Could anyone do me a favor and do a comparison of the '90 Nissan Primera 2.0Te ? That car is special to me, I got one because my dad gave my mom one before he died
Edit: '90 Infiniti G20 is just fine too, same car
These pictures of yellow bird look great, just hope that we don't have to pay for them (improved standards) as future DLC.
Awesome, I had a '92 P10 2.0 LX Hatchback though, but the sedan is coolerA 96' P10 Primera 2.0 slx was my first car and it is since GT4 in every Gran Turismo too - i loved that car so much, would love to see a GT6 picture of it if there have anything freshed up!
In GT4 my first car was a red second-hand Subaru Impreza WRX.
In GT5 it was a blue new subaru impreza sedan.
I think I will go for something with rear wheel drive in GT6.
Just buy a car after you passed your licenses, you'll have more money than.
Awesome, I had a '92 P10 2.0 LX Hatchback though, but the sedan is cooler
And yeah let's hope it is freshed up, and that standard gets carbon hood. Mine had that And I wish P11 would return too.. GT1 and GT2 had it, soo... And P11-144, no games have included that one. Not any of the previous GT series either. Too bad, they have had P11 before, now P10 and P12 but not the facelift P11-144
I currently have a '95 G20, doing a 5-speed swap.
There are always different ways to explain something... How about......magic?!It seems that a few people at PD were put on redrawing the standards and then increasing the detail to the old polygon mesh then reapply the newly drawn and higher resolution texture. That's the only way to explain it, there is no magical algorithm that will do what we are witnessing here. My guess is PD are still updating a great many cars but since those that aren't completed yet they still upgraded the standard versions to something viewable and less tacky looking. Note do not expect that many to make it into GT7 fully detailed, there will be some lost but realistically PD doesn't actually need every one of those cars.
If you look closely at the updated standard you can see it just looks cleaner and less rough, which is how I came to the redraws conclusion and also that they didn't actually go out and get those cars but referenced them from their archives of photos. Now if they get this done for all the standards in the game and be sure that none of them sport those jagged missing detail visuals they had in GT5 then I am sure we'd hear a lot less complaints. I hope that this redraw also is the reason why standards can remove spoilers and affix different spoilers.
People still complaining XX car isn't premium but XX is, seriously stop the madness. They can only model what they get access to, perhaps they haven't gotten their hands on a OEM stock version of whatever vehicle you are bellyaching about. Take a chill pill and relax, you don't get everything you wish for nor hope for just a fact of life.
I am thoroughly pleased, but I am still confused as to why is the deal with the audio, why does PD sound guys swear that cars especially race cars are so quiet? Why is the car audio always dialed back, in GT5 we had an update that cranked the engine audio up and that was nice then came some sound swap update that castrated a great deal of engine sounds the S7 went from Ford monster V8 to some wussy sounding I4 with sport cats. Get that sound guy some new ears and please stop cutting out the lows in engine and exhaust notes.
You'd be surprised by what day/night looks like on PS4 compared to PS3. Just wait, when the detail level increases and the techniques also increase your eyes will wonder just how they could get it to look any better.The lighting is perfect in the YellowBird pics. I don't see how GT7 can improve daytime/dry conditions.