polyphonic digital Famous for producing spare ribs Grand Tour game. Whether recreating a street circuit inspired by a California beach, showing your style on a pine-lined course in a more European setting, or creating asphalt that’s better than anything you can see with the naked eye, the studio All performed well.
But after a more multiplayer-oriented focus GT Sport – The last game in the series of yesteryears – Many PlayStation veterans are left wondering if the developer can still deliver something more mainstream; a game that talks to regular players as much as it does to eSports enthusiasts.
It appears that with Grand Tour 7Polyphony Digital is back at its best; reviews for the game have been largely positive, with only a handful of outliers heavily criticizing Sony’s latest console exclusivity.
The extra time in the oven seems to be doing well for the game: Gran Turismo 7 is slated for release sometime in 2021. However, at the end of 2020, Sony delayed the title until 2022, citing Covid-19 and its impact on development.
However, the delay also gives the game more time to carry out its marketing activities. Over 30 minutes of GT7 PS5 footage was revealed at Sony’s State of Play showcase in early February – followed by some promotional previews and interviews.
But what do critics think of this new entry in the long-running and iconic series? Here are all the important scores:
iGamesNews – 5/5 – This is a must for hardcore racing fans, and it’s such a great game that it might actually turn some casual players into real gas heads.