Discussion in 'Game Discussion' started by JonoStan96, May 20, 2016.
I just want more tracks damnit
Can someone please help me... I purchased a new G29 last thursday night... Didnt really have a chance to get on until Saturday morning.... First thing i thought i would try was a couple of the campaign full lap challenges where i achieved gold easily... The Nurburbring GP lap i did a 1'59'5xx first time around in the Merc with my T300. with the G29 all i could manage after a dozen laps was 2'01'2xx. Same thing in the GTS raceonoz qually lap... i was 1.6 secs from the time i submitted... If someone could guide me through any setting it would be appreciated
As far as I know there are no adjustments to the settings on the wheel. Are you getting full throttle, you can tell by the little throttle graph in the bumper view.
I think @pat65 adjusted the FFB settings and improved it.
I found an interesting post on GTPlanet re DR calculation...does anybody know anything further?
I'm a bit of a numbers person (so have been an accountant since school) and take great interest in this stuff.
I've managed to crack the DR calc code
It isn't using quite the Elo equations, instead it uses a simpler linear equation similar to Sonos. I'm not sure how we should name it - it is still somewhat Elo-based, and that's probably accurate enough for most purposes.
For each pair of players it calculates the point gain for the winner of the pair as (DRloser - DRwinner) / 500 + 80, rounded down to the nearest integer. The loser of the pair will lose the same number of points. The final DR change for a player is the sum of their gains/losses against each other player.
It's possible that there's a limit (of 40000?) placed on the DR difference (DRloser - DRwinner) to ensure that the winner of the pair doesn't lose points, but I haven't seen an example of such a big difference yet.
The spreadsheet doesn't yet attempt to include any of the boosts/drops when changing DR level, any limiting within the range 1 .. 75000, or any other special cases like that. It does include handling DNF vs DNF scoring as 0 though.
Very interesting... even though i understood about 10% of what you just said
an ELO system takes points off one person and gives them to another - the DR system works like this, with modifications. Wiki says the chess world uses it for their world rankings.
I have heard people suggest qualifying/ finishing better than you qualified/ various overtaking maneuvours all influencing DR - this claims to rule those things out, meaning relative DR score is the only influencing factor.
Having said that, he mentions a 2000 point boost for going up a level and other limits as well.
Ok, got it
Good thing Gran Turismo isn’t made by Activison or EA, I wouldn’t be surprised if they had some sort of pay to level up nonsense that only special idiots buy (when the game is fresh). Microtransactions is what is killing gaming today.
New Update Tomorrow!
• Dodge Viper GTS
• Ferrari 512 BB
• Ferrari 330 P4
• Ford GT
• Jaguar XJ13
• Lamborghini Diablo GT
• McLaren F1
• Toyota 2000GT
• Toyota FT-1
• Toyota Supra RZ
GT League Events:
• F150 Raptor Survival
• J-Sport Meeting
• La Festa Cavallino
• Gr.3 Endurance Series
• Autodromo Nazionale Monza (all new)
• Autodrome Lago Maggiore – Centre, East and West (6 new configurations)
Yay new track.....s
1 real track as well. So at this rate it will only be 2025 when we have all the tracks we want lol.
But... but thats MY thing... lol
You're way to slow these days.
"Gran Turismo Sport" January Update: The Monza Circuit and New Sports Cars Addee To GT Sport
Gran Turismo Sport will recieve an update on January 2018.
The following is a list of contents included with Update 1.11:
1. The following four events will be added to the GT League:
Raptor Survival (Beginner League)
The great American Ford F-150 pickup truck headlines this all-out one-make battle.
J-Sport Meeting (Amateur League
Race among a diverse assortment of unique and high-performance Japanese sports cars.
La Festa Cavallino (Professional League)
In this festival of prancing horses, only one marque is featured: Ferrari.
Gr.3 Endurance Series (Endurance League)
This Group 3 endurance race features road cars which have been transformed into racecars.
