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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 7' started by wagnerFAM98, Jul 30, 2020.
We have seen Seattle in the Honda NSX Trailer like 5 years ago and nothing.
However, Seattle wasn't found in the game code in an actual patch update nor mentioned by Kaz (As was the case with Deep Forest, where the issue of scaling was first brought up back in 2018).
We will (not) see when the game launches
However, if it will be destroyed like Trial Mountain its no good either.
P.s. They have gone quite quiet for some time, right?
The fact they may have to rework these from the ground up makes me think there will be a shortage.
And no new Originals, they all sucked in GT Sport.
My prediction is:
High Speed ring
2 out of 3, not bad. Not confirmation, but I feel way more confident now that these were also found in GT Sport code like Deep Forest was.
I don't realistically see anymore than Trial Mountain and Grand Valley appearing at launch. I can see Deep Forest being added in an early update with Midfield appearing midway through. Seattle is forgotten.
Hope I'm wrong though.
To think that we'll only get 2 original tracks at launch seems pessimistic. We got Spa, Le Mans, Dragon Trail Gardens, Sardegna, St Croix, Tsukuba, Goodwood, extra layouts of Maggiore, Tokyo Expressway, Kyoto Driving Park and Blue Moon, Monza, Autopolis, Fuji Speedway and Laguna Seca were added to GT Sport. That's a lot of tracks over the 2 year period between October 2017 and December 2019, and if PD have been working on GT7 for the last year, I'd expect to 6-8 new locations at launch. Grand Valley, Deep Forest and Midfield will hopefully show up.
I expect more real world locations will show up like Silverstone.
What? Grand Canyon? That's insane!
I really hope all these tracks make up to GT7. If they do, I would be very curious to see that new Grand Canyon.
Totally unexpected, at least for me.
Both Grand Canyon and Cape Ring were big surprises for me, don't recall either being among the most wanted to return in a GT game.
Grand Canyon makes me think PD want controller players to experience the fullness of that haptic feedback.
Uhh Grand Canyon.... when's actual rally track & race?
I want the original GT1 Test Course just for the sake of nostalgia
I'd like Red Rock Valley and Tahiti Road to return.
Imagine Red Rock Valley with the sunset back and a night time version of the track with PS5 graphics.
Is GT7 being billed as an e-sports title? I'm getting the impression that it isn't, but I could very well be wrong. If it isn't, I'm sure we can wind up seeing a whole bunch of them.
I'd absolutely love to see SSR11, buuuut I'm guessing I'm alone in that.
GT7 isn't being billed as anything really, yet. They've released one trailer and zero further information so far.
It could've simply been a build of Seattle only meant for promotional videos like the NSX trailer, and not actually intended to be implemented into a GT title. As a result, it could also be that this allowed PD to spend less time/resources on it, and focus more on courses that were indeed going to be added to the series - or revamping older courses, like Midfield.
AFAIK, Sport Mode is going to be more of a side-thing in GT7, rather than how in GTS, it's the main mode. That said, I still look forward to how PD plans to reintroduce it.
I don't want them to re-introduce it at all...
That’s too bad, because I’m pretty sure it’s already confirmed. And besides, it’d be a waste of R&D to leave it in GTS and not somehow build on it in GT7.
Sport mode is actually great expansion of multiplayer mode. I hope GT7 will be a connection between old GT Formula and new one.
So since the release of the early teaser trailer, I have been on a bit of a nostalgia trip. I have been watching a ton of videos on YouTube, from GT1 all the way through to GT6 and have a real need for Route 5 (both special and clubman) and SSR11, however I came to a realisation the other day when I was trying to recreate some nostalgia in GT Sport. I did a custom race on one of the Tokyo loops at night, 6 cars, N300 class, grid start etc. and then it hit me - we will probably never see these great tracks again because they will have been superseded by the (in my opinion) boring Tokyo loop tracks!
So with that said, i think the most likely ones to make a return are: Grand Valley, Apricot Hill, Midfield Raceway & Deep Forest. I’d like to see others such as Cape Ring (controversial I know!), High Speed Ring and Autumn Ring (incl. Mini) make a comeback!
Looking forward for a new GT7 trailer later today. If so, I'm also really hoping to see a sneak peek on another classic track.
are they really releasing a trailer at night?
Depends on your time zone, it's past midnight here, already September 16. So technically the PS5 event will be today for me. In your case it's tomorrow.
I actually got to thinking about how it would be cool for them to release a trailer at night, as that's unconventional. I got excited and started searching up a storm looking for some inkling of a trailer announcement
Is it confirmed we are seeing more GT7 or is it an assumption?
Neither, there was no GT7 on the livestream.