Although the experience of ‘Gran Turismo Sport’ will be very focused on an online competitive, Polyphony Digital has not forgotten those sofa pilots who prefer to enjoy their driving saga without having to be measured with other users. In fact, we knew that the debut of the series on PS4 would include a campaign mode, and now we are clearer in what it consists.
Just as in previous installments a race mode (or simulation mode) was offered, the ‘Gran Turismo Sport’ campaign will ensure that users fully dominate the game system. In other words, it will be an obligatory stop to familiarize ourselves with the physics of this delivery, establish the best strategies and, as is tradition, take the traditional licenses.
Throughout the video offered from the Sony channel, we will see three variants of this campaign mode: to begin with, the traditional driving school will serve as a review (or first contact) of the basics of the game, gaining game experience, traditional Driving licenses and some interesting car in case we can overcome the eight objectives of each level.
Mission challenges, on the other hand, will offer a series of more advanced and concrete challenges. We will have to drive without knocking down cones, overtaking our rivals, resolving almost impossible curves in a given time and a whole set of missions that will fine tune our skills with the Dualshock – or the steering wheel – in the face of future competitions.
Finally, the Circuit Experience will be our secret weapon when it comes to competing and subtracting valuable chronometer seconds. In this way we review all the keys to master each track, so that we can internalize the best time to slow down, how far we are interested in prolonging a skid or any trick that gives us advantage over the asphalt.
In fact, the procedure is quite simple: each track is divided into different sections and we will have the option to check the most effective way to approach each section and repeat it until it comes to perfection.
‘GT Sport’ is one of the most anticipated driving bets this year, and is postulated as one of the best ambassadors of PS VR thanks to its virtual reality mode, and the console itself Sony. Moreover, Poliphony Digital will take advantage of PS4 Pro hardware to deliver a visual result that promises to dazzle fans of the saga, and that we can test next October 18.
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