Kazunori Yamauchi, CEO of Polyphony Digital, spoke about the upcoming racing game of Gran Turismo coming for the first time on PlayStation 4. He emphasized the ease of developing on this console rather than on PS3.
After a rather disappointing sixth installment and finally facing competition which is increasingly fierce, Gran Turismo prepares its transition to the PS4. Speaking through the site GamesTM, Kazunori Yamauchi, head of Polyphony Digital studio, provided some details about Gran Turismo 7.
He first pointed out that it is "more difficult" to develop on PS3 on PlayStation 4. "The high quality of the data we have built on PS4 will, I think, make an incredible difference," he added.
On the next installment of the racing game historically linked to the PlayStation brand, Yamauchi said that the development team wants to "do everything we could not do in GT6." Also, this gives hope for the elimination of defects longstanding within the license.
Finally, the designer said that the game will be released between 2015 and 2016 on the latest Sony console with no further details at this time.