IGN has released some new footage of Gran Turismo Sport, showing us a GT race at Bathurst.
The footage also allows us to listen in on what Polyphony Digital promises will be a completely overhauled sound engine. Unfortunately, the current state of audio is still rather far away from what these cars sound in real life.
Gran Turismo Sport will feature 130+ cars, all of which have been built from the ground up as the studio is ditching their controversial standard-car practice of past GT titles.
Furthermore, GT Sport will also 19 different tracks, among them Nürburgring Nordschleife, Brands Hatch, Willow Springs and the new Tokyo Expressway have been confirmed.
Aside from supporting 4K resolution and HDR, GT Sport will also offer limited Playstation VR compatibility thanks to a “VR tour” mode.
The title will be exclusively available for the Playstation 4, Gran Turismo Sport will be released some time in 2017 after the original release date of late 2016 has been called off.