Recently, rumors have been circulating that Kazunori Yamauchi may have hinted at work on a PC version of Gran Turismo 7.
This statement quickly reached the game and in the past weeks has led to the rumor that Polyphony Digital may have already started working on a PC implementation of the successful racing game. To counter the rumors and avoiding the negative rumors, Yamauchi returned to the Japanese Dengeki Online to discuss this topic.
Although a port of Gran Turismo 7 is, no means is ruled out, Yamauchi emphasized that that isn’t in the works.
There’s not anything to announce.
That isn’t true, said Yamauchi about the report on the upcoming work on the PC version. When it comes to the PC, I replied that as a developer, it isn’t that I haven’t considered all the possibilities. That means that the possibility isn’t zero. Don’t we ask you if I’m doing a thing specific. There’s nothing to discuss.
This week, the Gran Turismo series celebrates its 25th anniversary. Since the racing game has sold more than 90 million games worldwide, it was confirmed last week that a racing game series has sold over 90 million games. This is a result that we couldn’t have achieved by ourselves, Yamauchi said of the commercial milestone.
And again, the 90 million are all the people in the media who communicated their fascination with Gran Turismo to their readers. And finally there are those people at PlayStation who have been passionate about selling Gran Turismo for us all around the world. And there are so much support from their customers from retailers.
Gran Turismo 7 is available for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.
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