After posting a beta test before the time, Gran Turismo 7 is still talking about him. This time, we learn that the Fanatec company has been chosen to create new peripherals to be used with the racing simulation.
These devices will take full advantage of force feedback technology (force feedback). So far, no product has been presented; the first will be revealed over the next few weeks. However, pictures of a developing flywheel leaked a few days ago as you can see below:
“For many years, Kazunori Yamauchi pushed the boundaries on the software side and played a major role in popularizing the racing simulation genre. We have now joined forces with the common goal of continuing to merge virtual and real racing. We have several exciting projects in the works and I can’t wait to see how they perform in Gran Turismo, ”said Thomas Jackermeier, President of Endor AG.
“Fanatec has been at the forefront of simulation hardware technology for many years. If the quality and performance of their products are impressive, it is their desire to innovate in motorsports that resonates most with us. Polyphony Digital and Fanatec share this same spirit and long-term ambition, and I am very excited about what we can create together, ”added Kazunori Yamauchi, producer of the Gran Turismo series.