Sony’s Gran Turismo Sport will be showing up in full capacity at E3 2016. The world’s most popular racing simulator has a long history of defying expectations and graphical limitations, so this trailer gives a good look at what the fabled Polyphony Digital is able to crank out of the PlayStation 4.
Gran Turismo’s legacy of innovation is rekindled once again with the next iteration of Polyphony Digital’s eSports-focused racing simulator. More than 15 years ago Kazunori Yamauchi and his team introduced console gamers to real-world physics, and more recently, Gran Turismo has trailblazed new paths across the gaming and automotive industries with programs such as Vision Gran Turismo and GT Academy. Building on GT Academy’s success, GT Sport empowers gamers of all skill levels to compete in high-stakes racing with FIA-certified championships.
Gran Turismo Sport launches for the PlayStation 4 on Nov. 15. The studio has made it very clear that this is not Gran Turismo 7, whatever that warning means.