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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 5' started by The Vanishing Boy, Apr 25, 2011.
Fixed that for ya
The mechanics waving on the final stretch is something they NEED to add into GT6. It adds life to the circuits.
Hey TVB, have you been following Xenn's GT Concept Research Topic thread? (https://www.gtplanet.net/forum/showthread.php?t=275216)
He posted some pics of Test Corse in GTC, to check it out. As for which tracks work or not, you'll have to contact him
^ I didn't even know that thread exists until now! (subscribed) Thanks man!
He's using the 2001 Tokyo version instead of the 2002 Tokyo-Geneva edition, but really the difference is 30 cars
Btw did you check the fixed link of the VGT video I posted? That was the vid I was talking about in regards to missing tracks
Hey TVB, remember that Grand Canyon variant with the tarmac section? Turns out it was featured in a 2004 Toyota GT4 Prologue Demo. This clip was uploaded today by MattJ:
Go to 11:00 onwards to see the track!
I found something interesting. There were infos that in GT2000 there were used tracks just as Laguna Seca, SSR5 and Trial Mountain before OPS2M Demo shown by Xenn and MattJ were released.
Think about it... All the original tracks are in the same place. What would all of them together in one super track be like??
^ Unfortunately, that city landscape from GT4 is omitted in GT5. And the (Special Stage) City itself has way more buildings that that skyline at GVS.
If you reading this in 2019... it needs an update...
Many... MANY TRACKS FOUND...