YouTuber Destin Leghari commented in the video comparing various aspects of Gran Turismo 7, and believes that Forza will consider adding them in the future. Perhaps in the next Forza Motorsport.
The essence of the story comes down to a comparison of subgenres: Forza Horizon and Gran Turismo. These are driving games, but Playground Games’ latest game takes a more arcade approach, and Poliphony Digital’s creation returns to simulations.
The first point relates to the benefits of Gran Turismo 7 thanks to the Music Replay feature that the developers talked about .
Destin mentions that Forza Horizon 5 requires an additional 80 gigabytes of downloads once the disc is installed in the console, in addition to the 20 or so gigabytes on the disc, which probably won’t happen with Gran Turismo 7 as the PS4 version will have two installation discs. and in the PS5 version, only one.
Gran Turismo’s photo mode also looks more convincing and sophisticated than its counterpart from Microsoft.
Destin praises the DualSense haptic feedback and Gran Tursimo 7’s Sophy AI, which is so well implemented that it can be used to learn autonomous driving.
The ability to collect cars will also be a good incentive for in-game progress.
Gran Turismo 7 will release on March 7, 2022 on PS4 and PS5.