Of particular importance to us is the launch of the Gran Turismo 7, the next installment in Polyphony Digital’s extremely popular series. And even if we didn’t get to learn much about the game itself, we were treated to some of the most spectacular images a game of this type ever produced.
The game’s creator Kazunori Yamauchi did promise in a short intervention before the in-game footage was aired “this new Gran Turismo should make fans very happy” especially when it comes to campaign mode.
Most importantly, it would appear Polyphony is bringing back to the franchise the vehicle tuning feature to a much larger extent than currently offered on the Sport variant of the game. A closer look also reveals a possible return of the Trial Mountain and Deep Forest fictional circuits. New vehicles also seem to be in the cards.
Aside for Gran Turismo 7, PS5 is the platform of choice for many other new exciting games that were announced on Thursday: Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Deathloop, Village: Resident Evil, Horizon: Forbidden West, and Kena: Bridge of Spirits are just a few of them.
Sony also announced the launch of an expanded and enhanced version of GTA V with “technical improvements, visual upgrades and performance enhancements.”
Most importantly, “a new standalone version of GTA Online” will be available for free for PS5 owners for the first three months after the console’s launch. Until the launch of GTA Online on PlayStation 5, as a bonus, PlayStation Plus members on PlayStation 4 will get GTA$1,000,000 each month.
Every detail on Gran Turismo 7 and the full presentation for PS5 can be viewed in the videos attached below.