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GT Sport: will we still have to "buy" cars to drive them?

Discussion in 'Gran Turismo Sport' started by michelforest, Sep 20, 2017.

  1. michelforest

    michelforest

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    Even though the GT series is one of the best looking racing games out there, I never bothered to buy GT5 or GT6 because I've always hated the way the game works i.e. I hate having to earn credits in order to drive the cars I really want. When I get a game, I want to be able to drive every car on every track whenever I feel like it. (My other problems with GT were the lack of car damage and the lack of cockpit view for most car models.) That's why I will buy PC2: the instant access to every mode, every car, every track, right away.

    GT Sport looks very promising but I won't buy it if the old system of buying cars is still in place. I can't find, strangely, any info on this. Can anybody here provide me with the answer? Thanks.
     
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  2. Stuart Pocock

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    Knowing what GT is like, you'll have to earn the credits in order to get the cars you want to drive
     
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  3. michelforest

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    Thank you for the info. I was afraid of that... well, no sale for me, unless the reviews from fellow gamers are really exceptional.
     
  4. Stuart Pocock

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    Buying the cars that you want has always been the case since GT1
     
  5. michelforest

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    I know, which is the reason why I didn't bother with GT5 and 6...

    It's a shame, in a way, because I'd like to get the game, but the idea that you have to play countless hours in order to get all the cars that you want is silly. When I buy a game, I want every car and every track available at once, like Project Cars.