GT Sport will be receiving its free 1.31 update today bringing in a new car from Fast and Furious actor Sung Kang (Han) and a holiday backdrop for Scapes.
The Gran Turismo Sport September update is now live and introduces the Fuji Speedway with two variants, nine new vehicles, and three new League events.
Following the keynote presentation at PlayStation Experience, Sony Interactive Entertainment released a very large batch of screenshots of Polyphony Digital's upcoming PS4 Exclusive Gran Turismo Sport, that will be released next year.
Sony Releases Hilarious PS4 Commercials in Japan; Promises Final Fantasy VII Remake, GT Sport and More
Sony interactive Entertainment's commercials for Japan are almost always of the hilarious sort, and today the house of PlayStation released two new ones advertising the newly launched "PS4 Get Chance" campaign, designed to push the console during
Gran Turismo Sport is playable on the show floor at Paris Games Week, and the local arm of Sony Interactive Entertainment showcased about five minutes of gameplay in a new video.
Gran Turismo Sport was playable on the show floor at IgroMir 2016 in Moscow, and a few videos have filtered through the iron curtain of the internet.
Today, Sony Interactive Entertainment livestreamed about eight minutes of gameplay of Gran Turismo Sport from its live stage at Tokyo Game Show.
Gran Turismo Sport is playable on the show floor at Tokyo Game Show in one of its latest builds, and Sony Interactive Entertainment prepared some really sleek cockpits for fans to try the game.
At Gamescom Sony brought a new demo of Gran Turismo Sport, including among other things the new rally track Fisherman's Ranch.
Just a couple of weeks ago, Gran Turismo Sport Producer Kazunori Yamauchi drove a BMW M6 GT3 on the Nürburgring Nordschleife for the 2016 edition of the grueling Nürburgring 24h endurance race.
Yamauchi: Gran Turismo Sport “100 Times Better” than Previous GT; Talks Audio, Graphics and Much More
During PlayStation's E3 live coverage, Gran Turismo Sport Producer Kazunori Yamauchi talked at length about many aspects of the game, including gameplay, graphics, audio, and the new driving aid to display the ideal racing line.
Time to get another extensive look at Polyphony Digital's Gran Turismo Sport, with a new batch of gameplay footage released today by Sony Interactive Entertainment.
Today Sony Computer Entertainment released a brand new gameplay video of Gran Turismo Sport, that will release on November 15th exclusively for PS4.
Gran Turismo Sport will release with 140 "super premium cars," but racing game enthusiasts always want more. Luckily, according to Producer Kazunori Yamauchi, we won't have to wait as long as we did with Gran Turismo 5
Today Sony Interactive Entertainment broadcasted the announcement event for GT Sport in Japan from the Hikarie Hall in Shibuya, Tokyo.
More videos of GT Sport have been emerging from the reveal event in London, giving us another look on the game.
When GT Sport was unveiled, some mentioned that it looked almost like Gran Turismo 6, perhaps remembering the old game through the rose-tinted glasses of nostalgia.
With the reveal of GT Sport, many seem to have taken issue with the demo's engine sounds, which appear to be a little tame.
The day after the unveiling of GT Sport, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe and Polyphony Digital hosted a fan event in London, where Kazunori Yamauchi himself repeated the presentation he did to the press the day before.
If you want to see more of the upcoming GT Sport, the folks at GT Planet published a couple more videos of the demo that was presented in London.