ajokay wrote:Just had a chance to watch the video in @PJTierney's OP.
Will there be any driving* or is it all just a photo app with lots of highly detailed locations that the dev team have spent time developing rather than a racing game?
*Yes, I know there were a few GT3/2/E cars driving around a very flat (texture-wise, not elevation-wise) the Nordschleife in a one-by-one formation, equidistant from each other... but that's what it looked like in Gran Turismo 4.
ajokay wrote:Will there be any driving* or is it all just a photo app with lots of highly detailed locations that the dev team have spent time developing rather than a racing game?
Perhaps it's because we've been spoilt by the splendour of Forza Motorsport, already into its second iteration on Xbox One, or Assetto Corsa, which is about to make its console debut later this summer. Gran Turismo Sport, however, looks, sounds and plays just like Gran Turismo 6 on the Playstation 3.
It's a compliment of sorts - Gran Turismo 6 is still, a few years and a generation later, an exceptionally handsome game, and Sport benefits from a solid foundation. Right now, though, it doesn't look to do much with that foundation - to an untrained eye (albeit one that's poured countless hours into Gran Turismo 6) it's hard to tell the difference.
pyjames91 wrote:How on earth do they get away with it? Graphically it's not that much more advanced than the previous Gran Turismo, the features being introduced are 10+ years out of date, and I can't exactly comment without playing it, but the cars in the trailer and gameplay footage seem to move around like they're made out of jelly with the same mass as a cloud. Cars don't move like that! Project Cars may have felt pretty poor but at least the cars made realistic movements.
pyjames91 wrote:How on earth do they get away with it?
Lin1876 wrote:No dynamic weather because apparently current-gen consoles can't do what the previous-gen consoles could.
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