After seeing a good number of promising screenshots, many community members were waiting for some video footage of the upcoming GTRevival racing title.
Straight4 responded by posting the first in-game video footage showing Straight4’s physics developer Doug Arnao testing the new graphics and new physics engine in its early form using the previously revealed Ferrari 296 at Interlagos.
Ian Bell states that this is all very much a work in progress, with lots of features missing. At the time of writing it is also unclear if the Ferrari and the Interlagos track are licensed parts of the title or development placeholders.
Furthermore, Mr Bell confirmed that VR support is an essential component of the development, and the team is aiming for a 2025 release.
At the end of 2022, Ian Bell (SimBin, Blimey Games, and Slightly Mad Studios) announced that he founded a new studio branding named Straight4Games or just plain Straight4. The new company announced a Strategic Partnership with German-Austrian media publisher and distributor PLAION, (formerly Koch Media GmbH).
At this point, Straight4 had revealed they were working on a new racing simulation with the project name GTR Revival, now renamed to GTRevival which should become available for the PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S platforms.
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