‘Gran Turismo Sport’ Latest News & Update: Game Receives 4K & HDR Trailer! More Updates Coming Soon? Gameplay Details Revealed

By Muhammad Firman Akhsanu Ridho , Updated Dec 06, 2016 05:53 PM EST

Sony and Poliphony Digital unveiled a new trailer for "Gran Turismo Sport" during PlayStation Experience. It shows the power of the game graphics with 4K resolution, as well as HDR support, which highlights the already beautiful landscapes of the game.

Another sample of the trailer is due to the adhesion to Playstation VR and the resolution of 60 FPS (frames per second). That is, the game that will be released in 2017, still undated, will use all the possible features of PS4. However, "Gran Turismo Sport" is worth remembering that the 4K resolution is only available to those who have the Playstation Pro, which is not yet officially on sale in Brazil. In addition to the trailer, images were released from the game of racetracks at different times and climates.

The PlayStation Experience 2016 has brought countless new features that have left PlayStation 4 gamers pretty much out of breath this past weekend. Furthermore, one of them was the new trailer for "Gran Turismo Sport".

The video follows the tradition of the trailers of the franchise and brings beautiful images and graphics. People can see that Sony and Poliphony have paid special attention to lighting by showing cars racing on circuits at night and zooming in on vehicle lanterns, showing that the PSR Pro HDR is not joking. Apart from the graphics capabilities, the video shows basically nothing new from "Gran Turismo Sport."

It does not even say when the game will hit the shelves. Initially planned for the end of this year, "Gran Turismo Sport" was delayed indefinitely in August. At the time, Poliphony Digital hinted that because it was their most ambitious project of all time, the game needed an "extra polish".

In addition to the inconvenience of having their advance purchases canceled, players had to deal with the fact that "Gran Turismo Sport" no longer had a set date for debut. Since then, Sony has just been saying that the game will come sometime in 2017 - which only adds to the anxiety around the game. Apparently, the way it really is to settle for the trailers.

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