I've never owned/driven it in GT5, so it's a no from me.
I believe I drove it all of once or twice for a seasonal. Anyways wasn't there a mistake on the model where the rims didn't even turn with the wheels? Been so long I forget. We need more F1 manufacturers for it to be useful, and F1 tracks. Otherwise it feels kinda gimmicky to me.
If PD isn't going to add more F1 content to supplement the Ferrari - and I don't mean everything but just a selection like they've done with Nascar, then they might as well just upgrade the FGT to a premium and not bother with F1 licenses. I'm not a huge F1 fan to begin with, so that would be adequate for me. I've actually raced the FGT more than the Ferrari.
Whatever they want, I just think a premium Formula something is mandatory in GT6, since it cover a whole motorsport category.Or a premium FGT II based off of the 2014 changes to F1?
And so will I.
At least we will still have the FGT, and theoretically the return of the other Polyphony Digital Formula cars from GT3 plus some Ayrton Senna related content.
You can't have the same experience with a prototype. It's different. Removing those Formula 1's they removed a particular experience from GT.Well I always did well in the time trial events that used them, so in a way yes, but they weren't a 'go-to' car for me... that's what the F1 games are for. GT is about the wider world of cars, so yes it'll be sad not to have them in GT6 as they represent the fastest real racing cars in the world, but there are plenty other cars to be using instead.