Inside Gran Turismo Sport – Volume 1: Cars | Interlagos Trailer
The Gran Turismo Sport hype train is steaming towards its release date. In about two weeks time, the GT franchise fans will finally be able to enjoy the latest incarnation of their favorite racing title for the PS4.
To fuel the GT Sport hype, Sony Interactive Entertainment and developer Polyphony Digital have released a few brand new trailers. The above 6-minute video is giving us an insight of the six main car categories represented in Gran Turismo Sport. Players will be able to drive a big selection of vehicles ranging from stock road cars to racing cars and ultimately the concept cars specially designed by the car manufacturers via the Vision Gran Turismo project.
The bottom video shows us some official cinematic footage of the Interlagos circuit. The Sao Paulo Grand Prix track or Autódromo José Carlos Pace, is better known as Interlagos.
The famous Brazillian GP Circuit is located in the city of São Paulo. The track has been renamed to Autódromo José Carlos Pace, after, a Brazilian Formula One driver who had died in a 1977 plane crash. The circuit is one of a minority of non-oval racing circuits that go in an anti-clockwise direction. From 1990, the original circuit was shortened from 7,829 m to only 4,397 m to meet the FIA regulations. This 15 corner track has numerous elevation changes making it a popular track for real and Sim Racers alike.
Back in May, it was already rumored that the Interlagos circuit would be included in the GT Sport track list, but this was never officially confirmed. Now Polyphony Digital officially acknowledged that the track will be available in the release version of GT Sport. The official GT Sport Interlagos trailer shows us some impressive footage of the meticulously recreated game version of the racing track.
Reminder – Sony Interactive Entertainment and developer Polyphony Digital have announced that they will deploy a limited-time demo for the game. From October 9th through October 12th, a limited GT Sport 4-day demo will be available for download via the PlayStation Store.
Gran Turismo Sport will become available in North America on October 17. The Europe and Australia release are scheduled for October 18, while in Asia the release is set for October 19.
For more info, check out the official Gran Turismo Sport introduction/Pre-order page.
Official Webpage – www.gran-turismo.com