February is a pretty hectic month so far with some heavy-duty AAA games. This month hit and we’ve seen the Life Is Strange remasters then Dying Light 2. Today many decided to hop on Cyberpunk 2077 with its next-gen upgrades. Upgrades I personally feel worth the wait. Now within ten days, we will get Horizon Zero Dawn, Elden Ring, and Martha Is Dead. Once February ends we go right into March and with that arrives and the next installment of Gran Turismo is here in GT 7
With Horizon taking up nearly 100GB on PlayStation 5 alone fans of the February game onslaught may struggle to squeeze Gran Turismo onto their PlayStation 5. Especially with the news coming out today for the PlayStation 4 version of GT 7
What requirements we will need to race on this
Polyphony Digital’s title is visually impressive. So if you’re unable to grab a PlayStation 5 and making do with a PlayStation 4 it’s going to require two Blu-ray discs. However, those able to get on PlayStation 5 only need one disc.
This was spotted by GT Planet who saw it on the PlayStation Direct which is Sony’s online store. The reasons for this are the maximum storage the discs hold. The PlayStation 4 has a standard Blu-ray drive, where discs are usually a standard dual-layer disc. These hold 50GB of data. Meanwhile, the PlayStation 5 utilizes UHD discs, which support up to 100GB on a triple-layer disc.
As expected the reserved storage space for GT 7 is mentioned in the small print. Meaning the next step in the Gran Turismo 7 needs 110GB. GT 7 races onto PlayStation consoles on 4th March.