An intriguing message has landed on social media from the official Gran Turismo account and the account of Sony AI teasing what’s referred to as a “Gaming Flagship” and “breakthrough project” in AI. The companies, both subsidiary arms of the wider Sony brand, jointly revealed that they’re set to announce the project at 1600 UTC on Wednesday February 9.
If you’re champing at the bit for the full PlayStation 5 reveal, we’ve got two more dates for you to strike from your calendar. Sony has announced that it is withdrawing from two games industry events over the next month, due to concerns over the coronavirus outbreak.
It might be very early days in the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show, but it looks like Sony has already stolen the event. Not with some fancy new camera, television, phone, or even PlayStation 5, rather a car.
While most of the attention of Gran Turismo fans was focused on the FIA-certified GT Championship World Finals in Monaco last week, something interesting was quietly being shown off on the other side of the world at “InterBEE 2018” in Tokyo.
Around this time of the year the gaming community runs wild. E3 is right around the corner and with it usually comes the promise of new games and hardware. Last week Shawn Layden put an end to rumors that the PS5 would make an appearance.
Tech enthusiasts from all over the world have descended upon Las Vegas for the annual Consumer Electronics Show. The 2018 iteration is in full swing and PlayStation’s head company Sony is in the thick of the action.
Imagine if a company made software that could run Forza Horizon 3 flawlessly on PS4 Pro. Now imagine if it widely distributed that software for a small fee, and required only a retail copy of the game to operate — no modding or hacking required on the part of the customer.
While there’s not been a lot of news trickling out about GT Sport as of late (we’ve had our hands full with Project CARS 2 instead), the next Gran Turismo game is confirmed to be featured at this year’s Game Developers Conference (GDC).