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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:00pm 20/05/16 | 1 Comments
Sony has finally unveiled the next entry in the long running Gran Turismo series, called Gran Turismo Sport. With this being the first time the series has graced the PlayStation 4, we can probably expect a nice bump in the visual department. As well as the same attention to detail seen in earlier games. With 137 cars, 19 locations, and 27 different tracks, despite the title this looks like the Gran Turismo 7 that fans have been waiting for.

Check out the announcement trailer below.

And before you can say, "hey where's the gameplay footage", here's the separate gameplay trailer with footage captured directly from the PlayStation 4.

Gran Turismo Sport is due to be released this November.

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Posted 03:58pm 20/5/16
Be interesting to see if this will support the Sony VR headset.
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