Gran Turismo Sport may be a bit short of content for its launch, but there is still quite a lot to do for those who love to win gold medals. The single player mode proposes to learn the different tracks little by little before asking you to finish one lap in a certain amount of time, so we chose the iconic Nordschleife to test the wheel lent to us by Fanatec for review purposes. The CSL Elite Wheel for PS4 and the CSL pedals we have received make the game even more immersive, but we'll give our detailed impressions in a future article which should be available before Christmas (we have a lot of games to cover on PC, PS4 and Xbox One). Until then, enjoy the following videos as we were playing with low ABS and traction control set to 1. We'll obviously also try the game with no assists at all but it was our very first try with the wheel so we played it safe. Our PS4 Pro was set in 1080p and performance mode when we recorded the footage yesterday, hence the 60 fps replays. Update: 2 videos added showing the MAggiore track in a race against the AI (medium difficulty).
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