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Update v2.02 & New DLC

Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 5' started by Ross Garland, Dec 14, 2011.

  1. Update: The patch is now live and contains the following changes, fixes and additions.

    Undocumented Changes

    - 'No ABS' has been added as an option to the lobby restrictions.
    - You can now make penalties apply to Free Run mode in lobbies.
    - Individual HUD elements can now be shown or hidden individually. (Speedo/Revs, Suggested Gear, Timings, Driver List and Tyre Load)
    - The view no longer defaults back to the TV camera when restarting a replay.
  2. I can't say that I'm interested in a DLC which adds yet more duplicate cars... how about something new, PD?

    As for the patch, there are a couple of interesting looking features. Being able to see the affect of the various work done in GT Auto is a nice addition and very overdue. I'm also interested to know they mean by 'racing sound affect' (note it's singular, not plural), and what they're doing to it.
  3. The update includes some nice features which have been included in Past GT's. The DLC seems too basic though and lacks anything special. For example, the previous DLC Included Spa. What is special in this ? Nothing.
  4. Exactly. We need more tracks, not more cars.
  5. What about all of those great tracks from GT4? Surely, seeing as they're already modeled, it would not be so hard to get them in? I, for one, don't mind if the graphics aren't completely up-to-date, but even re-texturing the tracks couldn't be THAT hard (I assume, correct me if I'm wrong modders :))
  6. Any word of am upload videos to youtube option yet
  7. Hiroshi Awazu

    Hiroshi Awazu
    Off Topic Moderator

    I'm sure PD can pull it off. What would really be nice to see is far more world known tracks than what GT has now. Like the tracks we see in our other sims. If i saw that, i just may re-consider replacing my PS and buying GT5 again.
  8. Not going to happen, according to Kaz. The reason given was that it would take far too long to process video on a PS3's hardware.
  9. That sucks, thanks Ross
  10. It's not a perfect solution, but if you have £15 to spare and decent PC then you can capture GT5 (and other) game footage easily enough. All you need is something like this USB capture device. You won't get HD quality out of it, but it does the job well.

    (If you have the money you could also get a full internal capture card for you PC which would allow much higher quality. They come at a price though.)
  11. Paulo Ribeiro

    Paulo Ribeiro
    Animals and Racing Lover

    And btw, the new DLC will give us another Skyline :rolleyes: now I can drive 2978 Skylines....:eek:
  12. The only genuinely 'new' car in the pack is the Scirocco... unless there's a standard version in the game already which I haven't seen. I just don't get it. There are so many manufacturers in this game which have made some top quality cars... yet all they give us it tarted up duplicates. Waste of time and money.
  13. I would like it if more cars would have the possibility to make a Race Modification. Wouldn't it be great If you could 'RM' a Ferrari F430, Lamborghini Murciélago, Aston Martin DB9 or Audi R8?
  14. Stuart Pocock

    Stuart Pocock
    I'M BACK... Again :)

    I love the sound of a DB9 RM, how does a veryon race modded sound?
  15. Probably not that good if it was in GT5. Using any of the upgrade exhausts add horrible generic affects which ruins the sound of most cars.
  16. Very true, but streetversions of supercars sound mostly better then raceversions. With race exhaust they don't bother much about the sound. It's all about speed. Wish I could play some PC simracers. The sounds of the teaser of GTR3 gave me shivers! I imagine the sound will be much better then in GT5. But I must say: the engine sound in GT5 is way better then earlier versions of Gran Turismo...
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  17. Can't comment on the previous GTs. I have one of them for PS2, though I barely played it since I didn't have a PS2 compatible wheel back then. Some of GT5's sounds are actually rather good, but the 'tuned' exhausts are horrible. If they were made properly for each car (almost impossible I know) they'd probably be ok, but their affect is generic and just doesn't work well for most engine sounds.

    PC sims often do sound better though, to be honest. Most of the cars in GTR 2 sound great, as do the cars in GT Legends. Of course, there is no PC sim that has hundreds of unique cars that all sound different, so you have to give GT5 some credit I suppose.
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  18. is there any chance that time trial leaderboards could come to gt5? I'm actually praying that it would happen sometime in the future...
  19. The update is available now. The change log has been altered slightly since the announcement.

    Major Changes and New Features

    - Introducing the new Car Pack 2 DLC
    This new Car Pack 2 DLC adds a numer of new cars to Gran Turismo 5, and will be made available in the PlayStation®Store from December 21st, 2011. The price of the DLC is £3.19.
    This pack adds 4 new cars including the new and improved 2012 R35 GT-R, Mini MINI COOPER S, Volkswagen Golf VI R, and the Volkswagen Scirocco R.

