If previous titles(including FH5) is to be considered then there will be no comparison.
I predict in march 2022 most of the casuals will shift to GT. Once they see how good the campaign will be they will never return here. FH5 will be left with upset core players.
I wanted to buy a PS5 last year but the price is awful. Double of the normal. So will try snipe one when GT appears.
Because IMO Kaz made a mistake going into the PS3 era with all those “standard” cars. PS4 era was all about rebuild mode for GT. Remake the very foundations of the game, then start adding your high quality content. Some of the stuff from GT7 was already present in GT6 and they brought it back because they knew it’d hit Forza where it hurts.
Forza during the Xbox One era did exactly the same mistake as GT. Stuff the game full of content without regard for quality. As a result, the franchise today is carried by Forza Horizon players, who are a majority of casuals who aren’t interested in finer details. Nobody cares about Forza Motorsport anymore (a pity IMO).
That’s why GT7 is set for a strong start. I know Turn 10 has been working on many things PD also did, but we know so little of the future of Forza that, by the time the next Forza Motorsport does arrive, it could be ignored by most.
I know Playground will take advantage of these improvements, as they always have, but my issues with Forza Horizon are completely unrelated to gameplay. It simply sucks as a service, which is why I’m reluctant to play it.
If GTA Online can hold 60 fps.
Also 60 fps will break some top speed values. The 811 will be a rocket.
There was hope R* would apply the Formula car handling flags on all cars finally ending kerb-boosting, brake-boosting and shortshifting. Unfortunately it’s not looking like it and racing in GTA stays this meta-mechanics driven experience where wrecking your suspension geometry on purpose results in WR pace.
Is there really that big a question? Forza Horizon or Motorsport could be played on XBox or PC. Gran Tourismo 7 only on a PS5. Maybe it would become later accessable via Steam for PC as some of the other former Playstation exclusives but who knows?
Are there really some guys and girls so crazy to buy a PS5 and of course paying a monthly fee for online access to Sony only for one game?
If the game is good enough, I’d buy the console for that one game, yes. I’m going to see what the reviews and gameplay videos are like before deciding…and assuming I can get a PS5 for a reasonable price
What does it matter if a game is only available on console vs console and PC? The PS5 is out selling the Xbox and the PC (one good enough to play a AAA game) is a niche market. Since it’s mostly immature little children that play Horizon, GT7 won’t have on effect most of those players. T10 will lose a majority of their Motorsport players to GT7.
Ok, your reply is just moronic. Based off of your logic, the PS2 is the highest selling console ever. Does that mean every body is going to play GT3? I’m referencing current systems and 2 games that compete against each other…