Gran Turismo News: Sony And Polyphony Digital Unveils A Drooling 'Gran Turismo Sport' Trailer In 4K And HDR; Gameplay Leaked [VIDEO]

Dec 07, 2016 08:50 AM EST | Portia Mae M. Cansancio


The automative video gaming world has been talking about "Forza Horizon 3" this year, but its glory is soon to end. The year of Gran Turismo, specifically Gran Turismo Sport, is coming this 2017 --- anticipated by every racing car gamer. There might have been previous trailers for the game, but Sony has shown everyone once again how the up-to-date embodiment of this iconic racing series is almost on the go via the most realistic, gorgeous, and out of this world effects on its latest official trailer.

Gran Turismo is a famous series of racing video games developed by Polyphony Digital. It is developed solely for PlayStation systems, which are intended to imitate the appearance, experience, and performance of a large selection of real-world vehicles. Gran Turismo has always regarded each game, from the feels down to the effects, a realistic digital realm.

In the 2016 PSX expo in Anaheim, California, another trailer of Gran Turismo Sport was shown by Sony and Polyphony Digital. Without doubt, the trailer looks amazing. Its trailer showcases unbelievable day, night, and weather effects with a more detailed look on cars and realistic car sound effects in 4K. It also has an HDR support that highlights the game's scenic views and stunning landscapes. But even though its graphics were great, there are some changes in its gameplay --- which are yet to be seen.

The Gran Turismo Sport trailer only showed that it's coming in 2017. It was originally planned for release at the end of this year; however, the game was behind in August. During that time, Poliphony Digital hinted that since it was their most ambitious project, the game needed extra polishing, according to .

The trailer's sneak peek on its  only showed how the new Gran Turismo game would defeat Forza Horizon 3: making it harder for viewers to tell reality from virtual reality.

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