Are you also eagerly anticipating Gran Turismo 7? Then we have interesting information for you, so that you can be even more excited about your next racing game. The game is said to have 420 cars, which you can drive on 90 tracks. Yes, you read that correctly: 90 circles.
Details were spotted in a promotional brochure for Gran Turismo 7 from Japanese retailer Yodobashi Camera (via GTPlanet). The handbook states that the game’s many tracks have “realistic weather and scenery,” as well as the return of the popular GT mode, where players can purchase and tune a selection of cars as they advance in their career.
The news was spotted by Twitter user Riku, who shared screenshots on the social media platform.
These are the contents of the over-the-counter brochure describing GT7. #GT7 #Gran Turismo 7 In an additional tweet, I would like to provide what I believe is the newly mentioned information. pic.twitter.com/XUZrZds6iKDecember 17, 2021
GTPlanet user wing petty He supplied the leaked text with an English translation. The translation shows that the new and familiar modes belong to Gran Turismo 7, as well as the improved garage that can accommodate up to 1,000 vehicles.
Brand Central, the go-to place for used cars, GT Auto and tuning shop is back, and they’re here to help you customize your cars. Other Gran Turismo fans will be delighted with the return of the Licensing Center. The iconic mode teaches you everything you need to know about driving GT7 through various challenges. When you get licenses, you can access assignments that get harder.
Furthermore, it looks like Scapes, which we know from Gran Turismo Sport, is coming to Gran Turismo 7. Think of it as an advanced photo mode, where players can take up to 2,500 HD photos. Images often look lifelike, in part due to HDR support.
Gran Turismo 7 is starting to look like a fairly complete package. We only applaud that, especially after we were accused that the GT Sport and Gran Turismo 6 had quite a bit of content out of the box.
Anyway, we’re eagerly looking forward to the release of Gran Turismo 7, due out on PS5 and PS4 on March 4, 2022.
Gran Turismo 7 is starting to look like a fairly complete package, so, which is very welcome considering the last two entries in the series, the GT Sport and GT6, are often criticized for the lack of content out of the box. By comparison, GT7 looks comparable Forza Horizon 5 In the huge amount of content that PS5 players get on day one among the selection of cars, tracks, and modes.
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