New Gran Turismo Trademark May Hint At Series’ PlayStation 5 Debut
A new Gran Turismo trademark has been discovered recently, and the filing's date seems to suggest that the trademark is related to the series' debut on PlayStation 5.
As spotted on ResetERA, the new trademark has been filed in Argentina on June 4th. The trademark filing includes the Gran Turismo title, its logo, and that of Polyphony Digital. As everything has been filed on June 4th, the original date for the PlayStation 5 digital showcase event, there's a good chance we will see Gran Turismo at the event in some capacity.
Rumors of a new entry in the series started circulating last month when Next Level Racing shared an image featuring the Gran Turismo 7 logo.
Our team has recognized that a recent post by us using a logo has been misinterpreted by media and it does not reflect any information from our end, and we deny knowing any information regarding the launch of GT7.
There have been assumptions made in the media that a quite simply untrue. Due to this, we have decided to take down our previous social post. Our Graphic-Design department used the mock logo that is circulated on the internet.
The latest entry in the series is Gran Turismo Sport, released on PlayStation 4. The game released with far less content than previous entries in the series, but things have been turned around since thanks to the excellent post-launch support the developer provided.
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.
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