Which is why I said they they should have the money to get as many people as they need to get the work done. 8m+ users takes them to around potentially £250m and that is with games around the £30 price, and I think the game was a lot more than that when it was released. That they take so long to actually make games is scandalous. And that they were only able to release GT Sport, not the largest game with a large number of cars or tracks, initially at least, throughout the lifespan of the PS4 is pathetic. While not directly comparable, but the closest competitor, a Forza Motorsport release every couple of years, then also a Forza Horizon every couple of years and now Forza Street. And most of those games have sold less than GT games, yet they can get these games out pretty regularly. If PD can't produce games more regularly, then they probably need to make changes, but after so long working at their own pace, I can't see them changing either sadly. If they had brought out a GT game when the PS4 was released I would have got the console then, rather than waiting to get it with GT Sport. And if they had released two games during the lifespan of the PS4, what is that, 7 years and one GT game! I may have bought both games too, as I have for every other GT game for every console. I even imported the original GT from Japan, and then bought it again when it was released in the UK. The same will happen with the PS5 for me, and there will be others of a similar mindset, no GT game no console. The longer they take getting a GT game out on the next console, the longer PD and Sony will not be getting any money from me. And if PD only release one game on this next console, they will only get money off me the once. They seem to be doing alright though, and I doubt they will lose any sleep waiting for my money.