Posted October 11, 2017 by David Latham in Feature
 
 

New Gran Turismo Sport Go Get It TV Spot


With just a few days until Gran Turismo Sport blesses our PlayStation 4 consoles, PlayStation has today uploaded a new Gran Turismo Sport TV spot titled “Go Get It”.

We don’t need a game, we need sport is the slogan used in the commercial, possibly a cheeky jab at the recently released Forza Motorsport 7 and its loot boxes system.

You can watch the new Gran Turismo Sport Go Get It TV spot below:

 

 

Gran Turismo Sport Product Info:

Compatible with the best imaging technologies available today, providing 4K, 60FPS, HDR and Wide Colour. Not only has the output been made to support HDR TV signal formats, a True HDR workflow was specially established in order to maintain true HDR and Wide Colour processing from the initial material capturing processes to the final output. The process actually started with the development of an HDR Wide Colour capture device in cooperation with Sony. As a result, not only is the output compatible with HDR TVs, the images produced achieves a level of realism never seen before, even when viewed on a conventional TV.

The interior of a car is filled with a variety of sounds, including engine sounds, transmission noise, exhaust sound, road noise, wind noise and more. In Gran Turismo Sport, not only are real-world cars bench-tested and recorded in optimal environments, a sound simulator has been developed in collaboration with the audio technology department of Sony Corp. in order to recreate an ‘optimal sound’ that even takes into account the mechanism behind human aural recognition.

Excluding the CAD data used by automobile makers for their manufacturing, the 3D models created for the game are the highest quality, highest precision models in the world. From the curves of the body, edges, spacing between body panels to the headlights and turn signals, every detail of the car has been precisely recreated.

From popular real life race circuits, oval tracks, dirt tracks set in nature and an urban expressway based on public roads, a large variety of tracks have been provided in the game. The True HDR workflow has enabled the recreation of light and colours that is true to nature, with the options to drive the tracks in a large variety of daylight and sky conditions.

Gran Turismo Sport contains auto driving features that allow you to leave the brake and steering controls to the AI. Even those who are driving cars for the very first time can drive with confidence. The high level driving assist aids in steering, throttle control, brakes, stability control and more. Each of these can be turned ON or OFF to match the skill level of the player.

In parallel to the development of its vehicle physics simulation, Gran Turismo has offered technical support to cars racing in the real life Nürburgring 24-Hour race as well as to LMP1 Class in the Le Mans 24-Hour race. Gran Turismo Sport is equipped with the latest vehicle physics simulation that was born from the knowledge gained with both the real and the virtual world. The result is a physics simulation that is “easy to drive because it is realistic”.

For more information on Gran Turismo Sport, head to the official website here.

Gran Turismo Sport is a PlayStation 4 exclusive coming October 17, 2017. There is currently an open beta demo available via the PlayStation Store which has several tracks and cars for you to race with, as well as most game modes available to try.


David Latham

 
David has a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism) from a Group of Eight university, but only uses his very unique set of skills writing about video games. By day he's a stay-at-home dad, by night he's literally Batman. Where does he find the time?