Last week’s arrival of the Mazda RX-Vision Concept GT3 means that GT Sport now officially has twice the content it did at launch
Great support for a new take on gt, as much as I've enjoyed it, hopefully the next is a return to a more traditional gt, I'm hoping they just integrate sports online modes wholesale but who knows.
Amazing game amazing support from polyphony
It really is a great sim racer, have played it almost daily from launch, been fun to play through as its grown.
I know there is a GH release of this but does anyone know if there will be a definitive edition at some point? One with all the DLC and spec upgrades on disc?
Dont know if they will bother or not now Darth, they did do a spec 2 disc release but that was a while ago, it would be a very good idea to be fair.
They might make a separate game, but they won't stop making the Sport Series because of its focus on competitive racing. People actually like serious racing.
That's why I'm hoping they integrate it into the main series as its online mode, it is a fantastic way of racing others, theres no disputing that.
and with covid e-racing is pretty much all we have. i must admit it has been fun watching the pros race in gtsport https://www.youtube.com/wat...
The races really are cool, I think the voice overs really add to the feeling, nothing else like it.
I think it was already confirmed by Kaz and PD that the next GT will be more traditional but it will also have the Sport mode for online racing aswell as traditional lobby’s.
Hope so, sounds like a good way forward, plus, as a bonus it will keep both old and new fans happy, it's a win win.
I do want my A-Spec back. The campaign mode release for GT:S was OK, but it didnt really feel like progression. I dont care if they keep it as part of GT:S just to keep that running, but something a little more beefy.
That's exactly my feelings, the campaign, while never really ment to be there, was serviceable, but it def missed the older feeling of progression, I do hope they keep sport alive within the next game, I really like the way it's been set up.
Great support for the game over time with free content. I will say this though, with all the nice cars in it, you would hope the next GT puts in many non professional tracks to drive on. Driving through a forest. Driving next to the coast. Winding turns through a mountain range. Next gen environments and lighting could really open up. Sometimes you just want to drive like in real life. Nice car of your choice, nice tunes and nice environments to Zen drive. Not sure about anyone else. But I do that in real life. Road trip. And there's something about a long curve while holding the line. And a slightly hilly road that's kind of roller coaster like. Good grip, non squeaky shocks, comfortable seat, great steering and good speed. Something about it. When you can't experience that all the time in real life, a game like GT NEXT could fill in the gap besides the thrill of competition and license getting which is more about testing your own abilities than anything. Sport having nice environments for photos or attract interludes are cool. But it sucks you can't drive through them.
You have perfectly described Forza Horizon series.
ah yes, "sometimes you just want to drive like in real life" Yeah absolutely forza horizon, where you drive over fields of crops and jump 100of meters. Yeah thats exactely what he was describing :D
I'm a super Huge GT fan since 98 and yes Forza was described there and I don't know why the dislikes... Forza Horizon 4 is the best game on Xbox period... and trust me Sony did wrong killing Drive Club it could have evolved to the level of Forza... We need a good arcade racing game on PS not need for speed.
Forza Horizon is great and I would have loved to own a XBox just for FH4 (as my PC didn't manage to run it satisfactorily). I got a copy of The Crew 2 and was completely disappointed. Open world, nice scenery, I thought it was the perfect title for a "road trip" or "zen driving" experience. But it's not and it is because the arcade controls kill all immersion and all fun of driving on a long road. I mean they are fun when competing with other players, no question, but for this specific purpose you need simulation-like driving mechanics like that of GT or certain Rally games. IMO :)
I racing is king lol!
No one wants forza the franchise is less and less popular over time, More ppl prefer horizons over forza main game
Forza Horizon is absolutely amazing. Even the older entries, it is so satisfying to just drive around the environments. It would be nice if Gran Turismo did an open world like that, but it just isn't that kind of game.
Definitely forza horizon i do love them games
Is there a career mode where you progress with a shitty car and climb up from there?
Well said. What do you drive in real life, Apocalypse? Fellow road trip-er here.
That’s Forza horizon 😊👍👍 GT sport is all about /esports and the competition of racing/driving
It will be great if there is a game with GT physic & you can drive around an open world Japan. That will be a perfect match.
Get forza 7. Sublime tracks.
It has become the best driving sim on ps4 imo
Prettiest without a doubt but still has questionable physics compared to something like Assetto Corsa.
Driveclub is still the prettiest racing game on the market, although a Dirt Rally 2 comes close at times when it comes to its lighting.
Assetto corsa is good but it's got extremely skiddy physics it's better with a wheel but overall its got minimal content you click on manufacturer and most of the good cars are part of dlc. Even the unofficial assetto corsa launcher doesn't work properly unless you make a payment to them. I've been on it a while it's got good mod support but as an entire game it's nothing to gran turismo
Technically the most supported game i've ever played, no DLC paywalls either. An amazing amount of cars, tracks, weather, and updated campaign.
Their post-launch support for this game has been amazing, and has created a lot of goodwill, considering it was all free. I doubt I would have bought any of the DLC, ever, if it had been paid DLC, but the free DLC kept me coming back to the game every month to just check out the new stuff and play it for a couple of hours, which is what you'd want from post-launch support.
I can't believe they never included a single trophy for the Lewis Hamilton DLC though
The best thing about GTs was the constant updates that kept the game fresh and worth going back to. Tbh I hope they make similar approach with GT7
Barebones at launch but they have done a brilliant job with free dlc since release. However, Like other games they can't release a game for full price and say the rest of the game is coming later. GT7 needs to be a proper GT game at launch full of content.
And still less than project cars 2, forza Motorsport etc. 1 forza update is like a year of gts updates (fm7 now has 834 cars and a huge list of tracks to gts 274 cars and less tracks for example) How the king has fallen. And I own all of these titles including gts so I actually have experience in what I’m talking about, unlike a lot of you who just form the “it’s PlayStation so it’s best no matter what” attitude.
Lol, so your opinion counts more than others? Maybe people prefer the feel of GT or other games, it's not all about the number of cars available. How many of those Forza updates were free or are you just going to ignore that bit?
IMO : FM7 is a massive disappointment, despite its content - and the track experience for racing is far better in GTS (even if 274 cars isn't enough for some people). FH4 is a brilliant game, but not a sim and a completely different experience. IMO, Horizon is far more relevant for XB than FM now and GTS is the sim champion this generation.
Actually gts has more cars than project cars, more tracks than forza and all of the dlc was free, unlike those other games you listed, check your numbers before spouting crap. Not once did you mention the actual point of these games.....the gameplay......says it all really🤷♂️
I had no problem with the way t launched. I like competitive racing and it did that for me day 1.
I'm ready for GT7.
Just give us classic gt1-3 tracks instead of boring open racetracks. Guessing to hit 4k 60 there has to be almost zero track side detail. Been the issue since gt5, putting graphical detail before gameplay.
Post launch support..... should have been there since day 1. It's like releasing assassin's creed with one town then adding towns over the next 3 years and thanking them for it. If that knob wasn't so obsessed with modelling suede fibres and headlight filaments we'd have a fully fledged gt7.
No, it's not like that and you know it so stop being a knob yourself lol. The game was fully playable and you could get from the start to the end of the game (if there is an ending for these types of games) without any of the additional content. So not really like your analogy after all eh?
Gt sport was panned at launch for the very things i mentioned. Take the rose coloured specs off and quit with the rabid fanboyism.
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