Gran Turismo 7 is a forthcoming racing game that is being developed by Polyphony Digital and it will be published by Sony Interactive Entertainment. Grand Turismo 7 will be the eighth one of the installment in the Gran Turismo series. This game was announced on 11th June, 2020 at the PlayStation 5 event.
At this moment, the game has no scheduled release date. But rumours suggest it might drop near mid November, right near the holiday season. It could also release mid next year, as Sony did show trailers of games up till 2022. So, we cannot say for sure when it will release.
With regard to the game that the company is looking to develop, it seems as you would expect it to be. All beautiful cars, incredible tracks and perfect locations. It is difficult to understand how a racing game will play from just a trailer. And it is even harder when that trailer is mostly cinematics. You can’t be sure of what to expect and what not to. But still, Gran Turismo has an extensive history of being one of the top sim-style racers out there. And maybe, we should expect a very similar level of quality in the the eighth edition to this fine series.
Well, even though, they might have changed the name of it, Career Mode does indeed, return.
Cars in the game
These are some of the cars that will be in the game.
- Aston Martin DB11
- Aston Martin DB3S
- Audi R8
- BAC Mono
- Chevrolet Corvette (C2)
- Chevrolet Corvette (C3)
- Dodge Viper (first-generation)
- Dodge Viper GT3-R
- Ford GT (2005)
- Honda NSX (second-generation)
- Honda NSX GT3 (second-generation)
- Lamborghini Diablo
- Lamborghini Murcielago
- Mazda RX-Vision GT3
- Porsche 356 Carrera
- Porsche 911 GT3 R
- Subaru WRX STI NBR Challenge
- Toyota FT-1 Vision Gran Turismo
8K is a TV resolution that’s double the pixel density of 4K televisions, which is effectively 16x the detail of full HD, which is hard to imagine if you’ve never seen it with your own eyes. But right now full 8K support in Gran Turismo 7 still seems pretty tough. But the fact is, Sony saw fit to show off its new range of 8K TV sets at trade shows by running an 8K demo of Gran Turismo on them. Even though, PS5 will support 8K output, the console will almost certainly not support 8K gaming for most titles, if at all.