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Hermen Hulst And Kazunori Yamauchi Have Been Discussing The ‘Future Of Gran Turismo’

PlayStation Studios boss Hermen Hulst and Gran Turismo creator Kazunori Yamauchi have recently got together for a cosy chat about the future of Sony’s flagship racing simulation franchise.

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We’ll just have to wait and see what the future of Gran Turismo holds, but there’s plenty of time for that, seeing as how GT7 is barely a few months old. Speaking of which, check out our Gran Turismo 7 review here to see how Polyphony Digital’s latest racer shaped up on PS4 and PS5.

The Gran Turismo franchise remains Sony’s biggest-selling first-party series to date, having sold over 85 million units since its PSOne debut in December 1997. Since that time, Gran Turismo has spanned every major PlayStation format to date, although PS Vita missed out on its own dedicated entry.

With PSVR 2 on the horizon, we wouldn’t be surprised to see Sony pursue this avenue for future Gran Turismo titles.