If you’re one of those people whose radar got carried away when a beta hit the market recently, you absolutely need to have any info or images from the next Polyphony Digital racing game too. That’s a good thing, the last place in honor of the PlayStation 5 has a small clue under the hood.
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Not enough to hit the ceiling either, but at least the trailer titled “PS5 Games – Breathtaking Games” deserves more than you might expect. Looking at it, we see that this clip, praising the visual superiority of the Sony console, its display in 4K at up to 120 fps and its love for ray tracing, brings us Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War, Demon’s Souls … And sequences from Gran Turismo 7 a little longer than the ones seen so far.
2 seconds + 2 seconds + 2 seconds …
Shown as “in development on PlayStation” as if we were talking about PS4 as PS5, Gran Turismo 7 in its announcement trailer shows us several handfuls of additional seconds of phases being aired. So it doesn’t seem like much, but having more time in a Porsche Carrera GT coming out of a tunnel and varying the outside temperature scale can get you into a trance. I will not name them.
On the other hand, I can provide an exit window for you Gran Turismo 7: expected to be available on PS5 and PS4 in 2022.