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Gran Turismo Sport is Targeting 1080p 60FPS, Only 50% Complete
Polyphony Digital showed its Gran Turismo Sport earlier and confirmed that it is targeting 1080p at 60FPS. This won’t be easy to achieve because Gran Turismo games are known to push the boundaries of what’s visually possible on PlayStation machines.
Early impression for the game are out but many publications seem to be unimpressed by the visual fidelity of Gran Turismo Sport. Some said that “Gran Turismo Sport isn’t the PS4’s visual showcase you had been expecting.” They are experienced reviewers and authors but they fail to mention that the game is only 50% complete, which is really odd.
This was stressed on a number of occasions during Polyphony Digital’s livestream where they showed new footage for Gran Turismo Sport.
Anyhow, for the time being you don’t need to worry about the game’s visuals as it will improve before release. However, what’s disappointing is that general public won’t have access to the game before release as originally promised.
Devs confirmed earlier that they won’t be doing a Gran Turismo beta because it is important to focus on completing the game.
That’s something that I’m very, very sorry about,” said Yamauchi while talking about the beta. “In order to do a beta test we have to make a gold master of the beta test code, and for us it actually takes as much effort as to finish the real master code of the actual game
Moreover, pre orders for the game are now live along with choices of different special editions. Polyphony will speak more about the game in the coming weeks, so check back for more updates.
How are you liking Gran Turismo Sport so far? Have you seen the new trailer?