Kazunori Yamauchi Confirms Work On A New Gran Turismo Has Started
Before the launch of Gran Turismo Sport, Kazunori Yamauchi, in charge of the series, said he had not yet thought about the development of the next installment of the franchise. However, the aforementioned title is already available on PlayStation 4, so the creative and Polyphony Digital have had the time to rethink about it.
During an interview with Game Watch, via IGN, Yamauchi spoke about the support they will give Gran Turismo Sport in the future. However, the most remarkable thing is that the creative confirmed that they have already begun work for the next game in the series.
“I can not talk about anything yet, but since the moment releasing GT [Sport], I have started making the next GT,” Yamauchi stated.
The developer did not say whether it will be Gran Turismo 7 or a title that will continue with the experience offered by Gran Turismo Sport. Despite this, Yamauchi insinuated that it could include motorcycles.
The creator was also questioned about seeing a sequel to Tourist Trophy: The Real Riding Simulator, a title that focuses precisely on the handling of motorcycles. Yamauchi said that at the moment there is nothing confirmed, but that he is aware of the fans’ wishes for it to happen.
Gran Turismo Sport recently received new vehicles and a new track, all thanks to its latest free update. On the other hand, Polyphony Digital confirmed that on March 28 it will close the servers of Gran Turismo 6.