Nextgen is obvious! Blogger compares GT Sport for PS4 and Gran Turismo 7 for PS5 in detailJune 15, 2020
Despite a bunch of new products and a demonstration of the console, the presentation of the PlayStation 5 disappointed many gamers. And it’s not even that almost half of the timing of the show was devoted to unpretentious indies: the promised nekstgen was not very conspicuous even when showing AAA titles. Well, perhaps a detailed comparison of Gran Turismo 7 and GT Sport will be able to dispel the skepticism of the public.
The Cycu1 blogger did a painstaking job: he shot shots in GT Sport (in the PlayStation 4 Pro version) very similar to those used during the presentation of Gran Turismo 7. And from this angle, the differences in the graphics are visible to the naked eye. GT7 for the PlayStation 5 shines with traced rays, making car models in the garage indistinguishable from real ones. On the tracks, first of all, a noticeably higher resolution of the render, work with light, as well as increased detail of the backs – the range of drawing became much higher, and the number of objects on the screen increased many times.
Perhaps the video will not be able to completely dispel pessimism: it is difficult not to expect a much more noticeable qualitative leap from next-generation games. But do not forget about the simple rule: the more detailed the object becomes, the more difficult it is to see at least some difference. In addition, the developers have not yet learned how to use the potential of the new hardware to its full potential – several years will pass before the first games with a noticeable break in the schedule from the previous generation, as it was with the PS4, and even earlier with the PS3.
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