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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo Sport' started by GTPNewsWire, Dec 21, 2018.
I hope there no more Visions Gt lol
No wonder the DLC is free when the game launched with so little content and most of the cars are essentially old assets. I think that’s the point people are trying to make when saying it hasn’t been free. Otherwise I don’t know.
I’m very grateful though because PD could have kept all this additional content to themselves and saved it for a future title. Keep it coming in 2019 and 2020.
In light of the mental gymnastics of this thread, which of these is the most applicable?
(C) A and B
I don't know about mental gymnastics, but you did make me realize a pretty solid point. I paid for DLC for a bunch of the cars in AC. So it shouldn't be a problem for me to shell out a few bucks to get the cars I want in GT. If I wanted them bad enough, I guess I'd do one or the other.
So you came onto a GT Sport thread to moan about free post-launch content updates somehow 'not being free', only to admit to actively buying post-launch content for a different game?
Come on Yamauchi we need Koenigsegg's presence in GT Sport also Pagani too
Nice job, Polyphony Digital! Keep pushing and Happy Holidays!
I would say that free time us something that's,taken for granted. My free time is earned, and I work hard for that
I like mental gymnastics, there no physical part of it. You only have to do the routine in your mind.
This is by far the best support for a game in the decade of videogames ever!!!!
We love you Polyphony!
"The Vision Gran Turismo project it's just for car lovers"
Unfortunately that's enough cars for the year.
Whatever I think of gameplay and GT Sport as a whole, I applaud PD for their tremendeous support and I am grateful for that.
No way that it's not enough
But I didn't complain about it, did I? My point is that for me, this content is unobtainable without paying actual money due to time constraints. "I wouldn't quite call them free" is what I said, and this was what I meant.
My "admission" above was more of a realization of something I hadn't been able to put my finger on previously: why do I happily throw money at AC DLC, but can't bare to microtransact in GT?
I'll end in saying that I'm very happy for PD, that they've found a way to keep GT relevant today while maintaining their typical high quality standards. I've really come to appreciate that quality now that I also play other sims. And they're doing better than I ever would have thought as far as post-launch support.
I meant to say a Pagani street car... Cinque and Huayra would be perfect!
We can only hope... remember this Instagram post?
I am pretty ambivalent towards them. I just wish they raced in their own seperate class. We got nearly all of them at this point so would be pointless to end them now. The Tesla, Lamborghini and Giugiaro projects do have me intrigued though. We are still getting a steady stream of "real" cars anyway. So it isn't a problem for me.
I find it so funny that people are still pressed about the existence of Vision GT's as a whole
Kaz / PD - I Appreciate ALL of the totally FREE DLC !!! Many Thanks for all of your efforts thus far, to improve & expand GT Sport.
The Game at Launch was a little lacking in Track & Vehicle content, compared to most of the competition.
And we're all still hoping for some Variable weather effects & Night Racing on all tracks. Please...
The initial emphasis on 100% on-line Gaming was probably ill-conceived, but was, I believe, well-intentioned.
Real (i.e. Human) Players will always be more Individualistic / Realistic than A.I. Racers.
But PD "forgot" that there are loads of Cheating 's out there, in Virtual Racing Land. And unless you have a fool-proof way to stop the Idiots & Scumbags from getting any sort of Rewards for their circumventing the Rules of Real Racing. You're very likely to end up P'ing off the people who like to Race Clean.
The Single Player Races are of Interest to all those fed-up with the on-line Bumper-cars. However, a lot of them are far too easy, unless you artificially give yourself a crap car or tyre selection.
Surely PD could "add" additional Difficulty settings / tyre / fuel wear to each race, as a selectable option ? This would extend the Game's life a bit.
Likewise the License Tests...we've done the Golds on Basic & Intermediate...When are the Advanced ones going to Appear ?
Thanks Again PD/Kaz.
Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year to All GT Sport fans.
Kaz and PD "Tussy-Footing and Feet Draggin"
I love the game but the 500 cars is what i was expecting for the anniversary. Oh well....
Coming Soon. (X)
This is, like, next-level, paradigm-shifting, I-can-see-the-code-behind-the-Matrix grade pedantry.
The C in DLC stands for "content" - typically referring to content attached to a pre-existing product. Sometimes those products cost money, and sometimes they don't, but it has no bearing on what the DLC costs.
It'd be like someone handing you a free beer, and then saying that beer wasn't REALLY free because of all the food you had to buy to stay alive long enough to drink it.
Congreats to PD for supporting the GTS by adding free cars and tracks and to the photo selector of the article for placing my favourite vehicle in the main picture.
No it's not, you had to pay for something in order to view it.
Oh right my internet fee sorry.
Old assets ? They had to make it from ground up. I hope for PS5 though they don't have to do it again. I am actually very surprised they supported this game for free for a year. For GT game the content was low but there was enough content for a casual racing fan. I personally despise buying DLC and buy complete edition of games on sale. They could have made money as DLC is a huge profit for game companies. They stuck to their guns and have done amazing job.
That's the spirit