”Take one of the game’s kei cars and graft an existing livery onto that car, to create a “Mini Me” version of a well-known race winner, a class-dominating design, or something that’s just easily recognized!”
The PlayStation VR2 is finally here, but for the cost, you may be wondering if it’s something you are going to use a few times and then set to the side, or is it actually a revolutionary device that will change the way you play Gran Turismo forever?
“As a SF Bay Area resident who has driven the SR1 a few times, the amount of details PD got right for Grand Valley Highway 1 is truly impressive, especially for things 90% of players would never even notice like the Big Sur Lighthouse that’s way out of frame.”
Gran Turismo 7 has picked up another prestigious gaming award, this time earning recognition from the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences (AIAS) as its racing game of the year in the annual DICE Awards.
The most significant update in the 12-month life of Gran Turismo 7 is now available, with v1.29 bringing some revolutionary features and plenty of new content that includes an old friend of the series.
The official PlayStation Japan YouTube channel posted a new video early this morning, showing off new footage of Gran Turismo 7 running on the PlayStation VR 2 headset. It offers the best look yet at GT7’s VR Showroom mode, which allows players to explore both the exteriors and interiors of all the game’s cars in a 3D environment.