Gran Turismo 7 State of Play Puts the Legendary Racer Back in the Spotlight

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.

Core Features

  • 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

Our Take

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!

By Seasoned Gaming

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