Gran Turismo Sport Review – These Cars Are Meant To Be Driven | Gamingbolt

The first thing anyone who is even passingly familiar with Gran Turismo will notice is how compact Sport is. There’s only 162 cars available here, a far cry from the 1,200 in Gran Turismo 6, and only 40 tracks to race on. Dynamic day/night cycles are gone, and aside from one track which features rain, weather conditions are pretty static, though there are time of day and general weather options to choose from.

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anticooper415d ago (Edited 415d ago )

I love this game and i love forza both game Offers something different and thats great for racing fan like me,variety is gooood:)but i do know that fanboys wanna fight about whats the best game and that is just sad. Peace

darthv72415d ago

I feel this game should be better than it is because at it's core it still is a GT game. just not what most everyone was expecting. As a side project / spin off perhaps (like Horizon is to Forza) it could fair much better but it is being presented as a mainline GT game. The ONLY GT game for the PS4 in fact.

It's kind of like Street Fighter V of racing games. That isn't to say it's bad, just not a complete game and one that will have additional content fill in the gaps over time. In another review, someone brought up the idea that maybe this is PD's first foray into making GT a GaaS type of game. I don't know if I agree with that but I am rather disappointed that they took a game series of this caliber and turned it from a traditional racer into an ESports centric one.