AI in GT5 to be “more human-like”, says Yamauchi

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 1 April 2010 17:52 GMT

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Kazunori Yamauchi has revealed that the AI in GT5 will be more “human-like” than previous entries.

Speaking with PS3M, Yamauchi hinted that it would be less robotic than before.

“How close the AI can come to human lap times? That was the focus of development up until GT4,” he said. “Now that has been successful to some degree, an attempt has been made to express more human-like behavior in GT5.”

GT5 is out sometime this year, says Sony. Maybe even October.

Until then, you can check out new screens for it through here, and revel in the possibility of a second demo for it.

Whether it’s true or not, remains to be determined.

Via CVG.

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