Gran Turismo 7 is coming next year and fans of the series are already curious in relation to what tracks might be on offer.
The legendary virtual racing sim, which was arguably one of the many catalysts for the PlayStation back in the late 1990s, is making a return to the scene with the seventh mainline installation.
This was mainly down to how accurately the developers of GT laid out real-life circuits and immersed players to make them feel like they were in an actual race car.
Will we see tracks such as Laguna Seca and Brands Hatch returning in GT7? Scroll down to find out everything that we know to date.
Gran Turismo 7 Track List
At the time of writing, Gran Turismo 7 will launch with over 90 tracks available with a blend of real-life tracks across the globe and fictional circuits on offer to players.
Here are the tracks that have been confirmed so far:
- Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace (Interlagos)
- Autodromo Nazionale di Monza
- Brands Hatch
- Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
- Circuit de la Sarthe
- Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
- Daytona International Speedway
- Fuji International Circuit
- Goodwood Motor Circuit
- Mount Panorama
- Red Bull Ring
- Suzuka Circuit
- Tsukuba Circuit
- WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca
- Willow Springs
- Alsace Village
- Autodrome Lago Maggiore
- Blue Moon Bay Speedway
- BB Raceway
- Circuit Sainte-Croix
- Colorado Springs
- Dragon Trail
- Fishermans Ranch
- High-Speed Ring
- Kyoto Driving Park
- Northern Isle Speedway
- Sardegna Road/Sardegna Windmills
- Special Stage Route X
- Tokyo Expressway
- Trial Mountain
We will keep this list updated as soon as more circuits are confirmed by Sony and GT7 - stay tuned!
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