Gran Turismo 7 is a brilliant game. Racing in GT7 is always fun, but you've got to be comfortable in the virtual cockpit.
Part of ensuring your comfort is making sure the screen boundaries are set correctly. So, how do you change these? And what difference does it make? We've got everything you need to know right here!
Adjusting screen settings
Boot up Gran Turismo 7 and go to the GT World menu. Then head to the Settings menu, which is located within the GT button at the top-left.
From there, go to the Display settings, hitting X to go into this menu.
You'll then have four options in front of you. These are Exposure, Saturation, Graphics Priority for PlayStation 5 (only on PS5) and the Display Assistant.
We're going to head to the display assistant, as you can change those three settings in there anyway.
Unfortunately though, you cannot change your display boundaries through this method. You have to get it right first time when you first boot the game up though, as these settings will be locked after the initial start.
But, not matter what you do, the game will look beautiful. We also recommend you prioritise frame rate rather than graphics on PS5, as it will make the gameplay incredibly smooth.
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