Racing game fans are curious about what we can expect from Gran Turismo Sport. People have been playing this series of games since the first one came out for the Playstation back in 1997. The series has garnered a lot of attention and fans due to how well it simulates the act of racing a car professionally.
The game has always been a staple of excellent graphics, as well. Each new iteration brought with it visuals that would always leave fans with their mouths wide open. But this sometimes came at a disadvantage since the release of the games always had a habit of being delayed. This is understandable given the complexity of the series but fans were still unhappy most of the time.
But here we have the newest of the series, Gran Turismo Sport, which has been revealed as a PS4 exclusive recently. The first beta for the game will be out in Spring of 2016.
The real question that fans want to ask is what will this game exactly be. Will it be a Prologue release like the creators have done in the past just to appease the fans until a full game is released? Or will it be a standalone game that is just using a different name in order to use newer and far improved technology? Apparently, neither of those two things.
The direction in which they want to take the series with this new game is multiplayer. In the past Gran Turismo has been a series which mostly focused on single player but nowadays online play is what everyone craves. So GT Sport will try to fill that exact gap. It’s going to be a new game featuring online play and exquisite PS4 graphics.
GT Sport will have three main modes of play: Campaign, Arcade Mode and Sports Mode. By competing in some of these online championships you will have your results recognized by the FIA. People who win such competitions will be treated like actual racing drivers. The creators are also trying to turn the game into an E-sport while also adding Playstation VR support for the game.
To sum it up, Gran Turismo Sport will be like a Prologue release, only with a focus on multiplayer instead of the usual single player experience we’ve come to expect from the series.
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