The PlayStation 4 exclusive Gran Turismo Sport was confirmed just last month, and Sony did talk about the title at its E3 2016 press event. It’s the first new-gen addition to the GT franchise and it will offer players four sets of cars that include 137 models combined. The game has 19 tracks and 27 possible layouts for players to navigate. You can get a glimpse of all that thanks to the Gran Turismo Sport gameplay footage that has been released. It shows us the game in glorious 1080P at 60 frames-per-second.
The team at Polyphony Digital has done a great job with this game, Sony says they have recreated the cars with “unprecedented precision,” and that players will get the most authentic and detailed models in the history of this franchise.
Gran Turismo Sport also happens to be the first title in the Gran Turismo franchise that has support for PlayStation VR. It’s not a full numbered GT title, though. Gran Turismo 7 is the next full title, it’s in development since 2014 and will take some time to materialize.
Producer Kazunori Yamauchi has also told the Gran Turismo community that it won’t have to wait as long for GT Sport DLC as it did for GT 5 DLC. He expects downloadable content for this game will come out steadily after launch.
The gameplay footage released today by Sony Interactive Entertainment is nine minutes long and it gives us a look at the raw gameplay, the new Scapes feature, replay footage, menu, and more.
Gran Turismo Sport will be released for PlayStation 4 on November 16th, 2016.