Turn 10: We are NOT holding back cars for Forza 5 DLC

#1zerooo0Posted 11/12/2013 9:36:33 AM
http://www.gamespot.com/articles/turn-10-we-re-not-holding-back-cars-for-forza-5-dlc/1100-6416129/

Interesting, if ittakes them 6 months K wonder hoew much they work at a time?

Since Forza 5 have been in develppment since Forza 4 was finished and maybe a little before.
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#2regsantotomasPosted 11/12/2013 9:38:51 AM
It doesn't really matter.

The game being offered either meets your expectations with regards to content as is or it doesn't. Buy or not based on that.

If you think that having every single car that will be available via DLC is part of the complete experience, then make your purchasing decision accordingly.
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#3zerooo0(Topic Creator)Posted 11/12/2013 9:43:56 AM
regsantotomas posted...
It doesn't really matter.

The game being offered either meets your expectations with regards to content as is or it doesn't. Buy or not based on that.

If you think that having every single car that will be available via DLC is part of the complete experience, then make your purchasing decision accordingly.


Obviously I dont care as Im not picking Forza up on release, not because of the DLC, Im not too bothered by the DLC.

I will probably pick it up around September of next year if the releases gets dry.
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#4MugaazPosted 11/12/2013 9:54:29 AM
LOL, right. If that's true, why are they charging for them? It could be free DLC. Why isn't it free DLC? Because they want to make more money. If they want to make more money it has to be DLC. There is no way you could get a truthful answer from an entity who has such a clear conflict of interest, so who cares what they have to say regarding the matter?
#5vidalmorazaPosted 11/12/2013 9:57:03 AM
Of course they are not holding back cars, this was planned since the start, and is a common practice nowdays, most games have now day one DLC
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#6takidigits2005Posted 11/12/2013 9:59:00 AM
It's not the dlc that bothers me. It's the fact that Turn 10 has a tendency to reuse the same tracks with each new game. Sure, there might be a few new tracks per game, but I don't think that's enough. Also, I'm hearing that they took out quite a few fan favorite tracks from F5. I've played every Forza game, and this just seems disappointing to me.

I hope everyone who buys this game enjoys it. Have a nice day.
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#7BladinPosted 11/12/2013 10:01:42 AM
Mugaaz posted...
LOL, right. If that's true, why are they charging for them? It could be free DLC. Why isn't it free DLC? Because they want to make more money. If they want to make more money it has to be DLC. There is no way you could get a truthful answer from an entity who has such a clear conflict of interest, so who cares what they have to say regarding the matter?


If the developers make extra content beyond the game then they deserve to get paid for it.

I cant believe some people dont understand how project development works.

Even if a developer makes content for dlc before the game comes out doesn't mean they are holding back content that should be at release.

They made the game within a budget, they put extra rwsources toward extra content. They then sell the extra content. The developer would just not invest in the extra content.

Think of it like this. You have to do an assignment by friday. You finish it on tuesday, but then you put in extra time to do graphs charts extra essays and then turn it in. Youll be expecting extra reward for your extra effort.
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#8vidalmorazaPosted 11/12/2013 10:02:58 AM
takidigits2005 posted...
It's not the dlc that bothers me. It's the fact that Turn 10 has a tendency to reuse the same tracks with each new game. Sure, there might be a few new tracks per game, but I don't think that's enough. Also, I'm hearing that they took out quite a few fan favorite tracks from F5. I've played every Forza game, and this just seems disappointing to me.

I hope everyone who buys this game enjoys it. Have a nice day.


Well, that is the price you pay for a sim racing game, most tracks are real life tracks, is not Mario Kart where you can have 20 new track each game...
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#9Exodus_PrimePosted 11/12/2013 10:04:44 AM
Bladin posted...
Mugaaz posted...
LOL, right. If that's true, why are they charging for them? It could be free DLC. Why isn't it free DLC? Because they want to make more money. If they want to make more money it has to be DLC. There is no way you could get a truthful answer from an entity who has such a clear conflict of interest, so who cares what they have to say regarding the matter?


If the developers make extra content beyond the game then they deserve to get paid for it.

I cant believe some people dont understand how project development works.

Even if a developer makes content for dlc before the game comes out doesn't mean they are holding back content that should be at release.

They made the game within a budget, they put extra rwsources toward extra content. They then sell the extra content. The developer would just not invest in the extra content.

Think of it like this. You have to do an assignment by friday. You finish it on tuesday, but then you put in extra time to do graphs charts extra essays and then turn it in. Youll be expecting extra reward for your extra effort.


He understands how DLC works he's just being a sour tool box, I'm sure he has payed DLC for some of his fav games, and if he hasn't no big deal, If you're not familiar with how DLC works and how almost every game has it now then you're either ignorant/living under a rock/bridge or just decided to vote against it, which is fine too.
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#10takidigits2005Posted 11/12/2013 10:06:37 AM
vidalmoraza posted...
takidigits2005 posted...
It's not the dlc that bothers me. It's the fact that Turn 10 has a tendency to reuse the same tracks with each new game. Sure, there might be a few new tracks per game, but I don't think that's enough. Also, I'm hearing that they took out quite a few fan favorite tracks from F5. I've played every Forza game, and this just seems disappointing to me.

I hope everyone who buys this game enjoys it. Have a nice day.


Well, that is the price you pay for a sim racing game, most tracks are real life tracks, is not Mario Kart where you can have 20 new track each game...


This begs the question as to why developers can't just completely make up a "fantasy" track? Every track doesn't need to be a recreation of a real world track. It seems like it would be the perfect way for the developers let their creativity run wild.
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