In Gran Turismo 7, there are a total of four camera perspectives from which you can deny the races. In addition to a cockpit and two views from the front of the vehicle, there is also a pursuer perspective, which shows your car from behind.
And exactly to this perspective, there is a bit criticism in the community. Toilynamic they feel some, others do not like the big distance to the vehicle. A user on the GTPlanet platform even claims that “the persecution perspective GT7 ruined”.
Granted, especially in many arcade-oriented racing games, the camera perspectives behind the vehicle often act much more dynamic than in GT7, a bit of help you can still do it in PlayStation Exclusive. Because in Gran Turismo 7 there are a few rudimentary camera settings, which can be overlooked quickly, which, among other things, passed us during our test to Gran Turismo 7.
So comes to the camera settings in Gran Turismo 7
Because: The options are available exclusively during the gameplay, so during a running race. In order to make an adaptation of the perspective, you have to carry out the following step.
- Pauses the game and chooses “Settings”
- Navigates to “Display Settings” and confirms
- At the bottom under “View” you can customize both parameters for the cockpit and the pursuer view.
The following options can then be changed specifically for the pursuer perspective:
- Camera sensation: Specifies in 10 stages, how rigid the perspective acts
- Adjust the center of rotation: In 3 stages, you set here how flexible the camera reacts into curves
- Persec view: Default is “far” here, but you can pick up the car to you too.
Through a bit tried around, at least with us, a satisfactory result can achieve what the camera behind the car is no longer too stuck. It is a pity: Even about the settings can not be adapted to look at the right stick from the tracker perspective on the sides of the car.
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Gran Turismo 7 has been available for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 since March 4,2022. In addition to a comprehensive campaign for solo players, the game also has a multiplayer mode in which you can compete online against other drivers. There is also a split screen mode for two participants.
Which camera perspective in GT7 is you preferential?