Sony has been continuously adapting significant portions of its library to PC; in order to speed up this process, Sony even bought Dutch developer Nixxes. Up until now, the game has only been available on the PlayStation, but the creators have said they want to release it on PC. As a result, fans should expect to hear something soon about the release of the Gran Turismo 7 PC port.
Polyphony Digital hinted at Gran Turismo 7 PC port
Developer Polyphony Digital has hinted that Gran Turismo 7 would be released on PCs shortly. Kazunori Yamauchi, the creator of Gran Turismo, has acknowledged that Polyphony Digital may eventually consider porting games from the series on PC.
Kazunori Yamauchi gave a hint during an interview with GTPlanet at the Grand Turismo World Finals that the long-awaited Gran Turismo 7 PC port release might be possible in the near future. He stated, “Gran Turismo is a game that has been expertly calibrated. We limit down the platform as one way to make that possible since there aren’t many systems that could run the game in native 4K/60p. It’s not an easy subject, but we’re looking into it and considering it.”
Though Gran Turismo 7 PC port release might happen soon has witnessed various problems ever since its release. The most recent version of Polyphony Digital’s driving simulator has generated criticism for a variety of reasons, including extremely aggressive monetization and even higher price rises.
The game plays smoothly on a PlayStation 4 that was introduced around a decade ago, and modern PC hardware is capable of handling even the most demanding games. Although the PS4’s visual fidelity is lower than that of a PS5, the game may still run well on less powerful hardware by adjusting the graphics parameters.
Gran Turismo has always been a Sony PlayStation exclusive, yet it stands out from other racing games because of its unique gameplay, car collection, and customization options. As a result, fans will eagerly await the release of Gran Turismo 7 on PC.