Major innovations in store for Gran Turismo Sport, the likes of which have not been seen since the original
In 1997, Gran Turismo (GT) introduced to the world the ability to realistically recreate automobiles in 3DCG and allow gamers to virtually experience them on their home consoles. Since then, the GT series has recorded a total of 76.74 million copies (*), breaking records and winning awards on the way. On November 15th, the makers of GT will take the title to the next level with the release of Gran Turismo Sport for the PlayStation®4 console, where it will promote the rebirth of motorsports with its partnership with the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA).
In addition to the ever-popular Nürburgring Nordschleife (North Loop), there are a number of new tracks appearing for the first time in the Gran Turismo series. We will be introducing new tracks such as the legendary “Tokyo Expressway”.
Do you have the misconception that driving simulators are difficult? Driving itself is not that difficult in real life. There’s a way to really hone your skills, through a whole new world of natural, controllable driving.
It’s one thing to be number one in the world, but quite another to do it with the pressures of representing your country. Do you have what it takes? Or how about driving for your favorite manufacturer? You can test your resolve in two championships officially certified by the FIA (Fédération Internationale de L’Automobile), where you’ll need more than just driving skill to be successful.
The official races of “Sport Mode” where top players from around the world will compete, are hosted on weekends in a match that will be broadcast live. TV quality Live cameras and live commentary, now in a video game.