Gran Turismo 7 may lose its PS5 exclusivity

A fan favorite, the Gran Turismo series has been part of the Sony team since time immemorial. A quarter of a century of heyday for fans of racing simulators on the PlayStation.

Historically, this is even one of the oldest exclusive licenses of the Japanese brand. But it could very well be that it will break new ground eventually as Gran Turismo 7 is poised to go off the track.

Is Gran Turismo coming soon to the same circuit as Forza Motorsport?

In a question from GT Planet, series creator Kazunori Yamauchi confirmed that the license could leave Sony’s exclusive console fleet entirely and move to PC.
When asked if he thinks Gran Turismo 7 could be a PC port like Marvel’s Spider-Man Miles Morales, Uncharted 4, or even Horizon Zero Dawn, the latter bluntly replied that it was very likely. However, the man is reassured by ensuring that nothing is planned at the moment and that it is necessary to ensure that the GT7 can keep its technical prowess intact before it is moved elsewhere.

Yes, I think so, but Gran Turismo is a very finely tuned game. There aren’t many platforms that can natively run the game in 4K 60fps. One way to make this possible is to reduce the size of the platform. This is not a very simple topic, but, of course, we study it and take it into account.

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So it could very well be that Gran Turismo 7 ends up in the land of one of its biggest rivals, Forza Motorsport. Recall also that the license was discovered during a major leak from Nvidia GeForce Now, the authenticity of which was confirmed by several games, such as Dragon’s Dogma 2, Tekken 8, or even a port of God of War on PC. Thus, all hopes are still valid, especially since we know that Sony intends to settle comfortably on the PC. What could be better than wearing one of the biggest and oldest exclusives to attract new players.

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