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Submitted by Rashid Sayed 363d ago | rumor

Rumor: GTA 5 Vehicle Physics Will Vary From Car To Car, Will Depend On Custom Parts

"If you are a Grand Theft Auto 5 fan, here is a small bit of information that you may be interested in. Vehicles have always been a big part of the Grand Theft Auto series and it will be no different in the latest iteration." (Grand Theft Auto V, PS3, Xbox 360)

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isarai  +   363d ago
How is this a rumor? it's common sense!
It's a rumor because this is nothing but GTA4.5 and in GTA4 every vehicle handled like it was driving on ice.
isarai  +   363d ago
nope
Nafon  +   363d ago
Well I thought having a stiffer suspension, bigger brakes and better brake pad compounds (that don't affect the appearance of the car in any way) wouldn't affect the handling of the car! - author.
FanboyCrusher  +   363d ago
Honestly that's asking a lot of the PS3/360. With all that game is doing already this would just be a RAM hog running in unison.

If the custom parts just broke off from crashes in a different way that wouldn't make much difference, but we'll see.
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3-4-5  +   363d ago
How is it asking alot ? Every Forza game does that x10 this gen.
FanboyCrusher  +   363d ago
It also isn't running one of the biggest open worlds, with a ton of other stuff going on around it. Delusional kids thinking this is going to run like butter, don't say I didn't warn you.
ZBlacktt  +   363d ago
I hope so, man I couldn't drive the cars for crap in GTA IV, lol.
isarai  +   363d ago
i loved the car physics in GTA IV, it was something really satisfying once you master it, jack knifing a sports car then shooting cops while going in reverse is something jizzworthy to pull off. I like things that i can master, especially when they have quite the learning curve, makes things far more satisfying, maybe i'm in the minority though
CarnageXB  +   363d ago
Many might disagree with me but I liked the way the cars handled in GTA4. I can do some cool stuff in them.
YodaCracker  +   363d ago
I agree. The car handling in GTA IV was very dynamic and engaging. Rockstar clearly put a lot of effort into perfecting it. Driving feels like an afterthought in other open world games like Saints Row or Sleeping Dogs with their poor handling models and lack of suspension or any sense of realism and weight to the cars.
LAWSON72  +   363d ago
I thought driving was very fun in Sleeping Dogs it felt like a arcade racer, very well done IMO
Skate-AK  +   363d ago
GTA4 handling was bad. Now Sleeping Dogs has some of the best handling in an open world game. IMO anyways.

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