Gran Turismo Sport
Gran Turismo Sport's release date came out today, and at a London event, creator Kazunori Yamauchi also shed some new light on the title.
Here are few excerpted details from Yamauchi's London presentation:
- The game's 137 cars at launch were created from scratch and include real and fantasy cars.
- 19 locations and 27 track layouts.
- The game's offline component features 117 events distributed through the Beginner School, Circuit Experience, Mission Challenge, and Racing Etiquette modes.
- GT Sport's Brand Central (formerly the Car Dealership) features a showroom along with video from the manufacturers.
- The Museum features a history timeline comparing the car's history with other world events.
- Sport mode showcases the game's online, competitive modes: The Manufacturer's Fan Cup and Nations Cup.
- Both these Sport modes contain real-world components, including live commentary/broadcasts; real-world contests; and the chance to get a real FIA racing license.
- Your friends can see your progress through social channels, and you can also interface with the game via your smartphone and browser.
- Scrapes is the expanded photo mode – featuring 1,000 real-world spots at launch and the ability to put multiple cars into a single photo. Naturally, it includes various camera effects.
For the full presentation, check it out at PlayStation's official YouTube channel.
Gran Turismo Sport comes out on the PlayStation 4 in North America on November 15.