PS4 Exclusive Gran Turismo Sport Gets Lots of Images and First Gameplay Video

on May 19, 2016 11:45 AM

During a conference in London, Sony Interactive Entertainment presented Polyphony Digital’s GT Sport. They also showcased quite a lot of images from the game, and shared new information.

Below you can see a summary courtesy of GTPlanet on Twitter.

Here’s a summary for your perusal:

  • Cars will be divided in four categories.
  • All car models are rebuilt from scratch and have interior views.
  • There will be dirt tracks.
  • The game will include 117 events in offline campaign mode.
  • The game will include a livery editor.
  • There will be a Beginner’s School frature.
  • The museum feature has been redesigned for GT SPort.
  • The main mode is the “Sport Mode” online.
  • Sport mode will have divisions separated by classes.
  • There will be both national cups and manufacturers cups.
  • The game will include a schedule with events.
  • The game will include new social features.
  • Players will receive a personalized digital FIA license.
  • There will be a companion app.
  • Photo model will evolves into “photo scapes” and there will be a lot of them.
  • There’s no limit to the number of cars included in a photo.
  • The output for photos will be up to 4K resolution.

Check out the images in full size, the first screenshots (courtesy of the Japanese PlayStation Blog), and an early gameplay video.

GT sport will launch in Japan, Asia and North America on November 15th, in Europe on November 16th and in UK on November 18th, exclusively on PS4.

 /  Executive News Editor
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