‘Gran Turismo Sport’ Gameplay: Collisions With Penalties
"Gran Turismo Sport" fans are slated to get the game exclusively on PlayStation 4 in 2017. On this note, a limited time beta has been revealed for a few fans to try out the game. As of this writing, new tracks, screenshots and even beta gameplay have already surfaced online to give fans a taste of what they would be playing with late this year.
"Gran Turismo Sport" YouTuber Shares Beta Gameplay To Fans
The "Gran Turismo Sport" beta commenced on April 15 with limited race hours during each day. Fortunately, YouTube user RajmanGaming HD reveal an actual beta gameplay for gamers who do not have access to the beta, Dual Shockers reported. At the moment, "Gran Turismo Sport" is set in a way that aggressive collisions penalize other racers' ghost cars even with lighter bumps still occurring.
It is yet to be known whether this setting would carry on to the later phases of beta and the final release. The "Gran Turismo Sport" race was on a recently introduced track on a fictional seaside course called the Dragon Trail. In addition, there is also a recorded beta gameplay featured in 4K. Moreover, a recent announcement has revealed that a Porsche car would be coming into the game soon.
Beta Comes To Europe And UK
In other news, after the "Gran Turismo Sport" beta announcement from Sony in the US, the beta is now coming to UK and Europe, Alphr reported. Previously, Kazunori Yamauchi noted the difference in time zones as the reason why the beta was launched only in the US. Now, Yamauchi-san announced that they are ready to welcome Europe into the beta test to test the server stability properly.
"Gran Turismo Sport" beta participants may choose from a number of cars and tracks in rotation each day. Beta players will be able to race online against other during these phases. The developers have included various race class categories as well as course configurations in the beta.