Gran Turismo Sport Closed Beta Heading Into Second Phase

Gran Turismo Sport 58 April 7, 2017 by

As we head into the weekend, we’re also about to start the fourth week of the closed beta for Gran Turismo Sport. Originally limited to US players only (before quietly expanding to Canada and Latin America), it looks like other regions will soon get a chance to take Polyphony Digital’s racer out for a spin.

In a change from the first round, the second phase sign-up page has shown up on the official Gran Turismo website. Players are no longer simply signing up with an email address and associated PSN name, either: there’s a full application form.

In the form, prospective players are asked how they heard of the beta, and given a blank space to describe what they hope to see from Gran Turismo Sport. There’s also a section to select which games in the series you’ve already played, and even answer which game is the best one. Don’t worry, we’ve actually got an answer for that one coming next week…

If you’re reading this, chances are you already signed up when the beta announcement first dropped last month. Previous applicants do not need to sign up again, but if you haven’t done so yet, now would be a good time to put your name in the hat, and provide additional feedback to the team at Polyphony Digital.

Want a taste of what to expect? Here are two of the best videos we’ve found from the Closed Beta Test VersionGT Sport is still earmarked for a release some time later in 2017.

[Source: gran-turismo.com]

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