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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo Sport' started by Stephan, Feb 23, 2020.
This means that they are more focused on the next game?
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Not bad but I was expecting a little more to be honest but at least Kaz is telling us what to expect in the future so we don’t get our hopes up for nothing.
Looking forward for the Fiat 500. I’ve been waiting for it since the Abarth 500 dropped
I’m seeing a 180SX.
Drift lobbies getting happier, I guess.
Wow um... at least hes honestly telling us that the updates will be disappointing
Are you guys upset they’re focusing on the next game??
I am a bit upset that the update will stop our hope for new track may not be happing
Fiat 500 of sorts
Last one I'm not sure. The spoiler is fairly tall. Edit: 180SX
Eh. I figured they were already working on something else when the updates slowed down last year. Nothing really new to us.
I have no issue with PD focusing on the next GT game as I personally feel that GTSport has evolved really well. I wonder when the next GT game will drop.
Alright new silhouettes and I guess that explains why it has taken over 2 months for a release. They're clearly focused on the next GT, I knew it would be a matter of time. Oh well.
Anyway, I will do my own guesses.
1. It's most likely the Fiat 500 Lounge SS that was in GT5 & 6.
2. That has to be the 1996 Nissan 180SX Type X, looking forward to that the most tbh.
3. Of course, the Aston Martin DBR9 that was already shown.
Nice for kaz to let players know what to expect for the rest of the year. I would be stoked if PD could just improve the the dailys while we wait for the ps5 and gt7. And change the penelty system.
To be fair though, the updates where it had four cars, a track (whether it would be a wet variant or a new track) or no track and such, those what I consider as a modest update.
Anyway now that's out of the way in terms of when the update is coming, I'm excited to see those cars coming.
Nice to see the 180SX getting the premium treatment and that car on the top looks more like a Abarth 595 to me.
Its most definitely the Fiat 500 1.2 8V Lounge SS ‘08 from GT6. You can see the little chrome ‘bumperettes’ on the front.
Didn't realize that slowly shifting focus to the next upcoming game was considered "disappointing". Oh right it's you, broken record posts every single update that add absolutely nothing.
Looking forward to trying out the cars.
What I am also interested in is if any adjustments are made to the penalty system.
I'll also be happy if the ABS bug is patched.
Well, the promise of over 500 cars at the end of GT Sport's lifetime is now in doubt.
Still looking forward to the DBR9 and the Nissan 180SX though.
Ironically, once this update drops, Gran Turismo Sport will have 334 cars in total with 165 added post launch. Which means 166 more cars are needed to reach 500.
But Kaz said “4 to 500” cars. So the goal is probably 400. If that’s the case, 66 cars are left to reach GT Sports total car count goal.
Start saving your pennies for a PS5 and fancy tv. That's what I've been doing.
So, if updates are less, I guess every other month and maybe 3-4 cars, we won't see 500. Still might not see any new GT Awards cars. Maybe just the one new GT.3 car(Mazda), the Porsches and the "Lambo Lambo Lambo & Omega Mooooo".
Oof getting ready for a lean year.
If they can get a track out and some events it'll be ok. But damn, 3 cars is going to be rough.
Promise or estimation ? I'm tired about crying with no promises done.
Now I'm definitely not expecting much after his Twitter post. I look forward to what PDI do for the next game.
GT Sport has reached its mid-life crisis.
I have 680 cars. Oh wait, you mean 500 different cars. Maybe this is just a tease and we will get something else, like an improved penalty system.
He says frequency as well as volume and January was skipped so...every other month from now on? I have a feeling many people's interest in the game is going to drop quite a bit.
DBR9 and 180SX are cool, Fiat is meh because we already have the more interesting Abarth. Perhaps they don't have a track or rain variant ready because they haven't done a FIA event track tease like they usually do recently.
Update coming next week. This year's updates are modest in frequency and volume.
modest in frequency => new (wow !)
volume => new
confirme DBR9 and 2 car
Not exactly the car we all were waiting...
I remind you that iconic cars are still absent: Nissan R390, Toyota GT-One, Bentley Speed 8.
I could do with the handful of cars we know about and not much else, if they could get the pen system a little bit better. Hopefully some tire model fruit for the Michelin partnership and a better more balanced BOP.
This game would be perfect enough!
Just penalise any and all rear ender's, barges and punts no matter what already... And base the penalty duration on impact force. Done.