Gran Turismo Sport Set For November Release (Trailer)

Get Ready!

Today at a London conference Polyphony Digital CEO Kazunori Yamauchi announced the newest entry into the Gran Turismo series will release on November 15th in the US and November 18th in the UK and Europe.



A few details about the game were also released at the conference. It was announced that there will be four groups of cars, each containing real-world and fantasy vehicles. There will also be 19 locations with 27 layouts and 137 premium car models. The long requested dirt tracks and photo-mode (which will output 4K images) will also be making a return.

That wasn’t all, Kazunori  announced that all the cars in GT: Sport had been remodeled from scratch from ‘Gran Turismo 6’ and each would include an interior view. With that in mind he also added that they hope to support Playstation VR from launch.


Writer and Podcast Editor Kevin Tarne was born as an insult to nature. The seventh son of a seventh son, Kevin is the world’s last audio Wizard and wields his unreliable PC to fight evil and edit podcasts. Kevin is responsible for the unprecedented quality of the podcasts audio.
No Comment

Leave a Reply




  • Road 96 Lunch break stream Ep 4

    Ben continues Road 96. Another lunch break, another episode to help a teen escape Petria and help some characters along the way....
  • An Ode To Bonking

    If you smack them upside the head, with a weapon or some sticks instead,  That’s a bonking.   If you smash them between the eyes, With some furniture laying...
  • Road 96 Lunch break stream Ep 3

    Another day, another trip to Road 96 and trying to get a teen out of Petria. More tools are discovered, some characters become even more creepy and once again...
  • Foreclosed 1280x720

    Foreclosed Review (PlayStation 4)

    FORECLOSED REVIEW (PLAYSTATION 4)   Foreclosed takes place in a dystopian Cyberpunk America where identities are owned by corporations. It’s May 3rd 2084, and Evan Kapnos wakes to find...
%d bloggers like this: