Gran Turismo 7 Coming to PS5, New Gameplay Trailer Revealed
Gran Turismo 7 was finally unveiled during the PS5 Sony press conference today, including brand new gameplay footage of the next-gen racing-sim.
Gran Turismo 7, the latest installment in the long running Gran Turismo racing-sim franchise, has been officially confirmed for PS5. Not only that but we also got a sneak peak at some first person gameplay, which can be seen below:
Gameplay and sound design is pretty smooth, with the graphics very clean. However, when compared to its competition it doesn’t look or sound anything particularly notable. Hopefully the game will handle well and feel like a true next-gen experience once it releases, something the franchise has been struggling with for years.
The last title that released for the series was Gran Turismo Sport, which launched back in October 2017.
The latest update trailer for that title outlined the brand new features such as brand new cars and a brand new track in the form of the Red Bull Ring in Styria, Austria. Both the full track and the short version will be included in the patch, alongside with their reverse modes. Three new GT League events will also be added, as well as an “archive” mode that showcase’s your championship rankings in Sport mode, the Nagato museum, and a Cuba section for the Scapes mode.
The previous Fuji update introduced the Fuji Speedway with two variants, nine new vehicles, and three new League events. You can check out the previous update that added plenty of content to the game, and the recently-introduced ability to purchase cars on the PlayStation Store.
Just last year according to Wired, the PS5 dev kits that were being sent out to developers included a PS5 port of Gran Turismo Sport, which was pretty significant news for the franchise. Gran Turismo Sport is currently available exclusively for PS4. If you’re interested in playing for yourself, you can grab a copy on Amazon. SO far the game managed to pass five million players worldwide.
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