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Sony gives a green light to the first Gran Turismo Sport gameplay trailer
Yesterday, Sony revealed that Gran Turismo Sport will be released exclusively for the PS4 on November 15. They also hosted a rather in-depth livestream, “Gran Turismo Sport Unveiling,” and launched a brand-new gameplay trailer.
The gameplay trailer is embedded above, and as you might have guessed, it features a bunch of pretty cars in a bunch of pretty locales. Thanks to the rather chill soundtrack choice, it almost feels less like a video game trailer and more like a real car commercial. But I have a feeling that’s what developer Polyphony Digital was going for.
In other Gran Turismo Sport news, Polyphony CEO Kazunori Yamauchi told VideoGamer.com that a previously-announced beta test won’t proceed as planned. Development on the beta was canceled so Polyphony would have enough time to meet the November 15 release date.
But if you need more Gran Turismo Sport on this Friday, you can find the complete “Gran Turismo Sport Unveiling” stream (all three hours of it) after the break.
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