Today, during the Gran Turismo Sport Nations Cup, Gran Turismo 7 producer Kazunori Yamauchi talked about the future.
Gotta say, I adore the Mazda RX Vision. Please make me one Mazda!
That thing screams
Commendable. The team does seem to strive for the best. Even with the smallest details. I hope on PS5, that we get a full on VR mode. Sucked that it was so limited on PS4 because of the quest for perfection and higher quality. Early video showed multi car racing in GT Sport that was removed before launch. PS5's power should bring the next level of driving and full immersion in GT 7. No excuses this time. I'm also looking at you Project Aces/Namco Bandai and Ace Combat 8. A few missions wasn't enough with how awesome it is in 7. Same thing. No excuses on PS5.
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No one cares about the detail on a headlight filament. Make an exciting and ground breaking game like you did on the ps1. Repeating tracks in the mx5 to gtr grind is so 1990s, give us tracks with life in them, proper ai, something new and lived in like forza horizon, not the same sterile dull gameplay thats been done to death.
Yeah. Because simulation racing is about smashing through debris in high performance cars. So good, the FIA approached Playground Games to give them their full support. Not the same type of game buddy. Only thing it really needs is how weather and environment affect driving performance. Wind, rain, snow, dust, light, etc. That's all. Those things would also create background animation from things like trees, leaves and grass. Like Ghost of Tsushima in a way.
Your issue is comparing a open world arcade racer like Forza Horizon to a driving sim racer that GT has always been known for.
Wrong type of game man especially if your comparing Forza Horizon to GT. Two different racers man. Just stick to Horizon dude.
They released only game in last gen, I hope this time GT 7 comes with both online and offline, so it makes everyone happy :)
This is one of my most anticipated games for PS5 but I would be shocked if it is actually released in 2021 given Polyphony Digitals reputation for delays. Hopefully I will be pleasantly surprised and they actually will release a new entry in 2021 that lives up to the quality/standards set by the previous games. Also please don't waste time and resources to include a VR mode. Release a separate title later for the niche group who care about VR.
That "niche group who care about VR" spend a lot of money, so they're worth looking after. Also, Sony are the market leaders and will want to demonstrate what can be done to continue to push the industry forward. I'm pretty much certain they'll go all out with VR in GT7. VR gamers are growing - slowly, but steadily - as the tech improves and I think we'll see a significant growth in uptake once the PSVR2 launches. Personally, I think driving games and horror games are far better in VR, especially with a decent setup.
@SullysCigar Sony does not care about being market leaders in a niche group. They are in the business of making money like everyone else. VR is not growing at the pace that Sony wants and if it continues down this path Sony will completely drop support for it. The majority of their top teams and games smartly avoid VR. It is kind of like the 3ds situation in my opinion. Nintendo hyped up the 3d feature on the portable and most people who bought it tried it thought it was neat but ultimately preferred to play games regularly without 3d enabled. For everyone who loves VR there are others who tried it said it was neat but would rather play games regularly. The mixed response is why growth will continue to be slow or non existent. Finally I see plenty of commercials for PS4 and PS5 but I can't remember the last time I have seen them advertise PSVR. The lack of advertising should tell you something about how Sony feels about VR.
I agree Sully. Ps360 doesn't know what he's talking about. Sony sold VR hardware at a profit and not a loss. Something someone ignorant on the subject wouldn't know. And made millions on games and royalties of 3RD Party VR games. And that's on thrown together hardware based on lights and 10 year old controller technology. We know Sony's making another headset. It would be foolish not to. Phase out gen 1 VR so that PSVR 2 can shine brightly. It's called generations this guy doesn't seem to see. Same as everyone's impressions of PS5 and Dual Sense being a new generation that you can feel. Compared to Microsoft just updating and there's no feel of being different. We spent more to get more immersion. Some here still believe looking at 3D games on a flat 2D screen is the ideal way or the only way to play. First person in VR makes TV first person look like a joke. He'll just be left out and make excuses why one of Sony's top developers shouldn't make their game even more realistic over other driving games by improving VR.
@ApocalypseShadow Where did I say Sony sold VR hardware at a loss? I said it is not growing as fast as they would like. Nintendo made money off of every Wii U sold as well remind me how did that go. If you had the ability to take off your fanboy eye googles, be objective and research you would see even the Playstation CEO admitted VR won't be meaningful/relevant for years (see article below or review on your own to see recent comments by the CEO). Get back to me if Sony stops being non commital about VR, announces a launch date for PSVR2, and Naughty Dog's main team decides to release a title for it. You fell for the hype like the people who bought Microsoft Kinect, Playstation Move, etc https://www.theverge.com/20...
Even if it is just time trials, the VR in GT Sport blows away the 'flat' version. Especially if you have a wheel setup. GT7 better have 100% VR support.
He has been working on nothing but GT for 25 years now. That is some dedication right there. And I have been with GT since the beginning. I can still remember buying the PS1 GT1 bundle in a toy storeback in 1998. Good times.
Me too. I still remember how excited I was when I booted up GT1 at launch. And still, in my opinion, nothing beats that GT feeling. Absolutely cannot wait for GT7
Being a real driver and passionate about cars also might have something to do with it.
it'll come out on ps6
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