Game Developer Working to Ensure that Gran Turismo 7 will have Improved Collision and Impact Physics

Apart from better graphics, new car models, and better sound quality, game developer Polyphony Digital is also working to improve the collision and impact physics of the upcoming car racing video game Gran Turismo 7 when it officially rolls out to the PlayStation 4.

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TomLovesXBOX1266d ago

I have a feeling this is gonna blow everyone away when they reveal it. 1080p at 60 frames and it will probably be the best looking race game out. I can't wait :)

Crimzon1266d ago

Yeah, as long as there's no recycled PS2/PS3 content. If they pull that nonsense again I'm giving up on this series completely.

Me-Time1266d ago

No that's fair enough. I don't agree with your sentiment (I didn't click the disagree button either). But it's still going to look and play good. How can anyone deny GT's pedigree? Recycled content isn't always a bad thing as long as it's included in the game. Why are you making that out to be bad? I don't like using those cars, but there are plenty PLENTY of cars and a variety of them to choose from for me to continue having a good time.

Josuey1266d ago

whats funny is that the non recycled cars from GT still outnumber forza car roster

UltraNova1266d ago (Edited 1266d ago )

More is worse and less is better, huh Crimzon?

Personally, I don't mind bringing the car count down to say 600 if they're all premium quality inside out.

Hell, I dont mind if they include all the cars from the ps2 era as well since I know for a fact that when GT7 comes out it will top anything out there in term of quality.

So either way we'll get a winner no matter how you slice it.

cannon88001266d ago

@ Crimzon

So you would rather have fewer cars to choose from just because they don't have a bazillion polygons and high resolution textures? Gran Turismo 6 has over 1200 cars. Hundreds of them are from the ps2 era. Kazunori Yamauchi from Polyphony Digital said that it took them six months to model each of the cars for Gran Turismo 5. Six months. Let that sink in for a moment. I say let them keep those cars in the new game. There's no way they would be able to remake all of those cars and release the game in the next year or so.

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LifeInNZ1266d ago

Lets see some footage already. Should have been an announcement at E3.

Me-Time1266d ago

GT6 had it's own unveiling before E3 in 2013. Then they showed up in Spain in style. GT sells more games than any other PS exclusive, so SCE don't feel the need to give it as much or any publicity at E3 like regular ol' video games do. It's smart, but as a fan of GT and PD, I would really like them to give them their props on a grand stage. It's been way too long. They've already said it's PS's flagship title, but where's the love? I would definitely buy a SE PS4 of GT. I got the money now. And the wheel will be worth the purchase the moment I pop in GT7.

LifeInNZ1266d ago

GT6...dont you mean GT5.1. Honestly, that felt like an annual release after GT5 given how little it actually advanced the franchise.

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level 3601266d ago

Big question is - will better collision/impact physics be felt and seen instantly.. or will it be on increments/show up only once you hit higher levels ( again ) like GT6?

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