Great tourist as a series that used to be a special display for anyone and all the equipment that was decorated, but with Gran Turismo 7 as a cross-gen game, many are wondering how much of the game will be able to get away from the PS5’s hardware. Of course, it looks great, from what we’ve seen so far, but what PS5-specific features can we expect to see fully utilized?
The game is still a few months away from launch, so it’s a very clear idea that it might crystallize at first-up launch, but it looks like the take-ray, at least, is will be used in a very limited system. In a conversation with Watch Sports, Production director and Polyphony Digital manager Kazunori Yamauchi confirmed that “for now” players will be able to allow ray-scanning in the PS5 version of the game during cutscenes, which allows them to “see the situation demo and image and take used checks to the garage. ”
Yes, and some time left before Gran Turismo 7 opening, but not mentioning Yamauchi says this is the case “for now”, there is the possibility (hopefully, more) of a bright-looking face in the game that has expanded between these and the launch.
Recently, it has also been confirmed Gran Turismo 7’s one struggling player will need an internet connection, with Yamauchi explaining that the restriction is in place to protect copying, among other things. Meanwhile, it has also been confirmed that the game will support cross-gen multiplayer.
Gran Turismo 7 launched on March 4, 2022 for PS5 and PS4.