Good news, folks, Sony is bringing back its popular holiday promotion from last year. From Sunday, February 18 through Saturday, March 3, 2018, PlayStation VR standalone headsets and bundles, including a GT Sport bundle, will start at $199.99.
Polyphony Digital Director Mr. Kazunori Yamauchi, creator of the highly successful Gran Turismo series, gave an interview at the Taipei Game Show last week, where he was questioned about GT Sport, including future plans on the game’s PSVR mode – reports the Japanese site GameWatch.
While due to hardware limitations GT Sport isn’t likely to become the holy grail of VR racing simulators on consoles, but this first official trailer featuring the game’s VR mode still promises a fantastic racing experience for PS4 gamers.
As we have reported earlier, one of the most exciting features of Gran Turismo Sport, the ability to race in virtual reality, is going to be very limited. In a recent interview, Kazunori Yamauchi, CEO of the developer studio Polyphony Digital, talked very openly about the challenges of development.
We have reported before that October 19th will be the release date of PlayStation 4’s probably most awaited driving simulator, Gran Turismo SPORT, the first in the iconic title’s series that will feature a VR gameplay mode. Prior to the release date, Polyphony Digital held a a studio tour in its Tokyo headquarter, showing the …
It’s been known for a long time that PlayStation’s classic racing simulator returns to your living room, and finally we have a date to save. The official release date of Gran Turismo Sport is 18th October 2017. Don’t be surprised if it’s delayed though.
At E3 2017 producer Kazunori Yamauchi revealed some additional info about the next GT game scheduled to release this fall. We learned that the simulator is already at its final refinement stage, and Yamauchi also mentioned that while releasing games in the middle of the optimization process is very common nowadays, this time Sony gave them enough time to …
Sony Japan announced last week that between January 13 and 15, the latest version of the Gran Turismo series, Gran Turismo Sport will be available to play at the Tokyo Auto Salon 2017. This also means that lucky Tokyo-based gamers were among the firsts to try the epic racing game in virtual reality.