2. Ten sports cars from auto manufacturers including Ferrari, Jaguar and McLaren to be added.
Toyota Supra RZ (N300)
Toyota 2000GT (N200)
Toyota FT-1 (N500)
Jaguar XJ13 (Gr.X)
McLaren F1 (N600)
Ferrari 512 BB (N400)
Ferrari 330 P4 (Gr.X)
Lamborghini Diablo GT (N600)
Ford GT (N600)
Dodge Viper GTS (N500)
3. Presenting the world famous high-speed circuit and new layouts.
On the outskirts of Milan in northern Italy is one of the most famous race courses in the world. Tucked away in the beautiful green National Monza Park, the Monza Circuit, completed in 1922, is the world's third oldest race track after Brooklands and Indianapolis. It once featured a high-speed banked oval section, but today it consists of chicanes and consecutive corners that are connected by a long straight. There are two configurations, one with the chicanes and one without, that test the skills and nerves of everyone who drives the track.
"Autodrome Lago Maggiore - Center" Layout (Reverse: "Center II" Layout)
This is a short version of the course that uses the front straight of the Lago Maggiore Circuit. Although its complete length is quite short at 1.7km, it does include a high-speed section that will test your nerves. A reverse layout is also included.
"Autodrome Lago Maggiore - East" Layout (Reverse: "East II" Layout)
This is a short version of the course that connects the front straight of Lago Maggiore to the east side of the track. The 3.6km layout includes a challenging S-curve section that will test your skills. A reverse layout is also included.
"Autodrome Lago Maggiore - West" Layout (Reverse: "West II" Layout)
This is a short version of the course that connects the front straight of Lago Maggiore to the west side of the track. The 4.1km high-speed layout features a steep uphil and downhill section at the end of the straight. A reverse layout is also included.
There will be other various features, improvements and fixes implemented in this update.
PD would like you to enjoy the continuing evolution of Gran Turismo Sport.
Photos part 2:
Server Maintenance Notice (26/01/2018)
Gran Turismo Sport will be undergoing Server Maintenance and an Update in the following dates and times.
Please note that online features including Sport Mode will not be available during the maintenance.
January 26, 2018 from 12:00 ~ 14:00 CST
*The maintenance time may slightly vary
I wonder if @BMWF30328 has been waiting for the inclusion of Monza to get the game.
Lesmo 2: now in 4K and HDR, you can even see individual grains of sand being flung off your tires as you plow into its sand trap!
[This is a cruel, long-running inside joke]
It's available now.
Just wanted to beat captain copy and paste....
The BoP (Balance of Performance) of the following cars has been adjusted:
・Audi R8 LMS (Audi Sport Team WRT)'15 [Power Ratio : 92% > 91%]
・Chevrolet Corvette C7 Gr.3 [Power Ratio : 102% > 103%]
・GT by Citroen Race Car (Gr.3) [Power Ratio : 88% > 87%]
・McLaren 650S GT3 [Power Ratio : 110% > 111%]
・Lexus RC F GT3 prototype (Emil Frey Racing) [Power Ratio : 107% > 108%]
・Porsche 911 RSR (991) '17 [Power Ratio : 105% > 104%]
・Audi TT cup'16 [Power Ratio : 104% > 103%]
・BMW M4 Gr.4 [Power Ratio : 100% > 99%]
・Jaguar F-type Gr.4 [Weight Reduction Ratio: 107% > 106%]
・Lexus RC F Gr.4 [Power Ratio : 100% > 98%]
・McLaren 650S Gr.4 [Weight Reduction Ratio: 112% > 111%]
・Renault Sport Mégane Gr.4 [Power Ratio : 100% > 99%]
・Volkswagen Scirocco Gr.4 [Power Ratio : 92% > 91%]
The fuel tank capacities of Gr.1/Gr.3/Gr.4 cars have been unified. In addition, Fuel Consumption rates have also been adjusted.