Not being able to upgrade with your credits is a bummer

Discussion in 'Gran Turismo Sport' started by Jhendry38, Oct 17, 2017.

  1. Jhendry38

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    having to use the mileage thing is just, to me, one of the most stupid things I’ve ever seen. I hope PD foxes tgis. That was the beauty of GT6, you could take and build up any car you wanted, it was fun building a pos car. Now, it just seems to be ruined, especially after waiting so long for this to come out. Just my 2 cents. Have a great day gaming everyone!

    Jamie
     
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  2. mark5917

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    That's true to an extent.

    But consider, as it was on GT5 and GT6 , u could get a car with 45HP and make a super car out of it, with 500Hp.

    How real would that be, on real life?

    Do u get my idea?
     
  3. Brriskk

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    In real life u can. Not a 45hp car but u have Evos STIs golf r civic with k20s destroying super cars. It’s a huge disappointment I didn’t care as much about power as the weight reduction breaks suspension I was looking forward to get a miata or 86 and modify it really good
     
  4. mark5917

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    Well u see, that was the real problem with previous GT games.

    That doesn't make much sense.

    An Evo destroying a Super car!

    If an Evo has the same HP like a Super car or even more, that makes a super care obsolete, or sort off...

    Now u have real factory cars, with a real power and u should be able to get to ride them as fast as possible.

    That's the whole idea of GT sport.

    Now, u must be able to keep on a track with only adjusting real car settings like:

    Tires, brake bias, suspension, aerodynamics, drive train, transmission, power to weight ratio etc. etc.

    That Defines The Difference Between A Man And A Boy!

    <no offence>
     
  5. Brriskk

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    Well yea they should have made race events like previous Gran Turismo factory cars with no modification and like before no limits. I don’t know if you track in real life but once you on the track maybe 1% of cars of factory cars and that’s a maybe. And yes it’s so common tuner cars especially Evos STIs destroying super cars. If you think I’m talking non sense just you tube it. And I never like tracking a factory car in real life why would I wanna do it in the game
     
  6. Jhendry38

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    Evo’s and Supra’s DO destroy super cars. That’s real life. This “game” is no separating men from boys lol. This is a game, and what we like isn’t there anymore. So it’s BS. In my opinion only that is. This is a “game”, we are supposed to be able to take “factory” cars and make them fast, if we can’t, what’s the point? To drive a high dollar car on a track? Who the hell wants to do that boring crap? Just my other 2 cents, more cents are free.

    Jamie
     
  7. TheProRacer

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    I remember on Gran Turismo 6 when I took a 167hp Honda Oddesey and modified it to its fullest extent (minus an exhaust) and was causing stock supercars to eat my 370hp dust. I loved it, but those days of not-so-realistic modifications are over, and I’m okay with it. I feel like upgrading the car with mileage points is a good feature, because it is harder to earn, but it feels good once you do, and it turn makes you respect the car even more.

    Honestly, I follow this new era of GT. It’s good for a change. I see potential with this version.
     
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  8. Johnnypenso

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    It makes you respect the car more to earn mileage points so you can move a slider vs. earning in game credits and buying and applying the real life upgrades of your choice? Not sure I follow that.
     
  9. TheProRacer

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    I’m not worried about the slider. I just respect the car more because I have to really drive it if I want it to be better performing. But everyone is different.