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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo Sport' started by GTPNewsWire, Apr 2, 2019.
But other racing games have it?!
This might be as good a place as any to link this article....... https://www.driving.co.uk/news/gran-turismo-boss-says-removed-gt-mode-gamers-losing-automotive-know/
Yes but it sucks in terms of performance. Try to play PC2 with dynamic weather and tod and as soon as it gets dark and starts raining, you'll be playing at 20 FPS on a base PS4/Xbox.
Actually the quality of the AI is where improvement needs to be made. The new MOTO GP 19 game is supposed to be working with a company that their AI learns from its mistakes. (and who says Skynet is not real?)
Actually a smart AI would be awesome as a player can set the level to be actually competitive for them, and you would not deal with the "real racers" that think divebombing and punting a person off the track is good racing.
I would say most people would love racing a smart AI that was not scripted, competitive and the race was not ruined because of asswipes.
Most AI up to this point is lame but there is always hope for the future. I am watching this new tech in the MGP game with my fingers crossed it delivers what they are claiming with the AI and if it does the technology will be the standard of racing games for the future.
I could care less what I am racing whether it be a real person or computer bot if both give me a really competitive and clean race.
Old news. It is an excuse to justify why he did something. Literally nothing else.
As long as things like Coffee Break, don't impede me from all Golds, a more expansive GT League is fine with me. I've golded everything, but the one mission i hate, is the bowling cones at Dragon Trail in the MiTo. When I first got the game, took me a couple times. Put those bowling ones, off to the side.
Whatever happened to the "Nissan GT Academy" anyway?
They made such a massive deal about that program... become a real race car driver!
Then *poof* it disappears.
If I had to guess, iRacing, rFactor, AC - ACC, Automobilista, etc. happened and they all took hold on being more realistic in the approach than Gran Turismo did. You would have to agree that people playing in the afore mentioned sims would have more actual racing knowledge from the content provided them then from playing Gran Turismo. But I don't know, could all come down to logistics and money. It's usually logistics and money.
Nissan cancelled and scaled back most of their racing programs.
So the PS3 GT games had dynamic weather and time of day, but PS4 is too limited to run it? Right.
Only 1 gt academy racing survived..others were perish as nissan backing out from motorsports
No matter what game is played checkers chess car racing fighting shooter cards etc...
Ai will always pale in comparison to live competition for me.
In racing games you hit an ai car so what.
Jmo but real people are much more interesting than ai.