While the PlayStation 4 exclusive racer DriveClub has been making waves on the gaming scene, an Xbox One owner won?t be completely left out as they have Forza Horizon 2 just looming around the corner and it will be out in September this year. Both consoles also have Ubisoft?s The Crew, which is also due to be released this November.
As if all these racers aren?t enough, Sony is strengthening their racing lineup with another exclusive and longest running title. Gran Turismo 7 is now being developed by Polyphony Digital.
Eurogamer had the chance to interview Kazunori Yamauchi, Polyphony Digital?s head, and with the interview, he revealed that the seventh iteration of Sony?s strongest racing simulation is already being worked on as they speak. However, there?s little to no chance that Gran Turismo 7 will see the light of ?day this year.
We?ve been assured that Gran Turismo 7 will be more than just an enhanced version of the previous title Gran Turismo 6. It would look like this will be a full-fledged entry in the series. Polyphony Digital is also going to work on the full game, rather than dishing out some demos or previews for the game.
Gran Turismo 6 had some issues and Polyphony has taken note of all these criticisms. It would seem like they intend to address all these with the next racer, particularly the sound quality.
?I think the quality of the sounds in Gran Turismo 6 will be improved? But most of the work will be done in Gran Turismo 7.
?I doubt that we?ll be throwing away the standard cars. Each car has its own fans. So I think we?ll hang on to the archive. In the meanwhile, some of those cars we may be able to make into premium cars as they become available ? but basically we?re more focused on increasing the number of premium cars.?
Now, should this excite fans of the long running racing sim? Or should they just shift their focus on the supposedly bigger picture with DriveClub?
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