Gran Turismo Sport PS4 Pro Gameplay Video Confirms Game Enhancements, Release Date Still a Mystery

Gran Turismo Sport PS4 Pro Gameplay Video Confirms Game Enhancements, Release Date Still a Mystery PHOTOGRAPH: Flickr/David Long |

The Taipei Game Show previewed several high profile games last week and the Gran Turismo Sport game took many by surprise. The game is one of the most anticipated games since its production was announced. While others assume it is all hype, the preview in Taipei has proven otherwise.

The game is a new entry in the series and no trailer has been released yet. However, some attendees managed to try out the game themselves. Some of them shared some brand new gameplay footage as well.

According to WCCF Tech, one of the videos captured how the game runs on a PlayStation 4 Pro. While its quality is not evident in the video clip, there is no doubt the game will have several enhancements while running on the game. The company’s decision to delay the game was a good one.

Gran Turismo Sport was supposed to be released in 2016, but the developers delayed it. Their main goal was to make sure that the game’s quality was up to par with the expectations of the fans. Plus, they also wanted to make it compatible with the latest technologies, like the 4K quality resolution.

Gran Turismo Sport Game Features

According to IGN, the game is one of the up and coming racing games of 2017. It is known for looking hyper realistic and will focus on the classic type of gameplay. It reportedly has a wide color space that is beyond the standard. This extreme attention to details allows developers to perfectly capture the colors used on the real cars.

Moreover, Gran Turismo Sport also has some camera angles that normal cameras do not have. This means that players will get a close look at the cars and be fully immersed in the environment. The HDR feature comes into play and enhances everything more. In fact, the HDR features are one of its selling points.

It will be able to support 10,000 nits of brightness, which is way more than HDR TVs can produce. Even without a 4K television, however, the performance benefits can still be seen. In addition, it also works with VR tech.

There is no release date announced yet, but the gameplay footage and trials update are good news. Fans have their fingers crossed that 2017 will be the year the game gets released. All anticipating players can do right now is just wait for the official announcement.


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