    - Wheels can now be changed on Standard cars
    Continuing the improvement of standard cars since the addition of simplified interior views in the 2.00 update, wheels of standard cars can now be changed.
    Select the desired wheels for your car in GT Auto, to make your car lighter and improve the styling.

    - Downloadable contents can now be used by multiple users with the Family Upgrade
    This Family Upgrade will allow the the Course Pack and Racing Car Pack (including those purchased as a part of the Complete Pack) DLC's released in October 2011 to be used by all acounts on the same PS3™ system. (Planned Release Date: December 21, 2011)
    There are important points to note in this upgrade, so please make sure to read the FAQ below:
    - FAQ for Family Upgrade

    - The cars purchased in the DLC will now appear in the Car Dealerships.
    The cars purchased in the DLC will now appear in the Car Dealerships.
    Once you have purchased the Car Pack DLC's, you can purchase additional DLC cars in-game using game credits.

    - A copy feature has been added to the setting sheets
    A copy button has been added to the lower left of the settings screen. A settings sheet saved in either A/B/C can now be copied to A, B or C.
    Please use this feature when you wish to slightly modify settings you have already made.


    - Toyota 86 GT 12 - a gift for all
    We will be giving out the Toyota 86 GT '12 as a holiday season gift to all players that have installed the 2.02 update.

    - Free tickets for GT Auto
    Free tickets have been added that allow you to wash cars, change oil, overhaul your engine, or refresh the car body in GT Auto.
    10 coupons will be distributed for free to each of those who have downloaded the 2.02 update.

    - A gift to those purchasing the DLC's
    We will be giving out an additional car; the Gran Turismo Racing Kart 125 SPL. and five New Car Refresh cards to customers purchasing any of the DLC packs released in October 2011.
    The New Car Refresh can be used from the Special Tickets option in the items list, and will return a car to a brand new condition (to a condition even before breaking in the car's engine). Equipped parts and current paint on the car will not be affected by this ticket.
    * This gift will be available by purchasing Course Pack, Racing Car Pack, Racing Gear Pack, Paint Pack and Complete Pack.
    * This gift will only be made available once per account.

    Other Improvements

    - Pressing the □ button in the car ticket selection screen of the Car Delivery, will now allow you to exchange all car tickets at once. (The limit of the number of tickets you can receive all at once is 100.)
    - Tyre wear speed adjustment
    - In GT Auto you can now see how the oil changes, aerodynamic parts, engine overhauls, and racing modifications will affect performance points and engine power, before and after their application.
    - In screens where the [Garage] and [Driver List] buttons are displayed in the A/B Spec events, Special Events, and Seasonal Events, pressing the □ button will now show the [Garage], and pressing the △ button will show the drivers list.
    - An option has now been added for 'Max. number of participants - this is featured in the room settings of My Lounge.
    - Added ☆ marks which show the number of Gold Trophies attained in each event, in the event selection screen of seasonal events.
    - Racing sound effect adjustment
    - Elements of the steering assist controls (used when using certain controllers on Racing Karts) has been adjusted. this applies to steering wheels with a 200 degree turning radius including the GT Force®、Driving Force™、GT Force®RX、Driving Force Wireless™ steering wheel controllers. The [Steering Type] (Amateur/Professional) settings in the Game Options will be ignored, and the controller's steering angle will now directly affect the tyre turning angle of the car.

    Correction of Known Issues

    - An issue has been corrected where you would overrun without resetting if the pit lane is entered at low speed on some tracks.
    - Corrected an issue with performance point calculations for the Red Bull X2010 and the X2011.
    - Corrected an issue where the rear wing/aerodynamic settings was being reset when switching between setting sheets.
    - An issue was corrected where the car would become stuck in autopilot from the pit lane if a certain condition is met in an endurance race on the Tsukuba Circuit. Also revised the entry route during pit stops and speed judgement.
    - Improved multi-monitor stability
  20. There are a couple of undocumented features in the new patch:

    - 'No ABS' has been added as an option to the lobby restrictions.
    - You can now make penalties apply to Free Run mode in lobbies.

    And the 'Racing sound affect adjustment'? As far as I can tell, all they've done is add a horrible wind noise effect when driving at high speed. It sounds like you're driving down the motorway with the sun roof open. Needs to be removed or there needs to be an option to disable it, because it's just plain crap.
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