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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo Sport' started by GTPNewsWire, Sep 19, 2018.
For me Barcelona is one of the best Track.
I hope this will come som times to GT Sport.
Yay. I look forward to a new track and cars!
I just hope they all aren't race cars, would like to see street cars.
Does not explain why windshield whipers work on some if not all the cars or to have options of rain tires during races.
Last I mentioned in the general discussion thread @queleuleu find on it.
There has been some sort of sound improvement during "rain" in the specific mission event.
IIRC you could not hear the "water splash" sound when driving on a wet surface.
Hopefully this could mean something...
There’s a Toyota WEC team fan event featuring GT Sport to promote the Fuji WEC race in October. Doesn’t seem to indicate what tracks will be used. But PD often release cars/tracks to coincide with real world events.
This track is currently making me mad in GT2, spent all day doing the S7 test(viper GTSR on Laguna seca) and I keep failing, why did PD screw up the corkscrew, the cork screw was more normal in the beta version of the track
I've no issue with street cars as long as they get featured in races B and C of sport mode. With barren lobbies and a hopeless GT league, the street cars currently might as well not exist.
I like the version of the corkscrew on GT2. It's a boring chicane in later versions.
As far as Japanese tracks go, the original 6km Fuji with the banked downhill Turn 1 would be great.
Sugo is a neat track also.
This basically confirms the September update.
How can you be so certain? Any source?
Well I don't why they'd hold the track back for another month... Surely not.
How long before the new tyre update was shown before we got it? Just because we've seen this doesn't mean this will be out this month at all.
When we see a message detailing an update this month will we know.
I'd like it to arrive in the next couple of weeks, I like the track a lot, but I won't be surprised if we get something else instead.
But the new tyre model wasn't 100% complete when we first saw it. At least Fuji will be complete.
I think this post illustrates how different we all are. I'm hoping for more vintage cars rather than extra F1 models. Hopefully the new update will keep us all happy one way or another!
I'm not super interested in more Group 1 or Gr.X miss-classified cars.... nor $20 mil. things many of us cant afford, nor that many vintage type cars EXCEPT if its some kind of 90s or 2000s era F1 type car like a Formula Gran Turismo.
We're full up on GT3 except I feel like they need to fill in holes like the Camaro GT3 cars etc.
Wait is this coming at the end of the week or month?
Been guessing month
Maybe it'll drop next Friday, take some light off Horizon 4 for those with the deluxe preorder early access and keep GTS in the spotlight before the general release.
I'd rather have high speed ring
Together with the other GT1 tracks in a couple of months. The 21st anniversary of the Japanese launch of Gran Turismo......
Only 2 fuji variations
Fuji F and fuji gt
Gotta say we have to give big credit to PD for giving us a lot of new tracks lately.
How the track looks?
Better have my LFA
A shame but expected.
nothing new, not 80´s 90´s fuji this time because i think about FIA license and Toyota.
Fuji in GT6 had climate change, i can´t remember?
In GT6 Fuji didn't have variable time & weather
I wonder whether we will get the silhouette tonight before the cars are seen driven tomorrow. Or if Kaz will forget to go to Twitter and show the silhouette after the trailer comes out again, like last month
Kaz has been twetting in the last couple of hours, hopefully he doesnt forget the car silhouettes if we are indeed getting cars in the next update
well is the first time in the franchise we seeing Fuji in different times of day.
Seems a little early for any update tweet from Kaz. Although these things haven’t exactly been predictable, and after posting late last month, may post it up early.
Be interesting to see if any more news comes out from the FIA event. Particularly medium to long-term plans.
Everyone knows it is in Belgium and you would have to be an imbecile to think it was a geography question.