Gran Turismo 7 Trailer shows off new features and chill music mode
Sony’s latest State of Play presentation details the cars, trucks, and game modes that Gran Turismo 7 will offer when it launches on the PS5 and PS4 on March 4, 2022. In addition to providing a deep car simulator experience with a ton of customization options for each car, there are some new and repeater features enough to keep repeaters (or first-timers) busy. Starting with some important highlights of the show, the game features over 400 cars on the release date, featuring 34 race locations and 90 track layouts.
There’s a two-player split-screen multiplayer with online play, and like most PS5 games, Gran Turismo 7 includes a framerate mode for 60 fps performance or ray tracing for 30 fps performance. The mode is limited. Sony has not disclosed any technical details regarding the PS4 version of the game.
The game has some other PS5 exclusive features. The tactile sensation of the DualSense controller depends on the surface on which it rides. The feeling is also affected by the vibration of the engine and powertrain, and the resonance of the whole body. The controller’s adaptive triggers are used not only to simulate the unique braking system of each car but also to simulate the anti-lock braking system.