Gran Turismo Sport is a racing simulation game developed by Polyphony Digital and published by Sony.
It is the seventh mainline Gran Turismo game, and the thirteenth instalment in the series overall.
But you have to be really good.
The PS4 racing sim hits another major milestone.
Sounds like the team is winding down support.
Polyphony Digital CEO Kazunori Yamauchi is more concerned with frame-rate than resolution.
25.5 billion miles driven in-game while 37 million photographs have been taken in the last 11 months.
Plus, a brand new track, as well as new rounds for the GT League.
The racing sim still delivers on the epic openings.
All updates till May 2019 are included along with in-game credits and 10 Gr.3 cars.
New events have also been added to campaign mode.
The highly requested weather element might be added to the racing sim soon.
The June update keeps the race going.
Looks like clouds are finally in the forecast for Sony's racer.
The update takes you to the countryside.
An image teasing the new vehicles has been released.
The racing sim continues to receive notable new updates.
The newest Gran Turismo game hits a notable milestone.
Not the most significant of updates, this one.
Eight new cars have been added to the game's roster.
Eight new cars are coming to Polyphony Digital's racing sim next week.
The Ferrari F50 ‘95, McLaren P1 GTR ‘16, Greddy Fugu Z, and several more have been added to the roster.
The newest update for the racing sim is a pretty small one.
Nine cars apparently coming to the game with this update.
No details regarding any of the cars have been revealed so far.
New challenges added to GT League Events along with the ability to view previous rankings.
Virtual reality gets a whole new meaning.
The big July Update for the game adds quite a bit of new content and also brings the option to buy cars using real money.
The race to the finish could earn players some scratch from a large prize pool.
Producer Kazunori Yamauchi thanks fans from all around the world for their support.
What could this update be? A new track, maybe?
This year's Le Mans track comes to GT Sport along with new events and racing rounds.
Audi Vision Gran Turismo and Audi e-tron Vision Gran Turismo revealed.
Livery changes, adjustments to Sportsmanship Rating and more also included.
Polyphony's excellent post launch support for the game continues.
Could the acclaimed Toyota Supra be making its return at last?
Two new tracks and new Holiday Scapes also added in roughly 2.7 GB update.
"Serious discounting" means that GT Sport could eventually be the best selling PS4 exclusive of 2017.
But the true winners were Pokemon and Dead Rising.
These cars look shiny.
Baby steps, Polyphony. Baby steps.
Our head to head graphics comparison between the PS4 and PS4 Pro versions of GT Sport.
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A complete guide for Gran Turismo Sport.
Unless you’re offline. Or the server goes down.
"When people are talking about there’s no campaign mode, or no GT Mode anymore, that’s not quite true."
Producer Kazunori Yamauchi answered fans’ questions regarding DLC content via Twitter.
Gets new trailer as well.
Everything you need to know about GT Sport.
It seems like one of those modes is a clear winner over the other.
The pre-load would be helpful as the demo's file size is quite massive.
162 cars have made the cut for this game.
Take to the circuit in these shining new rides...
Your chance to see whether or not the upcoming Gran Turismo game is up your alley.
It looks and sounds like Gran Turismo, all right.
Almost online-only, it seems.
It's hard to believe that the game is almost here...
To be sold in UK, Europe and Australasia.
Despite Gran Turismo 6 featuring the same, GT Sport will avoid micro-transactions.
Polyphony Digital CEO says it takes "6 months to create a single car."
It can either be really funny, or really sad- or both. Let's go with both.
There are undeniable visual improvements.
Going head to head with Forza 7...
Check out new footage of Polyphony's racing sim.
"This really is the best data that you’ll find anywhere in the world."
Sony having a major Holiday exclusive? Impossible!
Why was this not at the conference?
Looks to be a very thorough overhaul.
New video showcases new chase-cam settings.
Polyphony Digital's racer looks really good.
New screenshots also show the game's superb lighting effects.
Polyphony's racer just looks better and better.
That's a major improvement.
The game may be closer to release than we thought.
Looks gorgeous. The car, I mean.
Hopefully, this means that the game is nearing release soon.
The solid gameplay is intact but VR makes a a few compromises as far as image quality goes.
Still no release date sadly.
Some off screen footage of upcoming games.
HDR is looking good as well.
Latest video continues to show a pretty game.
Almost 10 minutes of gameplay footage.
Maybe the delay was a good thing...
In light of its recent delay, Gran Turismo Sport presents some concerns.
Time will be taken to "perfect" release.
That is one good looking game.
Plus, some new screenshots inside.
Yamauchi also talks about developing for the PS3.
This game sounds less and less appealing the more we learn about it.
Take a gander at Polyphony's PS4 exclusive racer for four minutes.
Kazunori Yamauchi reveals new details about Gran Turismo Sport.
Real-time damage will be implemented in the final game.
Some more gameplay footage.
Just how do they plan on getting it out on time?
Beta would have meant a delay in release.
Different offers depending on the retailer
New screenshots also released.
First new details about the upcoming PS4 racer.
The radio silence broken, at least.
A recent listing points to an apparent release date for both.
Philippe Cardon killed rumors of delays in a recent interview.
Just how these pics were made and exactly what they mean isn't known.
Everything you need to know about Gran Turismo Sport.
It's still going to be bigger than other Gran Turismo prologue games.
Your first look at Gran Turismo Sport for the PS4.
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