'Gran Turismo Sport': Improvements, Additions And Accompaniments
For a time the "Gran Turismo Sport" has been making a wave throughout the web and fandom community. Everyone is excited as it is scheduled to arrive anytime soon. With the details about the game enticing more fans to appear it is no wonder that a lot has been worried about rumors of glitch problems. It seems that what is feared will happen - a delayed release.
The upcoming racing video game was developed by polyphony and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment for PlayStation 4. "Gran Turismo Sport," first announced in 2015 is supposedly the first generation of the Gran Turismo video game series. Add the hype created by the video teasers left and right, gamers has been itching to get their hands on the beta version that was first announced to be out by the early months of 2016.
However, things start to be a bit frustrating when the beta which was later scheduled Nov. 15 was scrapped. This also affected the launch date being moved to a later date as per Game & Guide. Earlier, it was also reported that pre-orders for the game have been stopped. Those who have pre-ordered the game already has their payments returned.
Sony even made it a point to send messages to gamers about its cancellation. The reason speculated is because they fear that the little bugs in the game might be a little bit harder to solve and will not be fixed in time. However, It came out that Polyphony Digital President and "Gran Turismo Sport" creator Kazunori Yamaguchi is so hell bent on exploiting the features of the new PlayStation 4 Pro to the fullest.
As he takes advantage to see how he can make the "Gran Turismo Sport" better by utilizing it. With the said platform, it makes it possible to give displays that may be on the same level or better video quality found in movies.
What we know so far
The game will have dynamic 4K HDR, 60 fps displays, with wide color supports and 18GB VPS uncompressed stream. Meaning smoother and seamless visuals making the game experience more unforgettable. It also promises of looking as real as a true race. The game will also be playable in the PS VR console.
Though Yamaguchi didn't give exact details, he did say that the tracks looks very interesting in VR and also said that players will be able to check out the interior of the cars they use. The upcoming racing game also will come with an extensive car list of about 137 racing choices. Imagine checking the interiors of the cars bit by bit. How long will it take you to see and salivate over?
Other related news
Though the date is delayed, the released is pretty much on and that was probably what Thrustmaster is thinking. The manufacturer known for its controller and steering wheel has created an upgraded T300RS racing wheel package in preparation for the Gran Turismo debuts, according to PlayStation Lifestyle.
The revamped GT Edition offers full Force Feedback, 1080 degrees rotation, a brushless motor, plus contactless magnetic sensors to deliver supreme 16-bit precision. The new wheel will be compatible with both PS3 and PS4. It is currently priced at $399.
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