Gran Turismo 7 is going to feature many improvements based on feedback provided by fans for the past installments in the franchise, Polyphony Digital has stated.
During the Peugeot Vision Gran Turismo event held in Paris over the weekend, CEO of the studio and Producer Kazunori Yamauchi revealed that the ongoing partnership with Peugeot will carry forward to the new installment.
Speaking about improvements, Yamauchi assured that the team has been closely listening to their fans and many of their requests have been taken into consideration. Additionally, he also confirmed that Gran Turismo 7 will include a greater number of premium cars compared to its predecessors.
When asked by Spaziogames to comment on the rumor of the new installment releasing in 2017, Yamauchi teased by saying that people don’t generally like to wait too long. Polyphony Digital will be talking about the new Gran Turismo soon and fans don’t have to wait long for that, he added.
Whether this means Sony is preparing something for E3 2015, the Producer declined to comment. His statements did, though, make it sound like Gran Turismo 7 will be launching sooner than 2017 and maybe will be a holiday title for 2016.