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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 7' started by GlamFM, Feb 23, 2021.
Not surprising with Covid. Japan's housing setup really isn't well suited for work-from-home.
That, i thought me, too.
Came as no surprise.
Well..... now what?
Keep playing GT Sport until next year with "stopped" content updates?
seeing the state of gt sport, and now delay of gt7 untill the end of 2022 at best
they better cancel it altogether
Yes, when they cant develop GT7 further through covid pandemix, than they cant develop content updates further, too..
Anyway, Sony tells us now how it is, and dont tell it us at end of this year
Well honestly, it's what I excepted (altough refused to believe it due my personal bias), at the end considering the pandemic situation and considering that, objectively, if we watch the trailer it was already a big suspect that the game was still pretty distant to be finished or completed, I don't know how much progress they did since then but if they said so that the game will be delayed to next year, I can imagine that that the game was (at least in june) still in mid-development cycle (could be wrong, but we must take into accoun that's it's a very big game and PD is a small studio), so well.... Late 2021 is still too optimistic I guess, I don't think we will see GT7 before middle 2022 or even late 2022, which is more likely. But at the end, we will get it when will be time for it, still better than rushing an unfinished game as it was since GT5, so whatewer.... We will enjoy when it comes. Patience is for the strong, as my uncle always say to me
however, we will wait updates and news about the game in the coming months, as always
My 2 cents
Not surprised at all. Kinda called it to be honest. Rather have a polished well tested game, then something that's rushed and buggy
*COUGH* cyberpunk *COUGH
Cyberpunk ps5 for 2021, a good joke :d
Yup! Wasn't directly mentioned but there was a comment in that interview about quality over rushed games, we all knew which one he meant...
...so it begins.
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This article was published by Andrew Evans (@Famine) on February 23rd, 2021 in the Gran Turismo 7 category.
Anyone who thought it was releasing at any point in 2021 is a total mark, I am sorry to say it.
Good news for development 2023 with ps5 pro will be better
Still time to get a PS5 then, was worried it'd come out and I'd still be scrambling to find one.
The curse of the odd-numbered GT release continues!
Could be that, but I also imagine it's the inability to visit car owners and circuits to do in-person referencing/scanning.
did i not say it was going to happen
Some things never change. I just hope it will be an awesome itteration.
Received my ps5 today!!
"Ah yes let's cancel our multi-million dollar project because *checks notes* the last game wasn't what one guy on the internet was hoping for."
Holiday Season 2022
Good luck to you all. - will continue my PC racing experience. AC with Mods can provide that GT vibe.
PD have never released a GT game prior to a console's first price drop, no reason to really think that GT7 will be any different. Using Covid as an excuse is hilarious, since all prior GT games were also delayed without any global pandemics.
Anyway, happy to keep enjoying GT Sport for now, will look forward to GT7 when it eventually arrives.
GT just wouldn't be GT without a few delays
They also announced their new VR gear...
The Democrats have had the White House for 34 days, and this is what we get. Thanks Obama Biden.