Felt like E3 provided more this year.
Hard to argue with that one
But the FIA has certified the virtual championships as legit. As in, winning that will hold the same value as winning a real-world championships.
He said it in a different article OffRoadKing - https://www.finder.com.au/g...
I don't want to be the bearer of bad news, but Kaz isn't likely to do a GT7 - https://www.finder.com.au/g... - although that does not mean that a more fully developed career won't end up in GT Sport 2
I know people are ragging on GT Sport for cutting back the career, but I want that FIA license!
Yet that is a big problem. Why mid-gen consoles are a waste of time.
I'm kind of gutted. I really expected this to be the game that launched a gazillion PSVR ships. But sounds like I will stick with Dirt Rally.
There must be a Wolfenstein story somewhere in our future
Love the style of this game; just looks like a fun world.
I actually prefer linear gameplay. Open worlds shit me to tears nowadays; that's a young kids genre for people with lots of free time.
Looking forward to the R-Rated, Logan style Mario adventure in the future. Maybe after he ends up in jail after beating up Princess Peach while on Shrooms.
This is the big problem with Switch - https://www.finder.com.au/1... Too many of its potential audience have left the industry for mobiles.
Fans need to take this seriously I think. From what I have read, it is clear Sport is the future for GT as far as Kaz is concerned. This is the second generation of the series. Expect six GT Sports.
No way; the Switch will be lucky to get 50m. It's already slowed down a lot.
Maybe they are future proofing for a decade or more so they don't have to redo the assets again as they did this time.
Obviously this would have added to the delay, but I guess it means they will have more cars and tracks in the next game.
There will never be a GT 7
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