and I understand your point. You're tired of one formula and want something different, but maybe this time round for a single player experience.That's your opinion obviously, not going to hate you for it. I get fearing change and liking what you're used to but sometimes it just has to happen, like with GTS. I didn't care for it at all, but I'm glad they tried to make change. It's why I was so disappointed when they just patched in the old single player GT, but worse, when they had the change to try something new.
It has not even been a full day and the thread is already filled with a bunch of whiny people moaning over a game that isn’t even the final product..... Jesus h. 🤬 Christ this community truly cannot be satisfied sometimes
I thought about that, but multiple accounts are a thing today. It only takes bad players to make an account for each licence, to mess up all those groups. If you understand me.
Also, I seriously hope those are all placeholder. If they just release the same old crap "select a race from a menu" GT Mode with the same exact races for the 7th time I certainly ain't interested.
It's not 1998 any more PD. I want an offline career mode, but I don't want the exact same one over and over again.
Ahhhh, my bad, then. Apologies on jumping the gun too early. lolHere's the menu music, not sure if it's put specifically for the trailer or it will feature on the full game
Personally I preferred the lounge music from GT5 thru Sport, or classic Isamu Ohira tunes from older GTs that fits the nostalgic world map UI better than a rock song for menus, but I won't pass my judgement till I see the full soundtrack list
We're only guessing and dreaming. At this stage, "all we have, are smiles and cries...and noone can take that away".I understand, imo I feel like it would at least discourage some people due to the extra effort, while people who are serious/not rammers I don't think would mind the extra steps involved, especially with prizes involved for completion. But again, I'm probably being too optimistic.
PD really should've made it clear that the gameplay is a work in progress. We're getting some drastic conclusion jumping as a result and it's fueling a lot of cynicism. Honestly, leaving out the gameplay probably would've been plenty to get fans excited. I felt leaving in almost a whole lap of Trial Mountain made the trailer drag on a bit, especially compared to the other trailers that were shown.
A release date after this year would be a good amount of time for their Michelin partnership to bear fruit given that the announcement was 9 months ago. I remember it was said that development process would be over the course of years. The physics seeming to be rehashed from GTS therefore makes sense...because they're still working on the new one.
I'm less hopeful about the A.I. given PDs track record but iirc they hired new staff in the field of A.I. development. Offline gameplay seems to be a big selling point this time around so they would benefit from having A.I. as a primary focus. Coupling that with the unspecified release date, it makes sense to assume A.I. is a work in progress too.
Any other shortcomings you find in this little bit that we've seen may very well be completely different by the next trailer, all because we don't know how far off the release is.
TL;DR: calm down and wait, pessimists.
Other than AI being obvious needs, while GT7 has GT4 vibes so far... honestly I want the events to have GT2 vibes, where there are different levels of each race (ex: Historic Cars where GT40 lies, one race is 295 hp level, one race is 394 hp level). I want to get to experience type of cars in as many levels as possible.Your not wrong, there's a whole lot more they can do to make it more immersive.
GT League in GT Sport is boring AF
I'm going to be honest and you're going to hate me for saying this, but I actually like that the races stay the same. I always felt that the way PD has done their career mode is part of Gran Turismo's identity. Just being able to enter races based on the cars offered in the game and working through the ladder.
and well, adding a story of some kind or changing the career structure to something new just wouldn't make GT feel like GT. Maybe they can refresh the career a bit by changing the events around, but I honestly don't want anything new in that case.
I would feel more relaxed if we saw a livery editor option on that home screen.
Why everyone forgets GT Auto and its purpose?If you want feel total relax, put this thought in your mind:
An independent application for pc/mac developed by sony containing the basic/decent tools of a desktop designing software just to design comfortably amazing GT liveries in just seconds, not hours.
What is the purpose of this insult? You are new to this forum but we treat each other with more etiquette than this.Go back to Flopza then.
You mean like how Gran Turismo used to be? I've played Gran Turismo ever since I was one of those little kids.Am i the only one? Probably...
But I will say it, GT Sport is like PC3. Clearly the game is turning from a "simulator" to an arcade game.
it's just sad to see all racing games are turning that way to satisfy all those little kids that mess up your multiplayer experience everyday.
Will I buy the PS5, I don't think. I'd rather stay on a penalty simulator than go to an arcade race game.
and here we go, ACC PS4, here we come.
Do you really want to start a pointless argue? It looks like you're a poor troll, you're saying to much for a 3 minute video of a game that has recently been announced. Remember how was GTS in 2015? Are you really going too deep about a game that's still in beta, or who knows, alpha? Shut up, please.