Gran Turismo 7 is boasting robust next-gen gameplay with 4K 60 FPS and advanced technology that is ray-tracing. The much-awaited next-gen racing game came in June month and will be launched as a Playstation 5 exclusive. Gran Turismo 7 will create a real-life driving experience, possibly like all games in the series.
Gran Turismo 7 strives to do so much higher than its forerunners in terms of producing its simulation close to real life as described on the PlayStation website. The new game will give 60 FPS on 4k resolution and will show off ray-traced graphics to enable the cars, and other environments to appear so real.
The game will also be taking benefit of the PS5’s solid-state drive to all but remove loading screens, and the immersion will increase out of the screen thanks to the haptic feedback designed into the PS5 controller. A complete disclaimer mentions that these upper-limit technical advancements will require an appropriately powerful TV.
A release date has not been announced for GT7 yet, now have there been any hands-on opportunities. The site says explicitly that a 60fps frame rate is being “targeted”, so we’ll see how the final game holds up.
It also offers a variety of features that include fast-loading with PS5’s ultra-high-speed SSD, control of the DualSense controller’s adaptive triggers for actual brake pedal weight and ABS vibrations, and haptic feedback to balance road surfaces. The PS5’s 3D audio abilities will also come into action.
For video game fans that are not linked to the racing genre, games similar to Gran Turismo can tend to combine in with so many different racing games on the market, similarly Forza or Project Cars. But all of these games are masterworks of video game programming in their right but not of others, and they are extraordinary steps for companies like Sony to disclose what their new consoles can do.
Gran Turismo 7 is a new and exciting example of that, pushing the PS5’s technical capabilities so far. All these convincing next-gen grades should make the game a hell of a ride when it eventually hits rocks.