Gran Turismo Sport Reviews
Gran Turismo Sport is packed with details, and have everything for making it the best racing game of the year. But the lack of content is a bit of a let-down, and resulting in a game that never reach its full potential. Still a great racing game, though.
Review in Swedish | Read full review
Gran Turismo Sport is a pretty complicated affair: a mediocre single player experience, an exhilarating multiplayer title, the last work from Polyphony Digital is the greatest testament to a democratic vision of motorsport, where driving is really for everyone. A temple where players can share and contemplate truly stunning and beutiful images of cars, and drivers can look for the aesthetic perfection of driving. In the middle, a driving model with the same old limits of the previous chapters, and an overall anachronistic feeling.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Lets face it: it will not replace DiRT Rally with a remarkable off-road, or Forza Motorsport 7 with a ton of content. On the other hand, GT Sport is 100% unique in its aesthetics, for which Gran Turismo is loved, and this game is still recommended to everyone who is not indifferent to racing and cars as objects of culture.
Review in Russian | Read full review
Gran Turismo Sport is a good game, and yet, it's still a disappointment. Given this series' pedigree, good simply isn't good enough. GT Sport still brings it on the track, but its lack of content can't be ignored, and you can't give the game top marks in world where Forza Motorsport 7 and Project CARS 2 exist. If you're a diehard fan of Sony's series or really into online racing, GT Sport is worth a shot. If you just want the best racing sim out there, you may want to kick some more tires.
With its excellent focus on online multiplayer supported with some innovative fair-play features and related social features, Gran Turismo Sport is a great choice for drivers focused on those aspects. For offline players and those that don't want to grind to gain access to an extensive collection of cars and tracks, though, there are better alternatives.
The focus on sport and competition is the game's most impressive asset
Gran Turismo Sport represents a sharp change in direction for a beloved brand – and only time will tell whether that move proves shrewd. The game sets a new standard for online simulation racing on consoles, and for that it must be praised, but in its efforts to educate it's shed the series' revered single player structure – and almost certainly a fair few fans along the way.
Gran Turismo Sport brings its best to the race with a long list of gorgeous cars and outstanding venues. As long as the servers are online, there will be vivacious fun to be had in each and every mode.
Gran Turismo Sport looks great, but a lack of content, some dodgy AI, and an always-online requirement see it limp into the pits. Still, how 'bout them interiors?
The Gran Turismo franchise makes its comeback almost four years after its latest entrance with a different attempt for the driving simulator games: VR and an online, esports' focus for the masses. Despite being a great attempt, it just doesn't feel cohesive or complete as any other of its own past games.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
If you want to dive deep into the genre of racing simulation, Gran Turismo Sport is a great place to start.
It's far too early to say if Gran Turismo Sport is the final word when it comes to eSports style racing on consoles. The on-track action is excellent, but the remainder of the package is severely lacking at this point in time.
This new GT has many qualities, but it manages to disappoint its fans and to be very perfectible, especially on the thing he wanted to excel at: the online races.
Review in French | Read full review
Through its celebration of both the art and intricacies of driving and the cars that make it such a joy, GT Sport is a stunningly classy racing experience. It handles wonderfully and does all it can to make you a better driver through its campaign's structure.
Gran Turismo Sport purposely limits itself as it revolves solely around getting players racing online in various competitions. The VR gimmick and customization options are nice, but otherwise there simply is not enough here for anyone but the gamer that wants to turn video game racing into a potential career. GT Sport is a shell of what we expect from this series, and will disappoint anyone looking for any significant content in its offline modes.
GT Sport offers little solo playing time and scope, but thanks to great driving physics and good online mode it is nevertheless a recommended game.
Review in German | Read full review
One's enjoyment of Gran Turismo Sport will solely be determined by whether the prospect of learning different tracks and competing in three different online races per day is exciting to them. If you can't get into that gameplay loop then you'll want to play something else, as the single-player content is extremely limited, and even the online offerings aren't rich with features. GT Sport does a few things exceptionally well (you won't find a better looking and playing racing game), but it ultimately left me wanting more content out of it.
Polyphony's racing opus returns with its trademark excellent driving and a lot of fat trimming. Lovers of the series’ offline “CarPG” will be disappointed by the reduced number of cars, tracks and offline features, as well as the always-online requirement for basic things like saving and buying cars. If all you care about is online racing, however, then Gran Turismo Sport is a more focused take on the pure driving experience minus the bloat.
Gran Turismo Sport is worthy of the name and a great driving simulator, but a lack of content compared to what the series usually offers makes it a curious beast. If you love Polyphony Digital's approach and cars, however, it will still tick a lot of your desired boxes.
I want to love it, so badly and from a pure gameplay standpoint, this is probably one of my favourite racers in quite some time.