Originally Posted by thisispreston
when you look at the global leaderboards for single player it lists everyone, with their playtime, medal level and 'score'.....
does anyone know what determines this score cos you are never given a score at the end of a race, you just get a time and a medal? so it must be calculated by other things you do in game other than get medals as there are people above me with lower medal levels in a longer playtime but have a higher score?
i presume it's a combination of things but was just wondering if anyone knew? does replaying tracks to get better times increase it for example, even if you already have the platinum medal?
I can't say exactly how the score is calculated, since I don't know.
What I do know is that zero faulting gives you a higher score than just a faster time. I've read on the RedLynx forums that it's better to zero fault a course and have crappy time, rather than a faster time and a couple of faults.
Once you've gained platinum, then yes, faster times will push you up the leaderboards.