Kazunori Yamauchi, creator of the Gran Turismo video game franchise and CEO of developer Polyphony Digital, said his company is considering releasing a version of Gran Turismo for PC. It is not clear if a PC port will also be available.
GT Planet website Yamauchi can speak at an event to celebrate the game franchise’s 25th anniversary. The website checked whether the CEO of Polyphony Digital was considering a PC version of Gran Turismo, now that Sony is also releasing first-party PlayStation games for PC. “Yes, we do,” was the answer to that question.
But the man immediately made some comments. “Gran Turismo is a highly optimized game. There aren’t many platforms that can run the game at 4k and 60fps. We made it possible by limiting the number of platforms the game runs on. But we keep it in mind,” he said.
On March 4, 2022 Sony has released the racing game Gran Turismo 7 for PlayStation 4 and 5. Gran Turismo 7 includes an extensive campaign, realistic weather effects, a photo mode, as well as some old tracks from the series. Tweakers wrote a review on the game and stated that it More than just a racing game used to be.
Polyphony Digital stated after the introduction that GT7 is a game in which the focus is on collecting cars, even more than the previous parts of Gran Turismo. The game also featured microtransactions, but it was criticized shortly after its release. Polyphony Digital brought end of March Has released a patch to the game that will increase the rewards for racing and make it easier to buy cars.
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