Spa-Francorchamps Tour Is Pure Bliss in This Real Life vs. GTS Comparison

Gran Turismo Sport is one of the most popular racing simulators out there, and there’s no doubt Polyphony Digital has put a lot of effort into making it as accurate as possible.
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But in addition to the so many cars accurately reproduced in the game, which you can drive yourself if you install GTS on your PlayStation, the developing company has also spent a lot of time to get all the circuits right.

And without a doubt, doing this was absolutely mandatory for a virtual experience that gets as closer as possible to the real life.

A video published this week by YouTuber GT Sport Hot Laps shows a comparison between the Gran Turismo version of the Spa-Francorchamps circuit versus the real version, all using a side by side tour that you can watch by hitting the play button below.

While I’m not trying to offer any spoilers, yes, the digital version is pretty accurate and Polyphony Digital has done a pretty good job to reproduce the track in the game. Of course, this is also valid for other circuits in Gran Turismo Sport, but the comparison here is living proof of all the work to make the game as close to reality as possible.

Despite being released in 2017, Gran Turismo Sport continues to be one of the most downloaded games on PlayStation these days, and all the sales happening in Sony’s stores make it one of the best-selling games every once in a while. For what it’s worth, Gran Turismo Sport can be yours in the United States from the Sony U.S. Store for $19.99 after the game originally launched with a $59.99 price tag.

As said, price cuts are announced every once in a while – just last week, Sony launched such a sale in several global markets, including in Europe, where the game was available for just 14.99 Euros.

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About the author: Bogdan Popa
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Bogdan keeps an eye on how technology is taking over the car world. His long-term goals are buying an 18-wheeler because he needs more space for his kid’s toys, and convincing Google and Apple that Android Auto and CarPlay deserve at least as much attention as their phones.
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