Gran Turismo is special to video game racing fans. The launch of the original title was a borderline revolution for the genre, and over the past 25 years, its continued to push the bar (despite some slumps). Today, PlayStation held a State of Play to give fans a look at Polyphony Digital’s next mainline entry, Gran Turismo 7. Let’s see how it’s shaping up for its release on March 4th.
- Over 400 cars
- 34 locations with 97 total track configurations
- Includes real-world and classic fantasy locations such as Trial Mountain and High Speed Ring
- Extensive tuning and car personalization
- GT Cafe
- Classic career mode with license tests
- “Scapes” which allow you to photograph your favorite cars in locations around the world
- Real-time day and weather simulation
- Museum and manufacturer histories
Gran Turismo 7 looks like a true return to form for the series. After a long drought, and a game in GT Sport that took some time to grow, it’s fantastic to see GT back at the forefront. Stay tuned for our detailed impressions in the coming weeks!
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