Polyphony has announced that its next game, Gran Turismo Sport, and all Gran Turismo games going forward will run in 4K resolutions and at 60fps.
GT Sport may have been delayed into next year, but it seems there’s a lot going on behind the scenes at developer Polyphony.
Taking the stage at a special PS4 Pro event called “The Future of Play”, Gran Turismo creator Kazunori Yamauchi revealed that GT Sport will run at 4K resolutions, at 60fps, and will also support HDR and Wide Colour.
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Oh and PlayStation VR too.
So that would be literally ticking all the boxes then, eh?
The studio is future-proofing all its games by creating a new camera that has a brightness range 100 times higher than the current camera standard.
All Gran Turismo games will support current HDR TVs, but also all future HDR devices that can reach brightnesses up to 10,000 nits (the HDR10 ST.2084 standard).
There’s no penalty for moving up to these brand new technologies though, as the developer is making sure that there’s complete compatibility between Standard Dynamic Range (SDR) and HDR TVs via its GT Tonemap.
Gran Turismo Sport is due to arrive sometime in 2017, but at least we now know that the game will be taking full advantage of the PS4 Pro, which launches on November 10.
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