Sports car 7 It will be released on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 on March 4, and will be announced by Polyphony Digital and Sony in tonight’s PlayStation Showcase.
The game has a newly designed campaign mode, the UI of the paint editor has been improved with practicality and accessibility, and Scapes will allow you to use HDR technology to take realistic photos. According to polyphony, You will be able to freely take photos of your car in more than 2,500 locations in 43 countries/regions, and each photo can be shared with others.
In addition to the return of the GT campaign mode, circuits such as Trial Mountain and High-Speed Ring will also make a comeback.
The game also includes GT Cafe, which allows you to “navigate the adventure” in the world of Gran Turismo. This will showcase specific car series with cultural significance in the past, present and future. Here, you will advance and complete tasks in GT Cafe by winning prizes from various competitions around the world, as well as brand centers and used car dealers.
You will be able to modify and customize your car to suit your personal taste, and some minimal changes will have a different effect on the behavior of the vehicle. In GT7, you can start with stock vehicles again and build vehicles gradually.
GT Auto also made a comeback by changing wheels, wide-body modification, adding roll cages, changing engine oil, and washing the car.
Time and weather change simulations are created by using meteorological observation data. The development team uses these data to reconstruct the spatial and temporal conditions of the “particle size distribution and concentration distribution” of aerosol particles in the atmosphere on a global environmental scale. Using Scapes HDR images to check the effectiveness of the simulation, the team used accumulated data from thousands of locations around the world to create “real and complex skyscapes” and light changes at different times of the day and weather.
This sounds really impressive, even from what we saw in the trailer.