The Evolution Of Gran Turismo The Evolution Of Gran Turismo
The Evolution Of Gran Turismo

Sony finally unveiled the latest entry in its flagship racing series: Gran Turismo Sport. Let’s take a look back over the series, from its humble beginnings as a PSOne racer, to hardcore racing simulator in the 21st century.

Coming November 16 exclusively on PlayStation 4, Gran Turismo Sport hopes to reignite interest in the franchise and breathe new life into the racing genre on PlayStation.

The first in the acclaimed GT series to hit PlayStation 4, early footage and details of Gran Turismo Sport have hardcore fans clamouring for more tidbits, which we’ll undoubtedly get at E3 next month.

Featuring 137 “super premium” cars, 19 locations, and 27 different track layouts, Gran Turismo Sport is undoubtedly the biggest “secondary release’ in Gran Turismo history, easily eclipsing the offerings of the Concept and Prologue series’.

Let’s take this opportunity to celebrate Gran Turismo, and take a look back at just how far the series has come since its debut in 1998.

MORE:   Unsurprisingly, Gran Turismo Sport has been delayed into 2017


Next page

Gaetano Prestia Editor in Chief

Gaetano loves Doritos and always orders Mountain Dew with his KFC. He's not sorry. He also likes Call Of Duty, but would much rather play Civ. He hates losing at FIFA, and his pet hate is people who recline their seat on short-haul flights.