I'm fairly certain that PD are developing GT7 right now, there's no doubt about it. However if the PS5 is due to be released in a year, then surely we'd be seeing something from them now? I mean, GT Sport was announced 2 years before it was released, but then again the game was slated for a release in November 2016. That wasn't going to happen, as the game was nowhere close to being complete. I wonder how hard Sony are pushing PD to get the game together, because if they're serious about making GT7, they'd be working pretty hard on it right now. Sport was a fun but somewhat controversial experiment and this next game better be a return to form. But are people still willing to grind through a career mode like that of GT3 and GT4? I know I would, but this rhetoric may not be echoed by everyone. GTPlanet is a small fraction of the total GT playerbase, so catering just for us won't make a strong business case. However, the low Sport Mode participation rates suggest that people are ready for proper single-player experience.