Gran Turismo has always skewed more towards the realistic simulation end of the spectrum in order to provide an accurate experience for virtual racers. This year's version adds another layer to that, in the form of a certification and enforcement of proper "sportsmanship".
The latest iteration of the Gran Turismo series won't be hitting digital and real-world store shelves until next year, with the developers requiring more time to avoiding compromising "the experience in any way".
It's seemingly becoming the "too hard to handle" part of driving games these days -- dynamic weather. And in a new interview, Polyphony Digital CEO and Gran Turismo Sport designer Kazunori Yamauchi has confirmed that the new GT is following the same path Driveclub did at launch.