Excessive-profile PlayStation 5 unique Gran Turismo 7 has been delayed to an undisclosed date in 2022, Sony has introduced.
Delay season continues: Gran Turismo 7 has been pushed again from its unique 2021 launch date to an undetermined launch in 2022. The explanation? COVID-19, after all. Polyphony Digital has transitioned to a work-from-home surroundings, which locations new stressors on communication, iteration, and general improvement.
“GT7 has been impacted by COVID-related manufacturing challenges and subsequently will shift from 2021 to 2022,” a Sony PR rep instructed GQ Magazine.
“With the continuing pandemic, it is a dynamic and altering scenario and a few essential elements of sport manufacturing have been slowed over the previous a number of months. We’ll share extra specifics on GT7’s launch date when accessible.”
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Gran Turismo 7 was to be the penultimate showcase of the PlayStation 5’s power, that includes high-end efficiency like native 4K 60FPS efficiency alongside spectacular ray-traced lighting and reflections.
Polyphony additionally says GT7 will likely be a extra conventional sport and won’t focus on online-driven elements like GT Sport, however it would nonetheless have on-line modes.