car damage

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5 years ago#1
Does anyone know anything about the depth of the car damage being implemented in sonys never-to-be-released work of art?
5 years ago#2
"The bigger the headache, the bigger the pill baby!"
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5 years ago#3
Some cars will have slight cosmetic damage, others will have none.
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5 years ago#4
Generally speaking, the community here at gamefaqs has clearer, more concise answers than you can find on google. After clicking many links to confer with various sources, its more efficient to communicate with fellow gamers.

Also raising the topic for discussion. Personally, i feel its a shame the long awaited damage with the the gran turismo universe is only cosmetic. For such an accurate simulation, cosmetic damage is a let down.
5 years ago#5
I am disappointed with the damage as well. I also wish death upon anyone who replies to any question with "google it" or anything close to that. Why have at all if every snippet of info on here could be learned via Google? Hell, why not just cancel every other website in existence and just leave it all up to Google?!! Why not.....oh, I'm ranting. Sorry.
5 years ago#6
--- Premium cars --
-Cockpit/dashboard view available
-Full interior recreation
-Physics/mechanical damage (affects car performance)
-Scratches, dents, dirt accumulation
-Deformation and separation of body panels

-Vehicular roll over
-Headlights: High/low beams
-Active windshield wipers

-- Standard cars--
-NO cockpit/dashboard view available
-Physics/mechanical damage (affects car performance)
-Scratches, dents, dirt accumulation

-Headlights: Standard lights only
-No windshield wipers available

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