A notable data miner has leaked the file size of Gran Turismo 5 for the PlayStation 5 and it appears to be smaller than the previous title in the series.
A notable data miner has uncovered more information about Sony’s upcoming racing sim, Gran Turismo 7, revealing the file size of the exclusive title on PlayStation 5 and revealing that it will be smaller than its predecessor GT Sports. Confirmed as the eighth main installment in the long-running racing franchise, Gran Turismo 7 will be launched at the beginning of March, 5 years after the release of GT Sports on PlayStation 4. Released on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, the title will set in motion an expansive new visually stunning journey with plenty of new features and next-gen console-specific extras for long-time fans and newcomers alike. series.
Set to officially launch on the series’ 25th anniversary, Gran Turismo 7 aims to place a strong emphasis on realism and immersion. The racing simulator includes limited ray tracing technology to produce incredibly realistic lighting effects and reflections and features a dynamic weather system affected by air, temperature, humidity and road surface which will change the way players race. Like the previous episode of the series GT Sports, Gran Turismo 7 will require an online connection to play offline and online. This is ostensibly used to deter cheaters, but many players have expressed frustration with this feature, believing it will cause connectivity issues and ruin the whole experience.
Twitter user and notable data miner PlayStation game size revealed the size of Grand Touring 7, which looks slightly smaller than GT Sports. The user claims that the title will be almost 90 GB on PlayStation 5 and almost 20 GB less than GT Sports which occupies about 110 GB of space. Compared to GT Sports – which started at 43 GB – this puts Gran Turismo 7 more in line with modern releases, and this will hopefully be backed up by quality of life upgrades from the games and should surpass its predecessor. Pre-loads will start on February 25, and a pre-patch may increase the file size.
Sony and developer Polyphony Digital promised Gran Turismo 7 will be the biggest game in the series yet, and it certainly is when it comes to file sizes. GT Sports was the franchise’s former file size champion, but Gran Turismo 7 the breath, requiring almost 90 GB of space which should increase over time. Although substantial, Gran Turismo 7 however seems to be standard compared to other recent racing versions, like Microsoft Forza Horizon 5 is about 110 GB.
Gran Turismo 7PlayStation’s release is imminent, and while Sony hasn’t officially confirmed if the extracted information is correct, PlayStation Game Size has a good track record. Still, no leak should be taken as gospel and only time will tell. In the meantime, PlayStation gamers can start preparing their systems for the Gran Turismo 7 on February 25, while the long-awaited racing sim is set to officially release on March 4.
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Gran Turismo 7 officially launches on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 on March 4, 2022.
Source: PlayStation/Twitter game size
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