Polyphony Digital and Sony released a new one behind the scenes With Kazunori Yamauchi. Today’s episode focuses on the character and emotions of a professional driver while racing. All accompanied by gameplay sequences taken from the PS5 version and also a little hint of features DualSense.
In the video, Yamauchi explains that the driver does not race alone. He is actually part of a large team that is working hard to develop a car that will perform perfectly on the road. Yamauchi also explains the sensations drivers feel while racing, from the noise of their cars and the noise of their opponents, to the vibrations felt by, for example, the sliding of the front wheels. In this regard, the haptic feedback on Dualsense will return these sensations to the player.
Gran Turismo 7 will be available exclusively for PS5 and PS4 starting from March 4, 2022. Pre-orders for the Standard Edition and 25th Anniversary Edition have been available for a few weeks, complete with a pre-order bonus. The game will see the return of the legendary GT simulation mode and will also include FIA Championship competitions and Sports mode. In addition to collecting cars, players will be able to customize and master their setup.
A few days ago, another behind-the-scenes video was released, thanks to which it was revealed that there are more than 400 cars in the game, between the past, present and future of the auto industry.
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