Gran Turismo Sport Closed Beta Videos
Two weeks ago, Sony Interactive Entertainment and Polyphony Digital officially announced that they would initiate a closed beta test for Gran Turismo Sport starting March 17th. A selected amount of American players did have the opportunity to become part of the first phase of GT Sport Beta test sessions.
Now that the Gran Turismo Sport closed beta is live, MarvinTheGamer shared no less than 9 videos showing us some in-game footage of both the offline and online gaming modes. The included videos showcase a selection of the spectacular cars and tracks that are featured in the Closed Beta. Furthermore, we can have a look at the in-game menus, Tag Heuer timing screens, the Scapes photo mode, replay footage and more.
Looking at the Beta footage, it is clear that the next iteration of the PlayStation’s most popular Racing game will become a huge success. Gorgeous visuals, impressive lighting features, a polished user interface and VR support will all contribute to the game’s immersion. It seems that Gran Turismo Sport will be the best-looking racing game for PS4 so far.
The only thing that seems to be somewhat of a negative is the sound. After the rather disappointing audio featured in the previous GT titles, we had hoped that Polyphony Digital would blow us away with a seriously reworked sound system. In our humble opinion, this seems not to be the case.
US players who wish to apply for open Beta testing can do so on this link. European players are encouraged to sign up here. Keep in mind that completing the signup does not guarantee a place on the Gran Turismo Sport Beta. The selections are entirely up to Sony Interactive Entertainment. The Beta test terms and conditions can be found here.
Gran Turismo Sport will be a new iteration of the world-renown racing simulation franchise. The game is currently in development as a VR-compatible racing game and will be the first console racing title to feature online competitions sanctioned by the FIA (Federation International Automobile). The game will feature +-140 premium cars and 19 locations featuring 27 layouts. Gran Turismo Sport was first scheduled to be released late 2016 but was later on delayed to ensure the game’s quality.
Gran Turismo Sport was first scheduled to be released late 2016 but was later on delayed to ensure the game’s quality. GT Sport will become available exclusively on the PS4 and PS4 Pro on a yet to be confirmed release date, hopefully later this year.
Official Webpage – www.gran-turismo.com