Gran Turismo 7 is approaching, with new info and images.
The wait for the arrival of Gran Turismo 7 on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 it is increasingly spasmodic, also due to the lack, at least for now, of its direct rival Forza Motorsport. Lately Polyphony Digital has shown the racing game through several videos and the historical producer Kazunori Yamauchi, who sees in the new technologies the dream of creating a real automotive atelier.
Rain or shine? ????
– Gran Turismo (@thegranturismo) December 20, 2021
But Gran Turismo is not just about cars but also circuits. The historic circuit of Tsukuba is the protagonist of new images, capable of giving a glimpse of the quality of dynamic weather, now a basic feature of any good racing game. The Japanese track made its debut in the series in Gran Turismo 4, the last chapter on PlayStation 2, very short but very important for the Japanese manufacturers for their road tests.
The three screenshots, captured directly from the PlayStation 5 version show a good glance, with a transition from wet to dry (or vice versa) to the view well done, but it is clear how everything should be evaluated pad or wheel in hand. While waiting for more information, we remind you that Gran Turismo 7 is scheduled for release on March 4, 2022.
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