Damage Modelling in Gran Turismo 6 “Similar to GT5”

Gran Turismo 6 367 May 21, 2013 by

If you were expecting the damage model in GT6 to have undergone some drastic changes you might want to curb those expectations, as a recent interview conducted by Kotaku’s Stephen Totilo suggests otherwise. When Stephen posed the question to a U.S. PlayStation producer it was met with the following response:

The rather pleasant producer tells me that it’ll be similar to GT5. Polyphony isn’t about smashing cars up…

Gran Turismo has always focused on the unadulterated beauty of the cars, and after experiencing a high speed accident (scroll down to “Gran Turismo Behind the Scenes”) there’s no wonder why extensively modelling damage would be the last thing on the minds of the staff at Polyphony Digital. As it stands, damage was only included to such a degree largely because it was a requested feature for years.

GT5 Photomode image by SMfan.

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