Our Game Guide to Gran Turismo Sport describes the rules of multiplayer races in the Sport mode. You will learn how to increase your chances of winning against other players by choosing the right car, what mistakes should be avoided when racing, and how to beat tracks faster by improving your lap times. You will also find the basics of the car paint editor, which will allow you to create unique patterns, visible to other players.
- Tips and trophies
- Races - General rules
- Races - Practical advice
- Technical aspects
- Painting your car
- The three fundamental rules
Tips and trophies
- Starting Tips - learn the track, do not be discouraged, and fight to the end.
- Trophies in Gran Turismo Sport - a list of trophies and tips on how to get them.
- Driver rank in GT Sport.
- Ghosting - what is and what can be done with ghosting in Gran Turismo Sport.
- Fairplay rank
Races - General rules
Races - Practical advice
- How to choose your car in Gran Turismo Sport?
- Check out your opponents' replays
- Time penalties
- Racing line and going for the apex
- Sound matters - what can you learn from the sound of your tires in Gran Turismo Sport.
- What is this whole consistency and why is it so important?
- How to avoid trouble and crashes?
- Where to look on the HUD in Gran Turismo Sport?
- The orange bollards and why do you need them.
- How to get off the line first - good starts and autopilot in Gran Turismo Sport!
- Pit stop - when to take a break, and why.
- Pad or steering wheel - a hard choice.
- Types of assists - ABS, TCS, gearbox, and line.
- Which camera view - best cameras for racing in GT Sport.
Painting your car
The three fundamental rules
First, it is important to learn the three fundamental rules; second, it is essential that you accept and follow them:
- Learn the track by heart;
- Care not about failures, be they yours or others' fault;
- Always fight to the very end!
Dariusz "DM" Matusiak (http://www.gamepressure.com)
About Gran Turismo Sport Game Guide
Author : Dariusz "DM" Matusiak for gamepressure.com
Translator : Mateusz "Anger" Arendt
last update : July 11, 2018
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Gran Turismo Sport Video Game
- genre: Racing
- developer: Polyphony Digital
- publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment
- platform: PS4
Gran Turismo Sport is the first Gran Turismo game to be a PlayStation 4 exclusive. Although it's release takes place more than two years after Gran Turismo 6, the game is not considered to be the seventh installment in the main series. Nevertheless, it offers more than just a small taste of the next big game, as it was in the case of Gran Turismo 5 Prologue. Just as all the previous games in the franchise, Gran Turismo Sport too was developed by Japanese studio Polyphony Digital, a Sony Computer Entertainment subsidiary.
The overall gameplay mechanics in Gran Turismo Sport are the same as before. You climb up the ladder of a professional driver career, taking part in more and more prestigious races and driving more powerful cars. There are many vehicles to choose from, including sport cars, dedicated racing or concept cars. You can take them for a spin on many existing racing tracks from all over the world.
Gran Turismo Sport puts even more emphasis on motor sports through the competitive multiplayer. Polyphony Digital started a partnership with FIA organization (Federation Internationale de l’Automobile) to let players compete for prestigious titles and cups, just as real race drivers do. The competition has two layers – players can either represent their own country or selected car manufacturers.
Together with the authentic competitive experience comes an enhanced, realistic driving model. However, the developer took special care to make Gran Turismo Sport as accessible to players as the previous installments.
Since this is a PlayStation 4 game, Gran Turismo Sport offers much better visuals than the previous games. It is also noteworthy that the title supports PlayStation VR headset.
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