Seems pretty set in stone for March so I'd be surprised if it gets delayed again. Getting it to run at 60fps on PS4 no doubt held the graphics bit which is a bit annoying. Still looks good though, liking the engine sounds.
Yeah, especially if you played the Pro version of Sport. I mean, to be fair, that game looked great, but I do wonder if it's being held back by the cross gen announcement, or whether it was just tough to like add in-game ray-tracing or 120fps or whatever next gen shit while keeping the framerate consistent.
I think it's partly because GT Sport looked so good that it's a bit underwhelming. I'm not sure how much you can do with these sim type games really, even the top end PC stuff doesn't look amazing. If you go overboard with the lighting and effects and stuff it just ends up looking arcadey.
Worth pointing out the race takes place in the middle of a clear day so we're not seeing any fancy atmospheric effects at all. I think it looks good. Classic Polyphony to show something off in its most dry form though.
What jumps out at me in this footage is the connection between loss of downforce and the revs and how it combines with the camera shake. You just know you'll be able to feel loss of grip via the controller somehow too
For me it would depend if the AI actually properly simulates human drivers. i.e. subject to the same physics and the same control inputs.
A lot of games cheap out on that because it's so computationally expensive. The drawback being that it often then feels like the racing is unfair because the AI can be inhumanely fast on some parts, slow on others and ride curbs like nothing.
Yeah there's some definite movement I've never seen them do before in these videos. I'm just hoping there's some decent difficulty scaling too. Found in the mainline GT games you're either way too fast or way too slow in career mode depending on your car/upgrades.
Been playing a bit of GT Sport over the last week in anticipation of this. As a pad pauper the lack of trigger feedback makes such a difference between it and F1 2021. I've no idea how racing games could ever be played on a pad without it.
Might just buy a wheel tbh. Been saying it for about 2 years now.
I just know how much of a gateway purchase it will be. I'll be looking at decent stands for it by the end of the week and not long after that I'll have a full sim setup in the spare room I use once or twice a month.