The racing game will be part of the very popular franchise and developers Polyphony Digital have been making Gran Turismo games since 1997.
Gran Turismo 7 will be the eighth main instalment in the franchise and no doubt excitement is slowly building for the game.
Hopefully, the upcoming game will live up to the hype and expectations to give fans a great racing experience.
Here is everything you need to know about Gran Turismo 7:
Gran Turismo 7 News
UPDATE 25th November: It has been revealed by NME that the Official ‘Gran Turismo 7’ full steering wheel kit will cost you £1000.
UPDATE 27th October: Polyphony Digitial CEO Kazunori Yamauchi continued from where he left off below and revealed that there will be over 400 cars in GT7.
UPDATE 21st October: Polyphony Digitial CEO Kazunori Yamauchi spoke passionately about cars and explained exactly what is new in GT7.
UPDATE 29th September: Sony are expected to be adding an array of circuits to the seventh mainline installation of their virtual driving sim.
UPDATE 22nd September: Sony have announced details for gamers that are looking to secure their copy of the 'Real Driving Simulator' early.
UPDATE August 6th: With the beta having been recently leaked, gamers have been speculating when it will be released across the globe for them to try.
UPDATE August 4th: Many players have already been speculating how much Gran Turismo 7 will be.
Read more: Gran Turismo 7: What will the price be?
UPDATE July 14th: Many gamers across the globe have been asking whether the hugely successful split-screen mode will be maintained for the game's upcoming release.
UPDATE July 13th: PS4 players have been waiting with deep breaths regarding whether they will get the chance to play the latest instalment of Gran Turismo on their consoles.
Read more: Is Gran Turismo 7 coming to PS4?
Gran Turismo is scheduled for release on 4th March 2022.
Read more: Gran Turismo 7: What is the release date?
Details around the beta have been quite minimal, but when we find out more official information, we will provide you with all the details right here.
There has been a possible leak which has surfaced around the beta. The official PlayStation website seems to have confirmed that there will be a Gran Turismo 7 Beta Test. Players have been invited to complete a simple task to get access.
You are able to get a code right now, but it doesn’t work and it seems like Playstation have accidentally revealed this beta test to the public.
The steps you have to do are:
- Head into the Experience PlayStation portion of the official website.
- Select ‘Start Quest’ and then ‘Related Campaigns’ before picking ‘Italia Quest’.
- The ‘Gran Turismo Beta (Test)’ quest is one of four quests therein.
- Watch the original Gran Turismo 7 launch demo to ‘unlock the Beta code early’
Although we will not know all the cars available in the upcoming game, we do have some confirmed cars coming to the game.
Here is the cars we know so far:
- Acura NSX
- Acura NSX GT3
- Aston Martin DB11
- Aston Martin DBR9
- BAC Mono
- Chevrolet C2 Corvette
- Chevrolet C3 Corvette
- Chevrolet C7 R
- Dodge Viper/GTS
- Dodge Viper GT3
- Ford GT40
- Ford GT
- Jaguar E-Type
- Lamborghini Murcielago
- Lamborghini Diablo
- Mazda RX-Vision GT3
- Porsche 917
- Porsche Carrera GT
- Porsche 996 GT1
- Subaru WRX GT3
- Toyota Supra GT3
For those wondering, the game will be available for PC players. However, it is not exactly what you think as Gran Turismo is exclusive to PlayStation, so there won’t be official versions of the game exclusively for PC.
However, you can download Playstation games and play through your PC. The way to do it is via remote play. What you have to do is set up remote play in your settings. When you have done this you’ll be able to play your PlayStation titles on your PC.
As stated before, Gran Tursimo 7 is a Playstation exclusive, and sadly this means that Xbox gamers will not be able to play the game.
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