The developers of Gran Turismo 7 have been showing off yet more footage behind the scenes which continues on from content that was launched a week prior to this.
Polyphony Digital provided an exclusive peek into how the foundations of their virtual driving sim have been built over the years and the attention to detail that has gone into the seventh mainline instalment.
Their CEO Kazunori Yamauchi spoke exuberantly about his passion for car and how proud he was about the immersive driving experience that GT7 provides.
In what is expected to be one of the biggest launches of 2022, fans of the series are getting hugely excited in regards to what's to come and what they can expect.
With this in mind, Sony showcased even more visuals that reveal exactly that, with an insight into a certain aspect of the game.
Gran Turismo 7 Trailer
Yamauchi spoke about the art of being a car collector in their latest video that was posted on YouTube, with some breathtaking graphics on show as well for all to see. He also discussed how collecting cars is an integral part of car culture.
He said: "There are many unique cars around the world with long histories behind them. I think the act of collecting these cars is another important side to car culture."
Yamauchi went on to speak about what GT7 will bring to the table from a next-gen viewpoint.
"GT7 includes cutting-edge PS5-quality models but what makes GT7 special isn't just the high quality, it's also the sheer number of car models it contains. There are over 400 cars in the game.
Here is the full footage published by the GT7 developers:
Gran Turismo is scheduled for release on 4th March 2022 for PlayStation 5 and PS4.
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