Gran Turismo 7 is a racing simulator developed by Polyphony Digital and published by Sony.
It is the eighth mainline instalment in the Gran Turismo series.
The Porsche 917K, the 917 Living Legend, and various Porsche cars returning from Gran Turismo Sport are shown off in a brief new trailer.
It looks like enabling ray-tracing in the PS5 version of the upcoming racing sim will only be an option when you're viewing replays.
The DualSense also allows for precision steering that one could only achieve with a steering wheel, as per creator Kazunori Yamauchi.
Creator Kazunori Yamauchi also offered some new details on GT Cafe, including the ability to showcase one's collection of cars to other players.
A potential datamine of the GeForce Now service showed a wealth of unannounced game coming to PC, including several PlayStation first party titles.
Your PS5 or PS4 will need to be connected to the internet if you want to play Gran Turismo 7's single player campaign.
A new PlayStation Blog update has provided various new details on Polyphony Digital's upcoming racing sim.
Polyphony Digital's upcoming Gran Turismo 7 has made an appearance during today's PlayStation showcase, and releases in March next year.
PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan also confirms $10 upgrade options will be offered on all future cross-gen releases, including Gran Turismo 7 and the next God of War.
What looks like a test promotional beta campaign on the Experience PlayStation website may have spilled the beans for an upcoming beta for the racing sim.
As was Guerrilla Games' Horizon Forbidden West- although the decision to make Gran Turismo 7 was allegedly only recently made.
Though previously confirmed as a PS5 exclusive, Polyphony Digital's racing sim will also be making its way to the PS4 in 2022.
The racing sim won't be launching this year, as previously planned.
Though it will take elements from GT Sport as well.
Polyphony Digital are looking to apply "applying an incredible amount of attention" to details.
The upcoming racing sim won't be releasing on the PS4.
It focuses on the first party titles Sony hopes to get out between now and 2021.
A French ad may have spilled the beans.
The official website gets updated with a few new details.
Which modern racing car should grace the cover?
Polyphony Digital boss Kazunori Yamauchi talks about how the upcoming racing sim will leverage the PS5's new controller's features.
Sony's Simon Rutter says exclusives are "more important" than ever.
Some of the stuff here is simply not possible on PS4.
The next instalment in the racing sim series has been officially unveiled.
The next entry in Polyphony Digital's racing sim series might be unveiled soon.
Trademarks for GT and Polyphony Digital logos have also been filed.
The next game in the series looks to encompass a lot of the franchise's roots.
Why haven't we seen a new mainline numbered sequel from Sony's racing sim franchise yet?
For everyone burned by Gran Turismo Sport, this is excellent news.
Polyphony Digital have created their very own in-house real-time ray tracing tech.
Take it with a pinch of salt.
Current focus is on Gran Turismo Sport and DLC afterwards.
Polyphony Digital currently has several open positions for its upcoming racing sim.