Along with Sony, developer Polyphony Digital is currently working on the next installment to the Gran Turismo series, and it'll apparently feature aspects from the game's past, present, and future. \n \nIt's been roughly two years since the most recent game in the series, Gran Turismo Sport, was released, so naturally, players are beginning to ask questions about the next installment in the franchise. On top of that, everyone knows that we're not too far away from the PlayStation 5 being announced and released, so one would expect another Gran Turismo game to hit Sony's next-generation console at some point after its release. \n \nKazunori Yamauchi, who is the creator of the Gran Turismo series, recently spoke with GT Planet, where he confirmed that the next game in the series is already in development, and he explained that Polyphony Digital will take their time with the project in order to ensure that they've learned all the right lessons from the series' previous entry. \n \nPolyphony Digital is also working on adding new single-player content to Gran Turismo Sport, as the game was released without any significant single-player modes, which was a very controversial move, given the fact that the series has always had great offline modes. \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=moDdHXpxWrw \n \nSo, with the developer now understanding that players were displeased with the lack of single-player content in Gran Turismo Sport, it's probably safe to assume that the next installment in the series will feature some type of significant offline mode. \n \nWhen Yamauchi was asked about the next Gran Turismo game, he kept his answer somewhat vague as he said the following. \n“I think the next title that we’re going to create will be a combination of the past, present and future – a complete form of Gran Turismo.” \nYamauchi also said that he does like PSVR and that the studio might look into doing something for the platform, as he believes that it's very well-suited for a racing game. Moreover, he believes that Sony's next-generation console, which will obviously be the PlayStation 5, will make VR more of a possibility for the Gran Turismo series due to the massive increase in power. \n \nTypically, most of the Gran Turismo games take roughly three or four years to develop, and given the fact that the most recent entry is nearly two years old, it's probably safe to assume that the next installment of GT will be released somewhere around 2021 or 2022. So, it'll be a few years before we see another entry in one of Sony's signature exclusives.