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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo Sport' started by Formidable, Oct 27, 2015.
There's still room for improvement.
Whether it's in a GTS update or in the next game, I wish they'd actually integrate the fact that each transmission type is listed in the settings for each car. E.g. AT, MT, and sequential MT. It'd add to the realism, and benefit many cars - some cars can shift better with their AT than a person, and sometimes it's the opposite. I'd do something similar for cars that do (or don't) come stock with ABS/BB/TCS/FM/etc., and especially the ability to tune them on the go.
The other major item on my personal wishlist is a car-by-car controller mapping, rather than a "one size fits all" approach, especially when a car may or may not have certain features, like windshield wipers, ERS and DRS, turn signals, or headlights. For that last one, there are still cars that may not have separate high-beams and low-beams, and simply either have their lights on or off. I'd even include the ability to automate some things, like the aforementioned headlights and windshield wipers, especially if dynamic time of day and weather return to the series. It'd go well with the above idea regarding transmissions, as there could be a mappable button for the clutch - something that would not be available for the controller mapping on cars with sequential transmissions.
Between the above two items, the idea would be to give each car more personality on a mechanical level, and also avoiding a scenario where a button may not be mapped to a usable feature on a given car as you switch between various models.
You don't have to say sorry for your rant my friend, because it was a good read .
I only play GT Sport about an hour each day, compared to GT5 over 4 hours a day and the same for GT6.
GT5 also came out 10 years ago, so it's possible your interest and stamina have changed since then.
What car is that?
917 Porsche Concept Study
Missed this one? Arrives this year to Gran Turismo Sport. Specifically in the first half of 2020.
That's a design study... I'm not even sure it has a motor. So would it be conceptually a 918 underneath?
As long as it doesnt land in Gr.X!
While I was looking at the concept I was spammed this:
and I literally LOL'ed.
There's one sure thing in life. THe world loves SUVs and eventually they will make SUV Coupes.
So here is the Cayenne Coupe. TO match up with the BMW X6 and Mercedes GLC GLK whatever coupe.
I fully welcome this nonsense.
Can you expand on that point a bit?
Don't forget the Audi Q8/RSQ8 and e-tron Sportsback
I heard that it's mostly a non-functioning shell. I wonder how it'll be interpreted in GTS? Since it was built on a 918, I'd at least hope it'd function like a 918 with a bodykit, maybe even have an identical interior - unless Porsche wants to supply some sort of design unique to this concept. On a side note, I'd imagine that the 918 RSR Concept would make a decent fit for Gr.4.
I also would think it'd be very likely this car will end up in Gr.X, not that I mind too much. I don't see it fitting into Gr.4 or Gr.3, and I'm not sure if it'll fit into the N-Series, though if it's going to be anywhere, I'd imagine it'd either be the N-Series or Gr.X.
I think Gr.X could use some reformation, but I don't think that'll come in GTS. I'm hoping the next GT will keep the current grouping model, but ideally add several new groups that would accommodate cars currently in Gr.X. For example, a group for vintage prototypes and one for vintage grand tourers.
Otherwise, I think the current classification (e.g. Group C cars in Gr.1) offers an interesting mix of cars in a given field, which I'd say adds to GT's overall appeal. I'd simply add more races with more specific car regulations, like more Gr.1 races that only permit the Group C cars, or a Gr.3 race that only permits FIA GT3 cars. It'd keep things interesting, as players work with limited car selections. Of course, there could still be races that are all-inclusive as they are now, but I wouldn't have them be the sole ruleset all the time. I'd also almost always permit both SF19s to enter an event, instead of it always just being one or the other.
Well, what I can tell you is that I love cars, and I will be happy with the 917 Concept in my garage.
I just find it way too twitchy and not smooth. Even with a very low lag tv and adjusting the sensitivity. I put on gt5 and its amazingly smooth again. I can see why they 1500bhp x2011 is not in gt sport as it will be very undriveable with a dualshock
Try it, play gt sport as you usually do and then go back and play gt5. For some reason the controls are just alot more smooth on a 2010 game. Maybe the handling on gt5 is more unrealistic that its smooth
Pretty sure it is, and given that the 918 isn't currently in the game, I would definitely settle for this.
fraga new livery car is out for formula NZ.
The 918 RSR would NOT fit Gr.4 at all, it's too powerful to fit in the class at all.
They detuned the Veyron for Gr.4.
Hi, someone with the knowledge can explain?
What exactly is parameter 1 to 5?
That's a different case, it was heavily modded to fit Gr.4 regs. My point still stands, the 918 RSR as it is now would still not fit the class regardless.
I've seen that kind of graph from a MOBA game that I actually play.
A Porsche 918 RSR would more likely fit Gr.2 or Gr.3 than Gr.4. I'm still questioning PD's justification for the Veyron even hanging in the Gr.4 class. That should be a Gr.3.
I guess its because its all Bugatti technically has to race with (missing Group 3 entry notwithstanding). A brand like Porsche has more sportscars that could fit into a GT4 type class like the 911 and the existing Cayman that already does that.
I can't imagine GT on PC but anything is possible today with Sony.
Not until Sony stops making it exclusive for their own consoles.
Horizon is an old game now and Guerrilla i think is going in the production of the Horizon 2.
GT Sport still updating every month so i don´t think so
Hey all. I made a video of some close racing between myself and a friend in a public lobby, featuring Group C racing at Le Sarthe. Didn't know where to share this as I couldn't find a dedicated video section on the site. So hopefully posting it in general discussion is ok?
If allowed then feel free to take a look. Just something for fun to share for you, with some close racing.
This a gut reaction from Sony dependent on the game.
Right now Sony have a slew of ps4 exclusives on sale... I'm not a fan of God of War or Zero Dawn but obviously these are very very high quality AAA titles. They also lack a bit of replayabailty?
The life cycle of these games is that they are released to much fanfare and they command a high price.... eg. upcoming Last of Us 2.
However once time goes it because bargain basement and then it languishes in the classics. At this point they are old titles not bringing that much to the table... add with that end of console gen.
In that respect I can fully understand why Sony would want to put them onto PC to get that bit extra revenue.
FURTHER, why not do a Sony PSN Store for PC? Crossbuy?
I cannot see this happening to Gran Turismo given that to the very end it drives people to their console.