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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo Sport' started by SleepyDragon, Aug 14, 2019.
All gold. That feels nice.
Well done.... did you get a car??
thanks. three of em. An R18, another Gr 1 and McClaren of some kind. One for gold, one for silver and one for all complete, I believe. Need to finish up circuit expeerience now and the rest of my races
Three... great job! I doubt I'll ever gold it all - the rally stuff I just cannot get along with! Good luck with Circuit Experience!!
Thanx Dawg . The night rallies had me jacked up a while, then someone suggested adjusting the picture on the TV. Made all the difference with the lights on, lol. That last one, 4 laps at ring in a gr 3 of choice was surprisingly difficult after golding the circuit experience. Starts you out with a notice to pit but with fuel management you can go 2 laps on hards to make your stop economical. Took a few runs to pull it off. My M6 was overtuned for the track and kept burning through tires. Finally did it by setting top speed up a bit on a WRX
I might give the TV trick a try.... might help!
As to the Ring, I did it once and got bronze.... all you have to do to get bronze is finish!!
I've Golded them all as well just recently. Still track experience to go. Completed the nordschleife all gold but it somehow lost my progress switching to another PS4
The rally in this game is not realistic at all in my opinion. Took me a few attempts too. You just need to brake really early and short shift like crazy to maximize traction. Don't slide around too much (that loses you time) and try to keep it on the road at all times. Practice and eventually you'll make it. Good luck.
Thanks for the tips.... but flashing up a rally track takes a bit of discipline for me.... and I don't have any.
That's a drag. Hopefully once you've don it won't be so hard. Though, I recently played through GT 1 and 2 again and found those license tests harder than I remembered. The one I am having trouble with is Brand's hatch full lap. My best is about 1 second off.
Really quite some fun the challenge missions,hoped that they expanded in an update...but for the moment nothing,only the circuit experiences...
Would be great also that the make it a bit more difficult, cause most of the missions I've golded them in first run.
Only the rally stages I needed 3-4 attempts to get gold.
Anyway, found the normal "campaign mode" more entertaining than the "GT League"
In honor of you fine gentlemen... I decided to continue my pursuit of completing Circuit Experience by picking up with the one remaining rally track I had left, Fisherman's Ranch AKA Tahiti Maze Americano It took less than an hour to gold all sections and the full lap. For my efforts, I was awarded with ...*drum-roll... Hyundai Gr B rally car, my 2nd or 3rd one, Oh Gee Wilikers!
But I love chasing golds in GTS because every time I get a gold, easy or difficult, I get to listen to the Stryper rendition of Star Spangled Whatchamacallit. (Doubt it's really Stryper but reminds me of them.) Cheers guys!
Circuit Experience now at 74%
Do you use a DS4 or a wheel ?, because a wheel is good for rally events .
Tip for rally Events, always turn the car before a corner comes up.
Talking about Mission Challenges I started the game again from scratch not so long ago, and instead of doing the Licence test and the Circuit Experience first. I went straight to do the Mission Challenges so I can get them out of the way .
I feel like they got it right in some ways with the driving school and some of the easier challenges. When learning, a test should involve simple execution, not crashing the car several times trying to satisfy a lofty goal of beating some record. Like if you were taking a test of parallel parking, you should not be asked to squeeze a school bus into a space the size of a VW Beetle.
I found some of the challenges challenging and also many of the GT mode races. Of course I went a while not realizing they'd done the weight reduction backwards. I was making my cars heavier! lol. My big complaint about GT league in campaign is all the races start with the field spread out and the lead car with a big lead. You'd think by now they could have AI that actually race you without some goofy thing like that or rubber-banding.