Check out new footage of Polyphony’s racing sim.
Polyphony Digital’s Gran Turismo Sport has received lots of new gameplay footage showcasing various aspects. You can check them all out below. The most interesting of the three is seeing how mechanical damage, especially the wear and tear it causes along with the change in performance.
As the latest entry in the Gran Turismo series, Gran Turismo Sport will also be the first entry of the franchise on the PS4. Along with 177 cars (with Porsche joining the line-up) and 19 locations which have 27 configurations, players can look forward to a campaign mode, Sports mode and Arcade mode. Though dynamic weather and day-night cycles are not supported, they can still be changed before a race begins.
Gran Turismo Sport is currently scheduled to release in Q4 2017 for PS4 after it was delayed from its release last year. What are your thoughts on all the new gameplay footage? Let us know in the comments below.
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