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Gran Turismo Sport Zoom­ing Your Way This Novem­ber 15

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While driv­ing sim­u­la­tion fans would have to wait for longer for a Gran Turismo 7, there will be a Gran Turismo to keep rac­ing sim gamers oc­cu­pied: Gran Turismo Sport. Feast your eyes upon 140 cars from a wide range of classes, from reg­u­lar pro­duc­tion ones to GT3 race mod­els and pro­to­types, with de­tail lev­els so high that even the in­te­ri­ors are fully mod­eled. And to go with the im­mer­sion that this brings is the fact that Gran Turismo Sport. is also the rst video game ti­tle to be built from the ground up to sup­port PlayS­ta­tion VR. Take your fa­vorite cars made by your fa­vorite man­u­fac­tur­ers, and burn rub­ber on 19 dif­fer­ent tracks with a good blend of tar­mac and dirt mixed in, ar­ranged in 27 pos­si­ble lay­outs. From ded­i­cated race tracks to street cir­cuits like the Tokyo Ex­press­way, put your driv­ing skills to the test as you ex­pe­ri­ence a brand new physics en­gine that will de­liver a more re­al­is­tic ve­hi­cle han­dling to the Gran Turismo fran­chise. Gran Turismo Sport also fea­tures an on­line mode called Sport Mode, com­plete with two Fédéra­tion In­ter­na­tionale de l’Au­to­mo­bile (FIA)-cer­ti­fied on­line cham­pi­onships. Cham­pi­ons of th­ese se­ries will also be rec­og­nized at the an­nual FIA prize-giv­ing cer­e­mony along­side real-life rac­ing cham­pi­ons.

Feast your eyes upon 140 cars from a wide range of classes, from reg­u­lar pro­duc­tion ones to GT race mod­els and pro­to­types, with de­tail lev­els so high that even the in­te­ri­ors are fully mod­eled.

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