Jesus take the wheel!

Higgins! When I said you can relax a bit and throw your feet up since it’s such a long drive I didn’t think that I would have to remind you to at least keep a hand on the steering wheel!

Jokes aside, this isn’t the first example of lazy modeling I’ve seen in Transport Fever. But I do really like the game, and it’s not really a game you’re expected to zoom into every little detail so I’ll give the developers a pass.

No steering wheel rebound

If someone doesn’t make a run for the ball at a kickoff the other team can get a free shot. If you’re bad like me, you might miss that shot. But you get lucky and get your rebound. Nothing crazy but this is the first time I was able to do that without even using my steering wheel.

My holy opponent

It feels so unfair playing against the son of God. I mean when he hit the ball into a water hazard it floated on top and he simply walked on over there and took the shot to land on the green! Glad I didn’t put money on the game.

Mission status: Cyberpunk’d

Yup, thanks to the crap respawn (I removed the car from the garage, but had the road blocked by my old car, moved it out of the way, then came back to this) I got for this car when I removed it from the garage, I had to somehow flip it. I had no idea that my bullets were this powerful. The cherry on top? It landed upside down so I STILL couldn’t finish the optional objective. Not a game breaking bug, but definitely messed up the mission.