Enjoying Gran Turismo Sport? The long-awaited racing game is finally out, but not without some quirks- the game requires an active internet connection to even do game saves.
If you have dabbled with the game’s Scapes Photo mode, you might notice that not all of the locations, like the streets in Melaka, are available. If you want access to all of the locations, it’s available as a free 9.3GB download.
All you need to do is find the Scapes Add-on on the PS Store, which is linked here.
This is an optional download, and given its size, it makes sense that is made as such.
Head’s up. Now that Gran Turismo Sport is out it is now confirmed that many features of the game require an internet connection, and that includes saving the game. The persistent online connection means almost all the other modes except for Arcade mode are available should you lose a connection.
Always-online connection has always been met with bad reception, especially if the game does not justify its need. Series creator Kazunori Yamauchi has gone on the record stating 85% of the content for Gran Turismo Sport is offline-based, likely referring to the small portion of the Sport Mode is in comparison to the other modes on offer. However, with only Arcade mode being [...]
To celebrate the launch of Gran Turismo Sport, Play Interactive is running a Time Trial Challenge for the game at select retailers in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.
All you need to do is post the best lap time, using the given track and car. The challenge begins tomorrow, October 17 from 6PM-8PM, and three more sessions on the 18th, 21st and 22nd October, 2.30PM-4.30PM.
Placing first in the leaderboard for the day at any of the retailers and win yourself a Dualshock 4 controller. The fastest time recorded from all the retailers will walk home with a PS VR.
Here are the list of retailers participating in the Gran Turismo Sport Time Trial [...]
Gran Turismo Sport has a lot to live up to. The series, once the gold standard for console sim racers, has fallen out of favour during the PS3 era. And so its PS4 debut is taking the feedback from fans to heart, but it is also taking the series into a whole new direction. A leaner choice of cars and tracks, a focus on online racing, and bring more added some extra features.
I have played GT Sport for some time- I had access to the closed beta, and now after spending another 10 hours with the recently released demo, it is time to share some thoughts about what I’ve played before its full release next week.
It has its shortcomings, but it’s good. Really good. [...]
Need For Speed Payback features a three playable protagonists as a crew to take down The House, the controlling gang over Fortune Valley. But other than the the first few trailers we haven’t learned much about the story, or how these characters look like up close.
Now we do thanks to the new story trailer. Here’s a good look of Tyler, the man that would be doing all the street and drag racing, Jess the resident wheelman for doing high-stakes jobs and Mac, the drift and off-road guy.
Note that these are not FMVs like Need For Speed 2015, just good old in-game renders.
Need For Speed Payback is out on November 10 for the PS4, PC and Xbox One.
If you are going to learn to drive racing cars, why not learn from the best? Gran Turismo Sport will feature three-time F1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton as your mentor.
Hamilton will provide tips that can help improve your driving skills, and also shares his own techniques and philosophies about driving. Here’s some snippets of what to expect, as he spends time with the game alongside Gran Turismo creator Kazunori Yamauchi. Yamauchi-san himself has done professional racing, but even he is seen here taking lessons.
Hamilton has featured in a game last year as a small role in Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare, but outside of his likeness in the annual F1 games by [...]