solo each truck past the next bit so I detached it but once I did that and tried moving with the D, the B would still be invisbly attached holding me back since the Handbrake on the B wouldn't disingauge. And if I reattached the winch ( not same point, didn't test everything) it would still be also invisble attached along side the new attachment. Releasing again didn't fix it I had to switch to a diff truck and then return.
@DeathCore I saw that long ago but that is kinda limiting request. All we really want is a simple shit up, shit down button that we can also manually choose on the xbox controller, if you can't add it to the controller atleast a keyboard button ..... A up X down like 99.99% new cars games have how hard can it be to add this I mean it is required in a game revolved around mud.(Excluding the option for people with the hardware to do manual shifting with shifters). If I want to shift into second up a hill or even third let me be in charge not some system that sees ohhh wait I must shift the revs are getting a bit high and boom f***s up my hill climb. Is that to much I mean why be that one game that doesn't have this option even euro truck 2 witch is a old game revolved around trucks has this option.
It's simple why was this feature not in the old game. And to my understanding won't be in the new one either. This is 1 thing we wanted and if it was in the new game we would buy it straight away just for something that small. I'm sure a lot of people feel that this feature should be in the game and not require us to have shifters and steering wheels and all those nice stuff to have a simple feature like this. I mean by the looks of it you guys already have a gear indicator why no sequential shifting ?