GTRevival – New Hadron Tyre Model Progress

GTRevival - New Hadron Tyre Model Progress
Hadron Tyre Model

Those who have used Project CARS might be familiar with SETA, which was the name of the Slightly Mad Studios in-house tyre model. When Straight4 started the development of the upcoming GTRevival title, they continued using an updated version of SETA, logically named SETA2.

Now Straight4’s physics developer Doug Arnao is working on a new tyre model named Hadron, based on a similar ‘philosophy’ as SETA2, yet brand new. The included screenshots show you parts of the Hadron dynamic and real-time modular toolset.

Armed with a lot more “first principle” real word data, the physics team including Doug Arnao, and Ben Collins (The Stig) are testing the new system to its core.

About GTRevival:

At the end of 2022, Ian Bell (SimBin, Blimey Games, and Slightly Mad Studios) announced that he founded a new studio branding named Straight4Games or just plain Straight4. The new company announced a Strategic Partnership with German-Austrian media publisher and distributor PLAION, (formerly Koch Media GmbH).

At this point, Straight4 had revealed they were working on a new racing simulation with the project name GTR Revival, now renamed to GTRevival which should become available for the PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S platforms. The team is aiming for a 2025 release.

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GTRevival - Hadron Tyre Model Toolset
GTRevival - Hadron Tyre Model Toolset