First up, it states that GT7 has 3D audio features. That's a confirmed feature, which implies that this portion of the game's development as complete as the other titles mentioned (again, five of them are launch day titles; two are launch window-ish, and one is 2021, which is technically still in the range of the first three months) - which itself suggests that the game's development is as far along as those titles. There are other possibilities too; it could simply be the case that PD has no choice in developing this feature, so it'll be in the game regardless of the current development state.Headphone audio is the current gold standard for 3D Audio on PS5, as Mark Cerny mentioned in his “Road to PS5” talk in March. We’re also in the process of working on virtual surround sound through speakers that are built into TVs. Although TV speaker virtual surround sound won’t be available on launch day for PS5, it’s still a feature we are extremely excited about, and our engineers are hard at work on bringing it to PS5 in the future.
In the meantime, I’m happy to say that you’ll be able to enjoy the PS5’s Tempest 3D AudioTech through your compatible headphones in many PS5 games. Some of the PS5 games with 3D Audio features include Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered, Astro’s Playroom, Gran Turismo 7, Returnal, Destruction AllStars, Demon’s Souls, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, Sackboy: A Big Adventure, Horizon Forbidden West, Resident Evil Village, and many others.
There is of course nothing concrete here, and we are rapidly approaching the PS5’s launch — in five weeks — with no information on GT7 at all since June
The UK's Official PlayStation Magazine said "launch window". Nobody's quite sure what that means, but I'd expect it to be the first three months (corresponding to a quarter) on sale - so before February 19.IIRC, PSN magazine had it listed for release within 6 months of the PS5.
Neither. OPSM isn't a PlayStation magazine from PlayStation, it's a publication licensed by PlayStation and published by Future, in Bath, with the same writers as you'll find on other Future mags. Anything they publish isn't "official" in application - as in information from Sony/PlayStation - and, aside from having slightly better chances of speaking to executives than the average unlicensed PS magazine, they don't have any particular enhanced access or information.Are they priviledge to information not commonly known or is it a guess ?
That makes no sense. How would 450 cars equal GTS update?But then it wouldn't be GT7, just another Sports update.
450 would be too few though. I’d say around 600 or 700. The sudden sharp increase can be attributed to Polyphony’s recent outsourcing.
I'm seeing all kind of posts like this. Chaz Mostert posted one of himself years ago and today.Kinda beyond me how they keep milking the initial reveal content like this. Silence would almost be better because it makes it seem like development isn’t making substantial progress and PR is bored.
It's the latest thing to post: "How it started. How it's going."Your point being?