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Gran Turismo Sport Gameplay Highlights Menu, Lighting, and Replays
With such a high level of detail in graphics, Gran Turismo Sport is already being called the racer with most close to reality visuals. Want to see how impressive Gran Turismo Sport gameplay feels at 1080p and 60FPS? You are in the right place.
A new four minute long gameplay footage has been shared by developer Polyphony Digital where they have not only shown off the brilliance of their engine in rendering some of the best cars but also a number of in-game features.
For starters, the video shows off how the game menus are going to work, taking you through different sections before and after a race.
Next up, with the video in question the developers have given us a hard look at the top notch lightning technology that is being used in the racing simulator of the year – which is also going to be the first Gran Turismo title made purely for the current generation.
Different camera angles are shown, so that you get to see how impressive it looks all around. However, you will notice that the lightning technology appears much better on the cars when they are not in a race.
Gran Turismo Sport was originally going to get a beta testing phase which got cancelled last week by Kazunori Yamauchi, who said that the reason they did so was because they want to focus more on the release now. It looks like they have been putting those efforts in the right place after all.
If you are interested in the game and are definitely going to buy it for your PS4, Sony is already taking preorders for Gran Turismo Sport; the bonuses for which have been listed here.
Sport, the game with which developers are trying to blur the lines between virtual and real racing, releases on November 15, 2016 as a PS4 exclusive, obviously.