Lets just hope that their idea of launch title has changed just slightly since GT5. At least PD seem to have learned to hold back on the info until they are sure they actually have something release worthy. I will just think of GT6 as a 2015 title and be pleasantly surprised by anything earlier than that.I think the biggest news concerning GT6, even if it isn't official yet I think, is that GT6 will be a PS4 title.
I'd hope that GT6/PS4 would finally see the death of all those 'standard' cars which basically date back to GT3. Although I wouldn't put it past them to keep them on as 'heritage' or 'classic' models in order to boost the car count."OMG they just hit import from GT5 to GT6 on all the cars. "
I can't be bothered to dig up the quote but I think I remember Kaz talking about ensuring that they made the premium models detailed enough for use on next gen consoles, so that shouldn't be a problem. They cannot possibly justify bringing over the standard models to the PS4.GT5 cars will probably look fine in GT6. As Gingertom said, it's the standards that need to go.
Sounds. The sounds must be improved, the ones from GT5 all sound like a vacuum cleaner.
They need to stop recording in a hermetically sealed vault.
Instead of dropping the standard cars, how about making premium versions to replace them? A little trimming would be good. We don't really need four versions of 17hp Fiat 500s in the game. Just one version, and then an X1/9, for example.