Gran Turismo 7, according to the World Champion Valerio Gallo, is not yet ready for eSport given the problems on online multiplayer.
Gran Turismo 7 is not “ready for eSports”, reported Valerio Gallo , who has announced that he will abandon the Polyphony Digital game until the various problems that afflict him are resolved, and this is an evaluation of some importance. considering that he comes from the World Champion at the Nations Cup of GT Sport.
I’m officially taking a rest from everything until GT7 won’t be a proper game to play and esports ready. ” Gallo wrote on Twitter in recent days. The idea is that the virtual pilot wanted to send a message above all to Polyphony Digital, in order to push the developers to solve the problems that afflict the online component of the game.
“I am honestly worried about the future of Gran Turismo 7″, Gallo had previously written, arguing that the new chapter seemed “no longer fun, not motivating to play”, echoing criticisms from other well-known streamers in the field. of racing and Gran Turismo in particular, such as Steve Alvarez Brown.
It should be noted that in this case these protests concern the online component of Gran Turismo 7 and in particular the elements that tend more towards eSport, therefore it is a different situation compared to the controversies arising from the policy on the progression and prices of in-game cars. , and perhaps it concerns aspects that are grasped to a lesser extent by “standard” players.
According to some pro players, the various patches applied so far have ended up penalizing the online multiplayer component which seems less accurate than the rest, with servers that are more unstable and problematic than what was seen also in Gran Turismo Sport . Among the elements subject to the greatest criticism by these virtual pilots are the management of online lobbies, the balance and stability of the gaming experience on the servers.