Update: As expected, Polyphony has now pulled by the tarpaulin on the stunning first gameplay trailer for Gran Turismo Sport. Have a gander at it above.
Original Story: Developer Polyphony Digital has dated Gran Turismo Sport for release on November 15 in North America, with CEO Kazunori Yamauchi claiming the spinoff features “a level of innovation not seen since the first Gran Turismo.”
Featuring four separate groups of cars, it’s understood Sport will launch later this year touting 137 “super premium” vehicles, with Yamauchi revealing that all car models have been rebuilt from scratch following the launch of Gran Turismo 6 three years ago.
Currently hosting a live event in London, Polyphony is expected to premiere GT Sport‘s first gameplay trailer via YouTube later today, and we’ll update this article once the snippet drops.
Also included in the PS4 racer are 19 locations with 27 layouts, the return of dirt tracks, Photo Mode with 4K support and, marking a series first, a companion app. GT Sport will also support PlayStation VR at launch, though details of how the peripheral integrates with the game remain scarce for now. It’s currently available to pre-order via select online retailers, including Amazon.
There’s also word of a Limited Edition. Priced at $69.99, full details of the premium bundle can be found below.
- GT Sport Starter Pack (8x Cars) – Gain immediate access to cars within various race class, including GT4, Rally, and more
- $1MM In-Game Credit – Build and customize your personalized garage
- Livery Sticker Pack – Bonus livery of numerous brands and logos
- 30x PS4 GT Sport Themed Avatars – Based on selected GT Sport featured vehicles
- Racing Helmet – For your customized driver profile
- Limited Edition Steel Book and Packaging
Gran Turismo Sport races onto PS4 on November 15 in North America, Japan and the rest of Asia. Those across the UK and Europe will receive the simulator on November 18.