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The difficulty settings in single player are adaptive by default. The idea behind this is that the game starts off very easy but will become harder as you progress and get better. The difficulty setting will be adjusted in smaller increments as the difficulty approaches your skill level. This adaptive difficulty feature can be disabled in the settings and you can then adjust the opponent skill freely using a slider from easy to hard.
The more you increases the difficulty, the more credits you can recieve. You can also upgrade the car, within the limitations of the cup, to improve the chances of victory. Having a car closer to the maximum restriction of a cup will make the race easier to win than having a slower car. Cup restrictions will make sure you cannot enter a cup with a too powerful car compared to the rest of the opponents.
If Hot Lap is played in Single Event, you can race against ghost cars instead of physical opponents. These ghost cars are your sessions best ghost and your all-time best ghost. These ghost cars can be disabled from the Options menu if you’d prefer not to see them. There is no lap limit in Hot Lap in Single Event, so you can end the session at any time from the pause menu.
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