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Gran Turismo Sport trailer coming next week, playable at free event in London

Sony is set to reveal a new trailer and information for the PS4 exclusive racer next week.

The news is scheduled to drop on Thursday, May 19, followed by a community event in London on May 20.

Hosted by Gran Turismo producer Kazunori Yamauchi, the event will feature the first ever public hands-on with the game alongside a bunch of exclusive info.

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If you fancy attending the free event you can reserve tickets here, although you must be 18 or over to register.

“We’re thrilled to announce that on 19th May we’ll be streaming brand-new GT Sport footage from an exclusive London event, and sharing new details about the latest entry in Polyphony Digital‘s acclaimed racing series,” Yamauchi said.

“Not only that, but we’ll also be streaming Pre-Season Test of FIA Gran Turismo Championship Cups – the Nations Cup Pre-Season Test and the Manufacturer Fan Cup Pre-Season Test. We’re also lucky enough to have nine full-scale Vision GT Cars and two quarter-size models present at the event, which is a world first!”

The entire event will be streamed online from 6:45PM BST on May 19. This will all be available via Playstation’s Youtube channel.

Are you excited for Gran Turismo Sport? Let us know in the comments. 

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