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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo Sport' started by Envoxeb, Dec 10, 2018.
Hot damn, this poster is wicked!
Again, it’s a roll bar, not an anti-roll bar. Sorry, but they’re two completely different things.
I dig the mousetrap on the Porsche. Looks racier this way, which is great for the livery editor.
The good ol' Headcracker on the 356 speedster, atleast A Spec Andy has a helmet and is generally just too strong to even feel impacts.
Im so sorry man, but I guess you knew what I mean
I don't think the PS4 is powerful enough to support raytracing. Maybe the PS5 will have enough power if it is confirmed that it will be a monster
For the sake of speculation, let's say we get a new layout instead of a track. What are the most likely possibilities? The infield at Northern Isle Speedway? The Bugatti layout at La Sarthe?
I've already gone into F5 button abuse mode.
I'd say Sardegna has a good possibility, as crazy as it seems. I mean, it's called Sardegna - Windmills, implying that there is meant to be (or will be) another version of the course.
.... was hoping the update trailer would be up this morning. Need to see that TVR in motion & anxious about a new track reveal.
Very sad about the roll bar on the 356. Makes a beautiful car ugly
This is probably the most professional fan-made pic.
Doesn't this update release in less than 24 hours?
One more 8 hour work day ugh let's goooooo!
Yes - a lot less. It's about 16 hours.
As the car for the Tokyo circuit experience they’ll most likely add tomorrow.
Hell Yeah! Northern Isle Speedway Infield, full costumizeable with a Small "Festival / Track Editor" to place barriers, gates and cones. Then create your own shorttrack, and drive it with Shifter-Karts!
I would love that :-D
Kie is currently running laps at Spa on iRacing...... just saying....
That Porsche looks fun.
TVR, Integra and Z8
No track info at all. That's just horrible.
Oh stop being dramatic.
Whatever. It's a stupid situation. No explanation for it. I guess no promotion is the best promotion.
There is no stupid situation? They have only once teased a track pre-update outside of FIA Events. And essentially, yes, the idea is that no promotion is the best promotion.
Just look at how many pages this thread has. 56 pages. That's 56 pages of people hyped and speculating (and guessing) for an upcoming update. By not releasing a trailer or much information until the day of the update, it keeps all these people hyped and curious.
Reckon it must be half that as the other half is suggestions and wishlists.
PD have only ever promote ONE new circuit and that was St. Croix. We only knew about Catalunya etc. because of the live events. If these didn't happen we probably wouldn't have had any promotion of any circuits (apart from St. Croix obviously)