The PS5 may already have the advantage over the Xbox Scarlett, while Sony confirms its intention to launch a PlayStation Powerhouse on the new console.
As the wars of the new generation console are already beginning to gain momentum, Sony may have just dealt a fatal blow to Microsoft.
In a fascinating interview with GT Planet, Gran Turismo creator Kazunori Yamauchi recently spoke about the future of the racing series.
Not only would Yamauchi confirm that the next entry of the famous racing simulation was in development, but it would also give fans a taste of what to expect.
"I think in terms of racing and physics, GT Sport has really reached the best position we've ever achieved – we're in a very good position," he says.
"On the other hand, of course, we are already working on the next Gran Turismo, and the world of sport that we have achieved thanks to GT Sport is something that I've always imagined to be the future of Gran Turismo We have been able to establish that now. "
According to Yamauchi, the new game will build on previous versions and could also support virtual reality.
"I think the next title we are going to create will be a combination of the past, present and future – a complete form of Gran Turismo," he revealed, before revealing what society would do with a power of additional treatment of new generation. .
"The first thing that will be affected by more power is virtual reality," he continues.
"I do not think there is anything else that requires so much processing power, I really like virtual reality, I'm sure I can believe in its possibilities, and it's perfect for a driving game.
"Virtual reality depends on the evolution of the power of the graphics processor and its hardware, just like the display devices.It is impossible to have enough computing power.There will always be a limit material, and this limit is never going to be high enough for us!
"Obviously, it will gradually improve over time and we will make sure to follow that."
Based on According to Yamauchi's comments, it seems that the war of the new generation consoles will begin with a skirmish between Forza and Gran Turismo.
It was recently revealed that the PS5 will support 8K resolution, ray tracing and much faster loading times.
Fast (or non-existent) charging times are possible with the dedicated solid-state drive, which will make a huge difference to processing speeds.
For example, in Spider-Man on PS4 Pro, it can take more than 15 seconds to move quickly from one site to another. The PS5, on the other hand, will be able to handle the same task in less than a second.
Worlds can also be rendered at much higher speeds, which should give games more speed.
This will be particularly useful for racing games, where players crisscross the course at an incredible speed.