For those of you who were maybe worried about the total car count in Gran Turismo Sport worry no more. In a recent interview, President of Polyphony Digital, Kazunori Yamauchi has said that in total Gran Turismo Sport will end up with around 400-500 cars. His exact quote is below:
“In the end, there will be around 400 to 500 cars and all cars have been re-modeled, and there won’t be any standard cars.”
This is great news as not only will fans get a huge amount of cars but they won’t be the standard modeled cars that were found in the past few Gran Turismo games. A thing to keep in mind though is that from the sound of his quote it probably means that all of those cars won’t be available on Day 1. Whether they add more cars for a price or for free after launch we don’t know yet.
He also said that the game will have content for those who don’t want to play the online Sport mode.
“The offline contents of GT Sport are very ample and complicated. Sport Mode is a small part of the game, but not all. The traditional pleasure of the GT series is still there, old fans can enjoy the game as usual.”
He also stated that the game will feature less tracks/locations than previous installments. They are also planning on hiring real Formula 1 coaches to train the players who make it far in GT Academy. One thing is for sure and that is Gran Turismo Sport is starting to sound really good and if you’re looking for a new Simulation Racer this year Gran Turismo Sport is pretty much the only choice.
Gran Turismo Sport launches exclusively on PS4 on November 15. Are you excited to play it? Tell us in the comments below.