Polyphony Digital’s new game, Gran Turismo 7, could be one of the PlayStation exclusives to land on both Sony gaming generations currently on the market, PS4 and PS5.
The information is from Hermen Hulst, leader of PlayStation Studios, who put the racing game on the same level as God of War 2 and Horizon Forbidden West, saying that with 110 million PS4 on the market, they will continue to analyze the possibility of launching the new titles in both generations, leaving it up to the players to decide where to play.
“In cases where it makes sense to develop a game for PS4 and PS5 – for Horizon Forbidden West, the next God of War, GT7 – we’ll continue to analyze the situation. And then if PS4 owners want to play the game, they can do it. it. If they want to play the PS5 version, the game will be there for them.”
Part of this decision by Sony is due, as Hulst said, to the number of people who have a PS4 at home, but also to the scarcity of PS5 consoles, which continues to limit Sony’s final transition.
You can check out the entire conversation with the former leader of Guerrilla Games on the official PlayStation podcast. There was a lot of information revealed, from the postponement of God of War 2 to the announcement that Bend Studio is working on a new IP in the open world, or the fact that there are more than 25 titles in development at Sony’s studios.