Nothing to laugh at in this case, the release of GT Sport this year was a much bigger question mark than The Last Guardian which in the end is a reworked single player PS3 game.
It will likely be launched in October if this is coming in November.
Indeed I'm surprised the full game is making it this year with what seems to be a pretty good amount of contents as well. And finally no standard cars.
Now the question is how it plays compared to GT6.
Beginning to sound like this might approach the depth of a Gran Turismo 3 (which I think also pared down the car list drastically). Maybe somewhere between GT5 Prologue and 3? Or is that wishful thinking?
That's not a lot of content (cars & tracks) for a GT game but it's more than most racing games so it won't be the deciding factor for me. I'm more interested if the campaign mode will be interesting, because I don't care about any social (or VR ) aspects of the game.
Numbered GT's have a lot of cars that you simply would never race in. It's much more about the history of cars in general. Sport is going to lean more toward cars you would race in. That doesn't mean that there are only racing cars as we've already seen road going cars. But it'll be more about the history of racing.