I also want it on steam.GT on the PC would be the best thing for me. I rarely play console games, but play a ton of PC games and prefer it. It's be even better if it came out on Steam and you could play it on the Steam Deck.
Runs fine...? ...stuck in loading/saving loop on start up, decal editor freezing, and horrible "stuttering" .... sure, ok.Seems to run fine on a nearly 10 year old PS4 though?
Settings exist on PC, the game can just be dialled down. It's hardly a problem.
And it should have been on latest generation equipment, not 10 yr old electronics with whining cooling fans and malfunctioning disc drives..The PS4's hardware was worse than any gaming PC on the market when it came out 9 years ago, and GT7 runs on it.
Another studio will likely handle a PC port. God of War had its PC port handled by Jetpack Interactive rather than Santa Monica Studios. Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves's port was done by Iron Galaxy Studios.Looking forward to PD stretching themselves thinner with this
Cheaters are not mutually exclusive to PC. There has literally been reports of cheating in GT7 as well as back in GT Sport which are both console only games right now.I understand that this is a minority opinion, but as someone who has played the Forza series for a long time and seen what happens when a console only game is released for the PC, I say "No. Please don't do it."
Currently, FH5 is in terrible shape with cheaters doing whatever they want.
I don't want that to happen to GT.
This is not the same kind of cheating, Wangan is talking about memory edits, which allow for things like super speed or Super Formula aero on a road car.Cheaters are not mutually exclusive to PC. There has literally been reports of cheating in GT7 as well as back in GT Sport which are both console only games right now.
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They always dodge questions before an official announcement is made. I remember Yamauchi being asked about PS4 Pro few months before it released and he was like "PS4 Pro, what is that? I don't know anything" even though GT Sport was already being developed with it in mind. Just normal marketing.Only considering it? Funny, @Nathan88 claimed months back that the port was already in progress.
Also brings in hacking. The Forza leaderboards are absolutely trashed and cheaters fly to the finish in Eliminators.Forza is on PC. Widens your audience, assuming you can afford the development time to port it over it’s a one and done thing and I don’t see any downside to it.
I would have hoped they were further along, these answers makes me feel like in typical PD fashion they have quite the ways to go. Maybe if the other Sony PC ports do well they'll push the pace
Good. Maybe someone can crack it to somehow run offline and we'll have mods. Not sure if this has ever been successfully done outside of the old Warcraft player servers, and I've no clue if it would even be remotely the same so it may not even be possible.
Ideally PD would release it to Steam as a game that can run offline and allow modding. It would legit be the best thing for the series; even Farming Simulator is HUGE these days and its not because there are millions of gamers that just adore the intricacies of farming, lol. Modding makes niche games mainstream as people will play damned near anything if they can dream of a way to alter it in ways the devs never dreamed of. It's not a guarantee that modding support equals longterm success, but it sure seems to happen often as long as the devs are supportive of the scene, release toolsets, etc. Will PD do this? Lol, of course not. But one can dream...
Which is only a problem if you're into competitive online. Gran Turismo users are mostly single player, and so whether there's cheaters out there has no effect on their experience.I understand that this is a minority opinion, but as someone who has played the Forza series for a long time and seen what happens when a console only game is released for the PC, I say "No. Please don't do it."
Kaz doesn't think that way, and it shows as the online requirement. It's not like there is no precedent; PS3-era GTs are an excellent example.Which is only a problem if you're into competitive online. Gran Turismo users are mostly single player, and so whether there's cheaters out there has no effect on their experience.
As someone who plays Forza on PC and has barely tried any of the online components, I've not run into problems with cheaters.
Also, there's just the option that they could fix the game to make it unreasonably difficult to cheat. Other games seem to be able to do it.
Same. Aside from fancier graphics, wider field of view, and possibly more peripheral support, I don't see much reason to play GT7 on PC. I'll keep playing my heavily modded copy of AC for my PC sim racing fix.I won't be rushing to sell my PS5 if this does end up happening.