It looks kinda like a deck chair, but that does actually fold away really well.
Digital Foundry's assessment of playing the game in 4K HDR:
http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digit ... killer-app
Gran Turismo Sport is HDR's killer app - a game-changing experience.
And then there's the HDR implementation. We've seen some strong showings from developers before, but GT Sport is the first title we've seen that looks so phenomenal in HDR that it has the potential to prompt a lot of display upgrades. Just remember that a screen advertising HDR may not be fully up to spec - our 4K HDR buyer's guide should hopefully put you on the right track. At its fullest potential, HDR is a game-changer and GT Sport may well be its first killer app.
Some of the comments underneath are being real negative nancies, but there's no way they've experienced it on a proper 4K HDR TV. I'd put my TV at the bottom of the real
HDR rung and it's astonishing, let alone someone who has purchased one of LG or Sony's televisions this year. I completely understand that £1500+ is anything but cheap, and not everyone is going to be able to experience it yet, but don't undersell what Polyphony have managed to achieve here. I don't want to say this is a factual statement, but I'm presuming the gulf between playing Sport on a standard PS4, a Pro, and then a Pro hooked up to a 4K HDR TV is the biggest of any game we've seen yet. We're also talking about a system that is reported to be 50% less powerful than the Xbox X, and probably 70% when put up against the best PC on the market. And on a game that 2 months ago looked like a load of arse. The biggest "...and on that bombshell" since maybe the original Halo on Xbox (that was initially ropey as hell when people first saw it).