The choice to make a PlayStation four model of Gran Turismo 7 to go alongside its current-gen counterpart was solely made “pretty not too long ago”, based on a brand new write up from Video Games Chronicle editor Andy Robinson. As a part of an opinion piece criticising Sony for yesterday’s announcement that God of War Ragnarok and the aforementioned racer would each be hitting PS4, Robinson stated: “Gran Turismo 7, in any case, was outright marketed as a PS5 unique in December, though to be honest to Sony, I perceive the choice to launch a PS4 model was made solely pretty not too long ago.”
He then goes on to clarify that whereas Polyphony Digital’s subsequent undertaking was solely made a cross-gen title not too long ago, Horizon Forbidden West and God of Battle Ragnarok have at all times been supposed to launch on each programs — Sony simply determined to withhold that data. “For Horizon Forbidden West and God of Battle, nevertheless, these video games had been at all times supposed to launch as cross-gen titles, I used to be instructed, however Sony didn’t point out the last-gen console throughout the announcement of both title.”
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