No, but it's the first in nearly a decade and has been long requested.
No excuse now!
I really enjoyed Mad Max as well, although admit it was flawed. Coincidentally I recently submitted a review for Mad Max expressing these points: http://n4g.com/news/1827387...
Take your comments on board. But I think that is what I was getting at - it was a good tie-in but could have been so much more. And I knew of its intentions to be a taster for FH2 whilst plugging Fast and Furious 7 as mentioned in the review, which was fine when it was free but there's no incentive to buy it.
Thanks, that means so much to us!
We already have Forza and Gran Turismo for that. Project CARS is more about the number of racing disciplines you can try - think of it like the old TOCA Race Driver series.
This isn't from Milestone.
Yes, I like the added challenge. The controls are pretty intuitive.
This shouldn't have been reported. The other post was a rumour, whereas this is an official announcement with a trailer.
Yes! 4 player split screen as well as online.
Did you even read the article? It's actually quite defensive and sympathetic to the developers whilst pointing out DriveClub's strong areas that have otherwise been overshadowed by its online issues.
Because you can never have too many Nissan Skylines in Gran Turismo...
To the reporter: that story was focused on the Formula Three Car announcement. This is reporting the fact it's out now.
It's lifted from the in-game replays, but raw gameplay videos will follow soon. Strange they haven't released any official videos yet considering it's less than a month away now.
Previous games in the Forza series had over 500 cars, so Forza 5 was seen as a downgrade. In terms of car numbers, Forza 6 will no doubt be like the difference between GT3 and GT4.
Fact is, they're packing in lots more detail in next-gen car models, so they take longer to produce. Quality over quantity.
Forza 6 will have been in development longer though, so there should be at least twice as many cars as Forza 5 which was clearly rushed for launch.
The Crew is a lot more diverse than Fuel.
I was referring more to New York ;)
Traffic density was pretty good in my play-through.