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| No idea why most of you are doubting the degree of car customization. R* said its on par with MC:LA. So you people have either missed that statement, or have no clue what on par means. |
We are talking about a wider variety of cars than are featured in MCLA though. GTA V will have more of those ordinary hatchbacks and saloons. Also there will be pickup trucks, off-road buggies and more SUVs (MCLA only had two SUVs, being the Range Rover 4.2 Supercharged and Range Rover Sport).
While I am very happy with the news, R* haven't taken on customisation for such a range of vehicles before, which is cause for concern slightly.
If it is on a par with MC:LA, it would have had to have been one of the primary focuses over the past 5 years.
Hey man, you & I have no idea how R* have been developing V, other than the obvious -- its been in development for 5 years. How they've allocated their resources? That's the question. Just look at the massive scale of content in V -- is car customization really that unbelievable? We're living in The Matrix and R* is The One. They're showing us what's really possible in this world.
Besides, one of GTA's main themes is vehicles. Getaway vehicles, illegal races, cop chases, chasing others, etc... these are all key components of GTA, so it makes sense for R* to allocate a lot of resources into Car Customization.
I'm not doubting the extent of customization at all, just stating that it would have been a massive undertaking.