Gran Turismo 7: new trailer confirms the release date on PS5 and PS4

Gran Turismo 7: new trailer confirms the release date on PS5 and PS4

Gran Turismo 7

The PlayStation YouTube channel has released a new trailer for Gran Turismo 7 which, among other things, confirms again March 4, 2022 as the game's release date, which should give a sigh of relief to anyone who was concerned about. away the rumors of the last few days.

For the uninitiated, a few days ago Sony canceled a press event for Gran Turismo 7, which had raised fears for a possible postponement of the game. In fact, a similar case had occurred with a presentation of The Last of Us 2, which had preceded the postponement of the game. Sony subsequently scheduled a new date for the event, but that was not enough to dispel all doubts.

At the end of the new Gran Turismo 7 footage, March 4, 2022 is indicated as the debut date in stores , which should reassure all players that the game will not be postponed, barring nasty last-minute surprises.

The movie itself is basically a short commercial with some gameplay from Gran Turismo 7 and featuring some of the features of the PS5 version, such as Dualsense adaptive trigger support and 3D Audio.

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“Lose yourself in the feel of the road beneath you in Gran Turismo 7 with DualSense Adaptive Triggers, 3D audio, and stunning visuals through the power of PS5,” reads the accompanying blurb.

Gran Turismo 7 was originally planned for release last year but was delayed after production was impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.

Gran Turismo 7 - Find Your Line Trailer | PS5, PS4

Polyphony Digital‘s racer will now be released for PS5 and PS4 on March 4, 2022.

A Gran Turismo 7 gameplay video released in December showed off the returning Deep Forest Raceway circuit, which is one of over 90 tracks reportedly set to be included in the title.

More recently, Sony released a Gran Turismo 7 gameplay video showing off the returning Daytona International Speedway, which previously appeared in Gran Turismo 5 and Gran Turismo 6.

The PS5 gameplay video shows a lap of the Daytona track, taken from the cockpit view. It then shows the same lap from the replay view, where the frame rate drops from 60fps to 30fps but the level of detail is increased.