Gran Turismo 7: the series shows its evolution with a striking comparison

Game news Gran Turismo 7: the series shows its evolution with a striking comparison

In 1997, a brand new saga appeared, the Gran Turismo license, which would turn motor racing games upside down with its exemplary realism and breathtaking graphics. Today, it can make you smile, especially when you compare this first Gran Turismo to Gran Turismo 7.

1997 vs. 2022

Awaited firmly by all racing game enthusiasts, Grand Touring 7 will bring with it many new features, starting with the arrival of revolutionary AI or even realistic dynamic weather, but also its share of content. Indeed, the title exclusive to Sony platforms will offer no less than 90 routes and 400 vehicles at launch.

But in the end, what we expect above all from him is that he flatters our retinas, especially since with Gran Turismo 7, the franchise will finally take its first steps on next-gen. We then hope that the graphic gap will be there… and according to the last tweet made by the game developers, it seems that things are off to a good start. As you can see below, Polyphony Digital, the team behind Gran Turismo 7, offers us today a little funny comparison between the first Grand Touring and Gran Turismo 7 therefore.

The vehicles of the first Gran Turismo consist of 300 polygons, while those of Gran Turismo 7 have 500,000 polygons.

As you can see, the evolution is great (and fortunately) between the game of 1997 and that of 2022. Indeed, with this seventh episode, the Castrol Tom’s Supra is more beautiful than ever and now displays a total of 500 000 polygons against just 300 in 1997. Now, we can’t wait to see what this will give us, controller in hand.

As a reminder, Grand Touring 7 is expected on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 from March 4th.

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