Gran Turismo 7 VR To Be Seen In PSVR 2
Sony is formally releasing the PlayStation VR2 headset today. You can read our review of the $550 PSVR 2 right here. Yet, there are certain significant experiences that Sony did not provide to reviewers in advance, such as a Gran Turismo 7-day-one patch that makes practically the whole racing game playable in virtual reality.
Even though I haven’t played GT7 before, I think it’s one of the nicest things I’ve tried on this headset and I’m starting to think that was a mistake. Many car enthusiasts will undoubtedly purchase a PlayStation VR2 for this game alone, as well as a PS5, a steering wheel, and some pedals to go with it.
Starting off just as it does on a flat-screen TV, the game. You choose your preferred screen resolution and steering style before being forced into a minigame where you must outrun the music by driving a vintage Porsche around a course.
But, you aren’t focusing on the automobile. The instant the race starts, you find yourself inside the vehicle, peering through the glass of its intricate cockpit. In this game, whenever you drive a vehicle, you enter the cockpit where someone is working there.
The tachometer and speedometer work. You have enough depth perception to anticipate braking rather than sliding off the track, which is something I’ve done several times in racing video games. I could really see competitors in my rearview mirrors and prevent them from passing me. Yes, devoted fans of racing games can achieve it using conventional keys, but I’ve never felt at ease doing it.
Also, just like previous PSVR 2 titles, GT7 makes use of eye-tracking foveated rendering to automatically boost the resolution where you’re looking while lowering it elsewhere. In the video up above, if you pay careful attention, you may see it in use.
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