Gran Turismo 7 will be getting a VR feature at the end of this month. The first journalists who have tried it have given it positive reviews, and there are several signs that indicate the creators are not wasting their time. During an interview, Kazunori Yamauchi stated something regarding the upcoming project.
Gran Turismo 7 was released in 2018, and the production was met with a great deal of acclaim at its launch. Despite the fact that this is probably not the most impressive product in the history of racing games, a large number of fans are excited to check out the title and test their skills against the challenging gameplay.
Because of the upcoming Gran Turismo 7 VR release, Kazunori Yamauchi, head of Polyphony Digital, recently gave an interview with Game Watch in which an intriguing topic was asked. The discussion was prompted by the fact that GT7 recently received an upgrade.
“Stats to Watch for: “GT7” appears to have all of the necessary components for a driving simulator, at least from the perspective of a novice. Nevertheless, is there anything that you would like to accomplish in the future that either cannot be accomplished with the gear available now or features that are still absent from “Gran Turismo”?
Yamauchi: Actually, there is a theme to this. We are getting started on the next [title], but I am not at liberty to discuss anything just yet. I wish I had more freedom to discuss it, but I just can’t (laughs).
An editorial annotation was also included in the interview itself. In it, Game Watch underlines that Sony is working on the next chapter of the series and that it will be “tuned for future hardware.” However, it is highly unlikely that Kazunori Yamauchi actually spoke these words.
The primary concern is whether or not the developers will be able to see the current generation through to its conclusion. As you are aware, Gran Turismo 7 is really a cross-generational experience, and now the creators have been able to extract every last drop of power from the PlayStation 5.