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PS4 makes “incredible difference” for Gran Turismo says Yamauchi

Yamauchi at wheel of Nissan 370Z with 2011 GT Academy winner and GP3 race winner Jann Mardenborough alongside (GTA)

Speaking exclusively to games™ in an in-depth interview feature, Gran Turismo creator Kazunori Yamauchi has praised the PlayStation 4 and assured fans that they can expect a much better final product than Polyphony was able to deliver on the more challenging PS3 hardware.

Yamauchi speaks to journalists at Silverstone (GTA)“Everything will be running naturally,” Yamauchi assured us. “PS3 was much, much more difficult. The high quality of data that we have being rendered on the PS4 I think is going to make an incredible difference.”

He went on to reveal a little more of his vision for how the first Gran Turismo on PS4 will feel.

“For GT7, myself and my staff have a clear vision: to do everything we couldn’t do in GT6,” Yamauchi revealed. “We want to make it very Gran Turismo. By that I mean it’s going to be a game that matches the very era that we live in, in 2015 or 2016.”

You can read much more from Kazunori Yamauchi on his early days falling in love with racing, the challenges of working on PS3 and his hopes for the future of the GT series in games™ 153, on sale now.

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  1. Guest

    Gran Turismo is has been. There’s nothing he can do to change that. Other racers are better and make due on their promises in time. GT6 was a joke and took forever.

  2. datdude

    I’m buying Project Cars as well but that doesn’t mean when Gran Turismo launches I won’t be all over that as well. The last GT I bought was GT5, and I was underwhelmed by it, but I have to believe with ps4 they will get it right, they have alot more freedom and power with the new system. I fully expect GT7? to be great.


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