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Watch: Gran Turismo 7 VR Gameplay, New Details Revealed

A brand new hands-on video from IGN gave us our first correct take a look at Gran Turismo 7 gameplay on PSVR 2, alongside affirmation of another minor particulars as effectively.

You can see the gameplay within the video from IGN above, which incorporates snippets of PSVR 2 footage from their hands-on with the sport. The excellent news is that the footage appears to be like unbelievable, with a excessive commonplace of visuals that appears roughly equal to the usual PS5 flatscreen launch. That being stated, it’s exhausting to straight evaluate the 2 variations based mostly of some choose snippets – hold a watch out for a extra detailed graphics comparability from UploadVR round launch.

In phrases of gameplay, it appears to be like like every little thing you’ll anticipate and there’s seemingly been no evident, main sacrifices to the core gameplay expertise on PSVR 2.  You can flip round your shoulder to look behind you and, fortunately, all mirrors within the sport nonetheless work as anticipated in VR and show reflections accurately – not like latest Quest launch GRID Legends.

IGN’s Ryan McCaffrey stated he used each a PS5 TwinSense controller and peripheral steering wheel and pedals throughout his demo. He didn’t play utilizing the brand new PSVR 2 Sense controllers in any respect, and wasn’t capable of affirm whether or not they’re supported. “[Sony] gave me no indication that it uses … the new controllers,” he says within the video.

We’ve reached out to Sony to make clear whether or not the PSVR 2 Sense controllers are supported for GT7, alongside different enter strategies. We will replace this text if we obtain a response.

The video additionally confirmed that GT7 does make the most of the brand new haptics contained in the PSVR 2 headset itself, that are activated briefly once you drive right into a wall or hit an impediment head on. McCaffrey felt that the brand new haptics integration “wasn’t bad, but I don’t think it really necessarily added a ton.”

Overall although, the feedback sounded constructive and the footage appears to be like nice. We can’t wait to get behind the wheel in PSVR 2 later this month when the headset launches on February 22 alongside a plethora of launch day releases.



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