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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 6' started by p3bucky, Mar 25, 2014.
Seriously hackers? If you can hack vehicles, then why can't you hack leftover tracks?
The name of the track is there, but not the track itself
There's still a possibility though!
Are you a hacker? Do you have any idea how to do it? If not, don't complain. What you said is like telling a race driver to hurry up and pass someone.
Happens in F1 all the time, I'm sure someone can do it, If you can find stuff you can find a way to use said found stuff.
Yeah I know, I was meaning someone not related to the sport.
The 'stuff' isn't actually there though, that's what they're saying. Just because something is listed in a text file doesn't mean it's actually there.
Not really. The names are there simply as reference, doesn't necessarily mean the content that bares the name is there.
A good hacker could do this. All Gt has is apprentice hackers it seems.
If it's just a text file/unused code, what would they be able to do without the actual content attached to those names being there?
Check NGU every once in a while, they have some content nobody knows its existence here in GTP, but no tracks found, yet...
The good ones are keeping quiet (mostly) this time. They don't want PD spoiling their fun by reacting to their making known what they're "up to".
Many hackers do what they do for the fun of it, and have no intention of sharing with a wider community, as that may result in a reaction from the developer / publisher.
Unless you can turn water into wine, there is no way.
What about SSR11? Are there any references for it?
I saw AN OTHER Route X track. (Wipeout Deceit???? or Wipeout HD leftover )
WITH a curvy raceline and bends. I saw a photo called "end of cant" on THAT track.
I drove it at Gamescom 2010 ! It was on the floor demo.
It was nice because of the place history but from a driving stand point it was a very simplistic layout.
AND WE CAN ACCESS IT BY A GLITCH!
You can't actually drive on it though. You just go right through it.
It was going to be in GT5 but there was a legal dispute over the flags.
The Top Gear Test Track supposedly being in the course data for GT6 is basically the Porsche 911 from GT3 all over again.
Ok, ok, but respawns
Let us see what we have in store aye?
Yep, this is what it is used for. It's called Palio di Siena, a horse race...a very old tradition in Tuscany
Cool video dude.