The Gran Turismo franchise may very well be coming to the PC platform sooner or later, which might observe a long time of PlayStation exclusivity.
In an interview with GTPlanet, sequence creator Kazunori Yamauchi says that he would contemplate bringing the racing sport over to PC. “Gran Turismo is a really finely tuned title,” Yamauchi explains. “There aren’t many platforms which may run the sport in 4K/60 natively, so a method we make that attainable is to slim down the platform. It’s not an easy topic, however in fact, we’re trying into it and contemplating it.”
Many PlayStation 4 video games have been launched on PC, together with Horizon Zero Daybreak, God of Struggle, and Days Gone. Most lately, Sackboy: A Large Journey, Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Assortment, and each Marvel’s Spider-Man and Spider-Man: Miles Morales launched on PC.
It wouldn’t be stunning to see Gran Turismo be one of many subsequent PlayStation franchises to launch on PC if it does occur. The newest entry, Gran Turismo 7, was launched earlier in March for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.
In GameSpot’s Gran Turismo 7 overview, we mentioned, “Gran Turismo 7 is not a departure, however moderately a more recent, shinier GT sport. Its physics mannequin is correct, and whereas the racing might be formulaic it is all the time a giggle. The try at humanity is a bit cringe, the shortage of up-to-date vehicles looks like an open objective missed, and sport might not have modified drastically, however that is not the worst factor on the planet.”
The merchandise mentioned right here had been independently chosen by our editors.
GameSpot might get a share of the income if you happen to purchase something featured on our website.