There are already several videos that we have seen about the development of Gran Turismo 7, the new installment in the Polyphony Digital and Sony driving saga that launches on PS5 and PS4 on March 4 next year: Kazunori Yamauchi, creator of Great tourism, has already explained aspects such as the tunning, Scapes mode, your driving system and the collection of vehicles, among other things, and now it is the turn of the circuits, a fundamental part of the franchise.
How are the circuits created? Gran Turismo 7? Yamauchi explains in this video, which you can see below with Spanish dubbing, that the first step is to attend the circuit in person: “The first stage to include a circuit in Great tourism is that our capture team visit the circuit, specifically we use a high precision laser scanner able to capture the surface of the circuit in great detail “, explains the director, adding:” I personally think that in the end we have achieved a level of realism that is tangible“.
What is Kazunori Yamauchi’s preferred circuit?
The credibility of the circuits not only passes through the graphic similarities of the game circuit with that of real life, but also in the ability to recreate the changes that occur in it when the weather conditions change: “Different lighting conditions, different climates, those elements can alter the circuit completely “, explains Yamauchi, who also gets wet admitting which is his favorite circuit:” My favorite circuit, whether real or fictional, is the Nrburgring Whenever I drive at the Nrburgring I feel like I’m jumping out of the world I’m in and into a completely different world. “
Gran Turismo 7 coming March 4 to PS5 and PS4. It is now possible to reserve it both in physical and digital edition. The new generation version has a recommended base price of 79,99 on the PS Store, while the last generation can be purchased for 69,99 in the digital store.