Good news! New (old) GT5 Tracks Coming?
This would be great. I was SUPER-DISAPPOINTED to see Midfield and Apricot Hill missing, they were among my favorites. I'd figure Seattle would have to come out, with its multiple hills (flipping your car would be too easy, remember the flipping Escudo glitch in GT3?)
El Capitan was easily one of my favorite new tracks introduced in GT4, too. I'd certainly pay for a track pack.
It would be much more interesting if the images weren't there to begin with but have turned up recently, but that isn't the case. I would love some more tracks, honestly I would, just the last thing I want to do is get my hopes up.
I think it is just as likely these tracks were 'ported' to the GT5 game engine but didn't make it in due to time constraints to clean them up or frame rate issues. But at the same time there has to be a Sony Exec looking at that list who can see the huge pile of DLC cash they could rake in if the give people a chance to buy them.
@Devil240Z: Yeah it reeks of clutching-at-straws, but I have to imagine PD aren't completely stupid and will realise people want and would potentially pay good money for a pack of old tracks.
I agree. And I don't blame GTP because its not like they have much to report on now that GT5 is out. It was pretty exciting the weeks before GT5 came out when GTP had 10+ articles a day. Now 1 a week is the norm.
where's my track?
@Gunharp said:Seattle was so awesome
I'm always down for Seattle Track. Every time I head out to Qwest or Safeco field it reminds me of that track. Heck or see the Smith Tower.
Tee hee. I live there. Wheres your track?
Or was it directed at gunharp?
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