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GT5 Will Feature Damage Modeling |

If you watch the GT5 trailer it shows a few crashes, and highlights a damaged car:


Full Trailer Here:

MINOR FIX: Only one car is damaged. Thanks Richard

  • Trev

    i noticed this in the trailer along side the official WRC Logo. a fantastic move along with Nascar, those races will be immense with damage.

  • JimmyMagnum

    well, GT5 is officially back on the radar. About time. Now Forza has absolutely no chance besides it’s custom paint schemes, etc.

  • Just because you see it in a CG trailer?

    This game is going to be boring as ****, just like every other GT game since 2.

    Edit: Please keep this site family friendly.

  • JimmyMagnum

    finally got the trailer to work. Licensing must have been ridiculous, considering they got NASCAR and WRC. I just gope that we get to make some aesthetic mods because my Forza has a ’68 Barracuda that I race that I have decked out to look like a racecar

  • Hopefully Polyphony Studios can learn from Race Driver: GRID – easily one of the best racing games on the market over the last year.

  • JimmyMagnum

    I loved GT4, raced mostly muscle cars, but that’s me lol. My ’70 Superbird turned out to be an awesome circuit racer the way I had it tuned. Sry there isn’t any body mods for you to make a car look like a piece of junk Dave. Also sorry about the game’s handling not being arcadey at all. Don’t know why you think it’s boring, any other simulation racing game is about the same, Polyphony just takes the vehicle handling more seriously. It’s probably boring if all you play is games like Burnout, etc. but I, myself, like the simulation game every now and then, especially with muscle cars, just to see how well I can get them to handle/perform

  • Darrin

    Wow, they really know how to make cool trailers. Every trailer they put out looks awesome.

    Dave, lots of people find the serious sim racers boring. But GT2 was more exciting?

  • Richard

    You mean “car” none of the other ones show any contact or damage, only the WRC one.

  • Dave, Boredom is in the eye of the beholder.
    For some driving around a track hundreds of times to shave off a few thousandths of a sec sounds boring. For others its a weekend of thumb numbing, tears rolling down my cheek because i haven’t blinked in minutes compulsion. All to just to better my lap time by .007 and get a gold medal.

    I am saving up to get the force feedback wheel.

  • Lordincubus

    They need to get this game on the market ASAP. There needs to be damages and explosions and there also needs to be 1 million cars to choose from. Also they need to due away with all the licenses, they need to allow the none hard core grease monkey’s to have a chance to race some amazing cars.

  • JimmyMagnum

    then it wont be Gran Turismo

  • GreaseMonkey

    GRID coupled with Logitech G25 is immense to play and I’d never get bored of that thanks to the online competitiveness. I hope GT5 will support steering wheel fully and realistically. GT5 Prologue, being demo of what could come, should never have been released.