- St helens, merseyside, England.
It is except for those who are proper thrifty.Any time is a good time to buy GT Sport.
It'd be enough to buy me a racing seat...Think of all the money you will save ignoring all upcoming expensive IRL social events.
Hey, guys, please tell me Something, If You know .
I have the game on disk GT Sport and i play a lot and I am sick and tired to use the disk, I want to sell it or change it with other game, because I want to buy the digital version GT Sport, from PSN Store, it's a good price now also.
I want to know, can I continue the game if i get the digital version, the ps 4 will recognise it, or will have to start all over again?
I'm tempted to pick up this nicely discounted digital GT Sport, it means I can keep my disk in the sreelbook nice and safe and not have to put the disk in anymore.
This has happened with quite a few titles recently actually. Thank the lord for a 4TB external HDD.
Quick question, how is the offline campaign or this mostly around online only?
I know there is a few campaigns...but is it typical of a fully fledged GT title or only secondary thought?
Sales like this are pretty common though? If anything this is nothing compared to Steam sales (95% off is a thing there)Already down to a pathetic 13 quid, lol.
Says an awful lot really that this game ain't retaining any value. Shame.
@ OP. Look into the penalty system first. It's poor, and the game is an awful grind if you want to buy the more expensive cars. Just constant laps around a small bowl. (Or AFK it with rubberband all night, lol).
If that appeals, can't go wrong as it's a bargain. But if looking for a challenge and not to be trolled. I'd stay well clear of this edition and await a proper GT to come.
At this rate, it'll be sooner than later. This game is very poor.
There is plenty to keep you busy for a long time with the classic driving school, 64 challenges, circuit experience (time attack for all tracks and sectors), and GT League which has new events added with every update.
It's not as full fledged as GT5 or GT6 but there's plenty to keep you busy for 50 hours or more.
It might be a commerical failure in terms of gaming sales in general, but it's still a relative success in this niche racing sim community. Different ideals for different people I guess.A good year after release and many games still hold strong value to resell or draw a good few in stores. This game, with this much effort and money spent on it, combined with the piss poor 3.3m post (naturally a few more since, maybe).
Sorry, no. Commercial failure.
Don't get me wrong, it's a steal. But says so much about their new direction.
They'd have been better off allowing microtransactions, and certainly a full roster of cars and tracks.
Still, a free drip feed of old content is ok, I guess.
It might be a commerical failure in terms of gaming sales in general, but it's still a relative success in this niche racing sim community. Different ideals for different people I guess.
Don't believe the hate from belittled players that wants the 90s back.
But alas, I'll glady go back for the music, lol.
PD should carry on what they are doing.PD should do this, PD should do that... blah blah...
As always vote with your wallet. If you dont like these practices then dont buy it.
I'm powerless to affect change at PD so this is how it is, in fact it was similar with GT6.
I think this issue with some people is that they could realise this game for free and it still wouldnt be enough as its not GT4.
As I see it, there's not a lot of competiton here so its basically, beggars on consoles... its FM7 or this or maybe PCARS2.
PD should do this, PD should do that... blah blah... anyone who doesnt agree is a 'milleniial'... what next? An SJW? A boomer? What are you then? Entitled? just like a millenial?
I've spent days and weeks trying to finish cars (giving up and coming back to finish).There’s a lot to complain about in GT Sport but there’s a lot to be amazed about too. Yesterday I spent NINE HOURS making and perfecting a livery for one single car!