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Discussion in 'Tracks' started by HarVee, Jan 20, 2014.
Oh the memories, loved it
This is a must-be.
What means that word "FTFY"?
"Fixed That For You"
Aaah the nostalgia!!
Another reason I wish it would come back: it would be an AMAZING cruise track. A big present for the cruising community.
Seattle has always been one of my favourite circuits of the GT franchise. On GT4 I could get around it in the Chaparral 2J in reverse gear faster than in the TVR Cerbera driving forwards
I missed this track so much in GT6, i wish it comes back.
Wow the AI is putting up a fight
-> Dat boost spool!
-> Plus, I love the fact that the car rotate while the view is still fixed.
and Here's the shorter layout of the Circuit which we know was only appeared on GT2:
Dat ahegao doe lol
What a track this was. So many good memories...crashing into walls after the jump in a Viper....climbing the curbstone a litttle too hard and got launched off the road in Escudo...missing the braking point at the top of the hill in a Ford GT and yup, crashing again...
Seattle and Bathurst, the best tracks ever, I still remember endurance event in GT3, Cobra pitting after 2 laps, beautiful Grand Sport and my Viper winning I`ll be very happy if Seattle returns
Now I know why PD was going bring it back in GT6 but never could.
You know what i meant...
On more serious note:
I wish if i could have the track in both the GT2-GT4 and 2018 version (they're working on a major part of the track right now.)
I got GT3 and got gold on S-2=like.
Welp, this track was mentioned in the Pitstop blog as one of the most requested tracks alongside Mid-field so I'm assuming that they added that little tidbit in there to hint that they are working on it.
It's safe to say that all of the tracks from earlier GT games are among the most requested with Pikes Peak being the most wanted track on here.
If ANY people over at PD are reading this thread.. PLEASE BRING BACK SEATTLE!!! WE BEG OF YOU!! Just please... That is all we ask and that's IT. I'm sure I'm speaking for thousands of people right now.
^ I would think PD is just waiting for the big construction to be done, getting rid of the old viaduct and all. But I would welcome a 'standard' spec of the track (from GT4 or from the NSX video) from the '90s to fill in.
-> But I wouldn't hold my breath, best bet that Seattle will return in GT7 now.
If we were to get the Seattle Circuit back, it would have to be the short track from GT2.
IRL I think they are removing that bridge that you drive under in Gran Turismo. I think the bridge is old and they are removing it or replacing it. By the looks of streetview, they are doing TONS of construction next to the stadiums.
Right now, the most likely thing PD would do is to make the short track. There is just way too much construction going on.
Where is this located? I forgot. I want to try to make a course outline in Google maps.
-> Here's some layout for you!
^ Or check this one out, made by a local.
If that's meant for me, thank you!
If you need my vote?
Use it. Seattle for sure.
Considering its the track from Gt2 where most of us first experienced it, I would hope for that version to be included rather than a version based off how the location looks now. I feel this way because that track is iconic with many signatures that would be missed if not included.
Very fun track, I threw on GT2 today because of this thread and did the Seattle enduro...won the damn Escort instead of the GT90!
If you think about it for a little bit, there can be MULTIPLE layouts for this course. Different course connections between Short and Seattle.
I like the idea of having layouts from both time periods, one as an upgraded, next-gen rendition of the '90s/'00s city, and another a newly-scanned model from the current city - or perhaps a projection of a near-future city based on the construction projects currently going on. For example, the Alaskan Way viaduct is to be torn down, being replaced by some super tunnel. That'd be a cool joint project, as well as great future-proofed content. And the classic track would appeal to both nostalgic fans, and locals that have lived in the area during that time period (such as myself) - there's a lot of cool things PD could do with this area.
Maybe that's me being an over-obsessed Washingtonian, but this is what I'd love to see.