Updated 04:32 PM EDT, Sat, Sep 26, 2020

'Gran Turismo 7' Now in Development! PS4 Release Date, Gameplay, Features & Expectations Here [Rumors]

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The "Gran Turismo 7" is already in development, as game creator Polyphony Digital confirmed in 2014. It is expected to outclass the previous release with superb gameplay and visual graphics. 

According to Motoring Crunch, the "Gran Turismo 6" was launched holiday 2013 but was not able to make a big splash since the game was also developed for PS3.

This time, the "Gran Turismo 7" will be the first PS4-exlusive title in the franchise so its developers are really working towards providing fans and players, an excellent gameplay experience.

It was reported that Polyphony Digital even hired new software and tools engineers as well as technical artists to ensure that the next installment will be nothing short of spectacular. "Obviously, this is enough to confirm that 'Gran Turismo 7' is going to be epic," added Motoring Crunch.

Master Herald said that Polyphony has promised the people "something special" with the much-awaited release of the "Gran Turismo 7."

It added that the game developer is already working on the full version of the game and not just a taster. The game was initially rumored to be released this year or next year but there have been discussions saying that its release can be pushed as far back as 2017.

BreatheCast, in a similar report, added that as early as now, players are already eager to see some improvements in graphics, gameplay and audio quality for PS4.

Old cars will also be reportedly retained with an addition of some premium cars, as per series creator and Polyphony Digital CEO Kazunori Yamauchi.

"I doubt we'll be throwing away the standard cars. Each car has its own fans. So I think we'll hang on to the archive. In the meanwhile, some of those cars we may be able to make into premium cars as they become available - but basically we're more focused on increasing the number of premium cars," Yamauchi told Eurogamer last year.

The addition of new cars will surely make the game more exciting since it will give the players wider options for their races.

Another major breakthrough expected by players for "Gran Turismo 7" is the GPS Track Maker offering of the game which has been included in Beta Testing since 2014.

Federation Internationale de l'Automobile Head of Safety Jacques Berger was reportedly very amazed with the track maker's accuracy stressing on its precise details.

"It was not just the tracks that have been precisely mapped out, but also the surrounding landscapes such as the run-off areas, grandstands and buildings," Berger said, as noted on The PlayStation blog.

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