Gran Turismo 7 vs Gran Turismo Sport: Graphics comparison, new screenshots, & more!

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We're getting excited for the release of Gran Turismo 7, especially seeing as we now have a definite release date.

Thanks to some clever setups, we have also been able to have a look at some side-by-side comparisons of the game compared to the current-gen Gran Turismo Sport.

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So, let's take a look at these now, and the differences we've managed to pick up on!

Impressive comparisons

These screenshots showcase the very best of what Gran Turismo 7 will have to offer, and the visuals of the next-gen title are stunning.

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GT7 Toms
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We've been treated to an already gorgeous game in the form of Gran Turismo Sport, and when in 4K 60 fps, it truly is something to behold.

So, is there even a significant difference? In our eyes, yes!

What's the difference?

The most notable difference is the lighting, as the visual fidelity of the models used (cars and tracks) is already near its peak. Don't worry though, there are still slight improvements there as well, as meshing around the car seems more lifelike.

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GT7 Mazda
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The lighting, however, is even more realistic. Instead of incredibly dark shadows with little details, the new model better reflects lighting in real life.

Detail can still be made out in the darker areas of the cars, and reflections seem more realistic as well as opposed to every car resembling a highly polished piece of glass.

Gran Turismo 7

So, now that we're all even more excited for the next Gran Turismo game to arrive, let's take a closer look at it. Firstly, we know the game will now be with us on March 4, 2022.

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This is the release date set for the game on both PS4 and PS5. Speaking of both consoles, the game will be £59.99 on PS4 and £69.99 on PS5.

An extra version is also available the 25th Anniversary Edition or Digital Deluxe. This comes in at a whopping £89.99.