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March 28, 2018
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With the launch of  just around the corner on October 17, there’s a lot of exciting information to share about the new game. We wanted to provide a roundup of some of the announcements that you may have missed, as well as some new details for the dedicated among you.

GT Sport is built from the ground up to provide race fans with something different, whether you’re a Gran Turismo first timer or one of our veterans from the last 20 years of titles. So buckle up as we detail eight things you need to know about Gran Turismo Sport.

Prepare to Race with Campaign Mode

Campaign Mode gives players the chance to improve driving skills across four different categories and tutorial videos. Each of these modes play a key role in making every driver better prepared for racing against others.

  • Driving School teaches drivers everything from basic operations to advanced racing techniques to help make everyone an expert behind the wheel.

  • Mission Challenge provides various dramatic racing situations for players to overcome. Each mission has a “friend-ranking” leaderboard to encourage drivers to challenge their friends.

  • Circuit Experience lets you learn how to drive the most challenging sections of the world’s great race tracks, sector by sector, apex by apex, until you’ve mastered them.

  • In Racing Etiquettes players learn signals, flags, and safety car protocols to ensure fair and respectful race conditions for all.

As you naturally increase your skill level, you will be awarded with a multitude of vehicles in various race groups, as well as in-game currency to allow you to further expand your dream garage.

Keeping Things Fair — Staying Connected

This year’s Gran Turismo includes a world first — the only video game with an online Championship endorsed by the world’s motoring governing body, the FIA. As a competition endorsed by the same organization that oversees some of the biggest races in the world we’re taking racing integrity very seriously for the FIA GT Championship.

In order to ensure fair racing for all, GT Sport will require an internet connection for the majority of functionality. This connectivity requirement is to ensure that progress, car availability, and driver ratings are properly maintained at all times.

PlayStation Plus will only be needed for online multiplayer. Portions of the Arcade Mode, including limited two-player split screen, single-player races on select tracks, and time trials can still be played in an offline environment.

Always Race an Equal — Advanced Matchmaking

There’s nothing worse than taking to the track and finding yourself pulling up alongside the next racing superstar in your first race.

The matchmaking system in GT Sport has been tuned to ensure that racers of similar abilities are pitted against each other. So, when you start off fresh, you’ll be placed against drivers of similar ability. As you build up time on the track, you’ll be rematched accordingly.

For those that are curious, the matchmaking is based on three key metrics:

  • Driver Level — Your driver level increases with XP gained in races.
  • Sportsmanship Rating (“Sport Mode”) — Just like in real world driving, we want to reward those that drive, and race, clean. So stick to the track, and limit the number of collisions to secure a positive sportsmanship rating.
  • Driver Rating (“Sport Mode”) — Starting on E, you can build towards achieving the coveted “S” rating — but watch out, a bad sportsmanship rating will limit your ability to progress.

Set It Up Your Way — Car Customization

Want to set up your vehicle for road, dirt, or drift? The Car Settings within your Garage allow you to change your tires, brake bias, suspension, aerodynamics, drivetrain, transmission, and power to weight ratio — basically anything you’d want to tune, you can!

That’s not the only way you can customize your ride, though. In GT Sport, every mile driven means extra rewards for you; with Mileage Exchange, you can trade in-game miles for a host of customization options for your driver avatar and vehicles within your Garage.

Gran Turismo Sport – Physics

You’ll still use the in-game credits earned from racing (or pre-ordering) to purchase cars.

 

Scapes Pushes the Boundaries of Tech and Innovations in Photography

This is not your traditional photo mode. The Scapes feature in GT Sport is a new format of photography developed from a True HDR workflow and physics-based rendering technologies. Basically, each photo location contains all the light energy information of that scene, which means your favorite car can realistically be placed in hundreds of real world locations.

Take a look at the below to see what we mean.

Drive on Your Own Terms

With powerful AI-assisted systems, even the most novice driver can get the most out of driving some of the most sought-after cars in the world! The high-level driving aids can help with everything from steering, to throttle control, to braking. For the more seasoned drivers, fear not — all aids can be switched off, allowing you to race for real.

Online racing will feature a mix of assisted and unassisted racing, so there will be something for all levels when you take your race experience to the world.

