Gran Turismo 7 is still so far away, but Gran Turismo Sport is still an amazing looking game on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. There was a time, not too long ago, where I would play GT Sport most nights after dinner. My goal was always to drive the daily goal in miles and receive my gift car before jumping into whatever game I was playing at the moment. This made GT Sport my most played game for multiple years (2019 & 2020).
Gran Turismo Sport was released almost five years ago, October 2017 and I have no idea how they are going to make Gran Turismo 7 look better than this? I guess ray tracing and all of the future PS5 tech will help. They’ll add more rain tracks, more reflections?
I’m currently working on some bigger posts for this week and next week, but nothing was quite ready yet. I do have this sweet video from a race in GT Sport last weekend, so I decided to share that instead. I haven’t posted a Video Game Highlight in a while, so I hope you enjoy this one.
I’m not a great driver in Gran Turismo games, or any driving games for that matter. If I had the strict rules on I may be disqualified from many races. Or I’d be given tons of penalties each race moving me back a few spots. I still enjoy driving games very much.
When I first started playing driving sims as a kid I remember playing mostly in Automatic mode, that’s also how I drive real cars. It wasn’t until a few years ago that I actually tried to learn and master Manual mode. And although it gives you more to think about, you also gain more control over the cars breaking and speed and everything else.
I wish I had the patience of one of my good friends to watch people’s racing tutorials on YouTube, but instead I’m like Ricky Bobby and I just want to jump in the game and “go fast!” Of course because of this I end up making many costly mistakes. Mistakes like the ones that cost me first place in this racing highlight below. I think the mistakes happened before I started recording.
So, without further ado I bring you more Video Game Highlights!