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Despite his hopes to get Gran Turismo 7 on PlayStation 4 this year, series producer and Polyphony Digital CEO Kazunori Yamauchi informed Eurogamer that it isn’t likely to land sooner than 2015.

“We are working on the title,” Yamauchi told Eurogamer. “I don’t think it’ll make this year!”

Yamauchi did confirm to Eurogamer that the series’ seventh installment would likely not be split up. as its predecessor was, into a Prologue and full release.

I don’t think it’ll be a Prologue,” Yamauchi said.

One thing Yamauchi was able to tell Eurogamer about Gran Turismo 7 was that it would likely retain the standard cars that have been present in the series since 2004’s Gran Turismo 4.

“I doubt that we’ll be throwing away the standards cars,” he said. “Each car has its own fans. So I think we’ll hang on to the archive. In the meanwhile, some of those cars we may be able to make into Premium cars as they become available—but basically we’re more focused on increasing the number of premium cars.”

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By | 06/27/2014 03:50 PM PT

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Despite his hopes to get Gran Turismo 7 on PlayStation 4 this year, series producer and Polyphony Digital CEO Kazunori Yamauchi informed Eurogamer that it isn’t likely to land sooner than 2015.

“We are working on the title,” Yamauchi told Eurogamer. “I don’t think it’ll make this year!”

Yamauchi did confirm to Eurogamer that the series’ seventh installment would likely not be split up. as its predecessor was, into a Prologue and full release.

I don’t think it’ll be a Prologue,” Yamauchi said.

One thing Yamauchi was able to tell Eurogamer about Gran Turismo 7 was that it would likely retain the standard cars that have been present in the series since 2004’s Gran Turismo 4.

“I doubt that we’ll be throwing away the standards cars,” he said. “Each car has its own fans. So I think we’ll hang on to the archive. In the meanwhile, some of those cars we may be able to make into Premium cars as they become available—but basically we’re more focused on increasing the number of premium cars.”

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