The wraps have been taken off the latest Vision GT car, boasting 600 hp and the input of a world champion.
Have a look at some fine recordings from Gran Turismo 4’s short-lived online feature.
One of the most captivating custom cars known to gamers is being offered for the price of a supercar.
PD get in on the festivities and perhaps show off a new spectator mode view for GT Sport…
The Manager of Branded Entertainment has made it clear that the situation with Porsche and sim racing has changed.
Kazunori reveals HDR support was planned for the upcoming GT Sport before the PS4 Pro was a reality.
Images of possible new features popped up during the latest interview with Polyphony Digital CEO Kazunori Yamauchi.
Sony dropped a lot of big announcements yesterday, but today’s panels could still hold some surprises…
The energy drink giant talks PS4 Pro and GT Sport, including the first real mention of night racing.
Polyphony offers more details on how Gran Turismo Sport benefits from the new PS4 Pro hardware.
Further confirmation surfaces that GT Sport audio is being improved, and Gran Turismo’s creator talks team timeliness.
TheSixthAxis shares a preview of GT Sport straight from London, featuring PS4 Pro and PSVR support.
More news out of the PS4 Pro London event: PSVR implementation will not spread across the entire game.
Has the Polyphony Digital director had a change of heart in regard to letting other teams help GT’s development?
The first footage of Polyphony’s racer on the more powerful PlayStation has landed, with a VR clip to boot.
While many suspected it, Polyphony’s man in charge confirms the upcoming racing game will take full advantage of Sony’s new system.
Yamauchi himself shows the new wheel, while confirming the legendary F1 driver will have a presence in the game.
A look back at the past 366 days to chart the ups and downs of Polyphony’s latest driving game.
Next week we’ll find out the latest winner of Polyphony Digital’s long-running award.
Kazunori Yamauchi reveals the game needs more time to ‘perfect’, with no firm date for release next year.