Almost 10 minutes of gameplay footage.
It seems that the folks at Sony and Polyphony Digital are having a fantastic Tokyo Games Show. The developer showcased a ton of crisp, clear and vibrant Gran Turismo Sport footage and we can’t wait to see how Polyphony Digital will utilize the extra development time given that the title has been delayed to next year.
Dualshockers were allowed to record a couple of races taking place on two different race courses with the Mazda Roadster S. One was on the Tokyo Express Way and the other was Willow Springs. The cars look quite detailed and the camera angles gives the game a very cinematic feel. Sony is really making a strong case for people to buy the PS4 Pro in the next couple of months, and we can’t wait to see how the game will shape up on a more powerful hardware.
The game launches exclusively on the PlayStation 4 in 2017.