Sony’s all-new PS5 console is just weeks away from its release, and at the same time fans are wondering about the most hyped-up thing there ever is: Gran Turismo 7 game. In September of this year, it was confirmed that we would be seeing many games released alongside PS5 and this one just happens to be one of them. So here’s all you need to know about the Gran Turismo 7 aka GT7. Keep reading.
Gran Turismo 7: Release Date
The thing is while Gran Turismo 7 has been revealed with a lineup of more games, there’s no actual word on this one. Players have mostly seen games such as Miles Morales and Demon Souls. The maker, Sony is being tight-lipped about this one. As of now, we don’t know much about Polyphony Digital’s racer. The only thing we might be able to tell you that the game will hopefully be arriving on time.
It could very well be that Gran Turismo 7 is being pre[ared for launched, keeping up with the past practice. But then again, Sony has done nothing but confirm GT Sport’s sequel. That doesn’t stop players from pinning their hopes on the release of this one. Additionally, the maker, Sony has also revealed indirectly some stuff about the game which makes one think it’s release is due after all.
In a statement, Sony said, “the 3D audio tech can be enjoyed at launch on games such as ‘Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered, Astro’s Playroom, Gran Turismo 7 … and many others.” If that’s the statement coming from the makers, Gran Turismo 7 is sure to arrive anytime soon.
Gran Turismo 7: Trailer And Specifics
The trailer for the game confirmed certain details. We got to know about the newest features that are a part of the game. First of all, there is going to be a revamped Home screen. It was easily seen in the trailer and it shows a sprawling map with new dealerships, which cars are used, and a tuning shop. This aspect looks exactly like older Gran Turismo titles. Moreover, the Trial Mountain and Daytona Speedway have also been included in the game and they will be in 4k and Ultra HDR. Other than that, the trailer also showed a compact Porsche 917k and the newly revealed Mazda RX-Vision GT3.
It should be noted that one has to be prepared for far more realistic lighting as well as 3D sound to get the optimum experience. Down below is the trailer provided that gives an idea about the same. The technical ability of the PS5 makes one increase their expectations. We’d request you to watch the trailer on 4k and HDR compatible screens for the best user experience.
It is also being said that those with the S5 DualSense pad will easily play the game and reap all the benefits such as the improved haptic and vibration features. Sounds interesting at this point since no one has actually seen the game. It’s also to be noted that all the PS4 peripherals are compatible with PS5, so as a player you won’t feel the need to throw out your best racing wheel and go the extra mile. At the same time, we are also expecting a Thrustmaster to release a brand new wheel.