 

Up Close and Personal with PlayStation VR

Want a new perspective on GT? Grab your PS VR and get ready to experience Gran Turismo Sport in the most immersive way possible. VR gameplay is featured within the game’s Arcade Mode. Here you’ll be able to go head to head (1:1) against another AI opponent in more than 135 cars on 27 new and classic tracks that will take you from the Japanese metropolis to the American countryside.

A New Generation of Fidelity and Realism

In preparation for GT Sport, and designed to make the most of the power of PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro, Polyphony Digital has developed brand new capturing equipment used in conjunction with HDR on supported displays to ensure that the cars are as beautifully recreated in the game as they are in real life.

What does that actually mean? Well, that Ferrari and McLaren you’ve been racing before don’t actually look like that! The technology hasn’t existed to faithfully represent the Ferrari Red and McLaren Orange in a video game, so not only does the game look great, it’s now as faithful a recreation as you can get!

That’s all for now, but not everything GT Sport has to offer. Be on the lookout for more insider

 ,” the seventh installment of the go-to race simulator for PlayStation 4, is on sale now at all of your local retailers.  but this week, the full game is finally here.We only had sport mode to judge so far, but with the full release, we can now play with both the campaign and arcade modes, as well as check out all of the cars and tracks. Well, not exactly all of them — they have to be unlocked through that campaign mode.

As with previous entries, ” starts with a compelling movie-style intro with old racing footage and a melodic score that gets the player hyped up to drive. The first name on the screen is the man himself, “Directed by: Kazunori Yamauchi.” It reminds us of the latest “” game in that way with plenty of cinematic shots as if you’re beginning a feature-length film.

We’ll start with campaign mode. Unlike previous games, “” is all about online play. Where old campaign modes took you through the racing classes to locations around the world, in this game, the campaign is a bunch of mini goals to sort through, including driving school, mission challenge and circuit experience

Driving school is self-explanatory: The player goes through 20 or so accelerating, braking and turning exercises with gold, silver and bronze achievements on each. Mission select puts you in the driver seat midrace with a goal of passing a certain number of cars, hitting a top speed or target time. Circuit experience takes you track to track, with objectives like completing a selection of turns, or burning a full hot lap for a good time.

We went through a good bit of the campaign mode in one night, which seems a little easy., the driving school was one of the harder bits to complete. We only got through the early stages, though. We’d assume it’ll get harder as you pass the levels.

In arcade mode, the player has to pick a car and track — some are locked — and then get some AI competitors either in the same exact car or the same class. All of these difficulty and driving options can be changed from the menu, but it looks a little lighter than the last game.

Sport mode is the game’s bread and butter. That’s where you race a group online on a predetermined track for driver points, etiquette points and credits. Driver points show how much you win while etiquette points tell how clean you are. That means no contact and staying on the track.

To wit: Before you even can play sport mode, you must watch two videos explaining that motorsports isn’t a contact sport, per se, and that your only job is to avoid the other cars, “even if that means you have to go off the road.”

is a step ahead graphically and in smoothness versus the game before. The lighting effects are awesome, and the interiors, never a strong point with “GT,” are rendered comically accurately. The Ford Focus RS has that bright blue little screen in the center of the gauges while the  cars are suitably futuristic.

In certain modes, you can pick the time of day and weather, but unlike “ it doesn’t change during the race. It also doesn’t have the track or car list of  coming in at just 162 vehicles and six real tracks along with 11 other locations in 40 different layouts.

As a PlayStation guy, I’ve been a little biased against the “series on Xbox, but I think I might be changing my tune, at least for this generation of sims. I know “Forza’s” car list, 700-plus, doesn’t alone make a simulator, but as far as longevity goes, a list like that goes a long way. No pun intended. “Forza” also has more real tracks, which is huge for me personally. I like to practice before I hit the tarmac.

If playing online versus friends and enemies is your favorite thing, then it’s a great buy; if you’re more of a campaign fan in these games, and you only have a PS4, “” might be a better way to go. It has a longer racing ladder, and it features both rally and open wheel, in addition to GT-style cars. However, the ” fan base is tens of millions strong, and I don’t think ” can claim that. Either way, fall of 2017 will go down as possibly the greatest season for racing video games in the history of gamedom. It’s a great time to be alive!

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