After a long wait, Gran Turismo Sport is here, and it is racing perfection beyond measure.Gran Turismo Sport is a curious beast. While it will undoubtedly appeal to the millions of fans it has accrued since the series’ inception in 1997, it’s also very clear that in terms of evolution, Polyphony Digital isn’t necessarily all that worried about taking steps forward.It’s serious, sensible, structured, and – unlike Sony’s previous first-party racing game, DriveClub – it’s been reliable since launch. It’s also supremely good-looking, well-presented, and handles great.
The Driving Feels Spectacular,I look for noticeable variations in the handling of the vehicles included in driving games. I like to see differences that go beyond the cosmetic. GTS delivers this in a major way. It’s challenging, but also very rewarding when you master the nuances of driving the cars in the game.
Driving is fun, and that ensures GTS delivers the basic requirements fans of the genre want.The Sound Effects are expertly done;Tires, car engines, breaking, and collisions sound authentic. It’s nothing over the top, but it meshes well with the visual appeal GTSdelivers.
The best aspect of GTS’ gameplay options is its multi-player setup. Whether it’s in arcade mode or the all-new Sport feature, racing online is as smooth as you’ll find this side of F1 2017. The races can be very competitive and little visual fidelity is lost during the matches.Gran Turismo Sport is an amazing game to have if you are the die-hard racing fan. This is a game to have in your collection if you have a PlayStation and racing games are your thing. The graphics alone should just pull you in and say “buy me.”