Gran Turismo 7 is a racing simulator developed by Polyphony Digital and published by Sony.
It is the eighth mainline instalment in the Gran Turismo series.
The racing sim's newest update has added three more cars to its roster, a new international circuit, and new menus in GT Cafe.
Polyphony Digital boss and Gran Turismo producer Kazunori Yamauchi has teased another three cars coming to GT7's roster.
Update 1.15 has resulted in an increase in prices of 27 of the 62 cars available at the game's Legend car dealership.
Amazon Prime is making God of War and Netflix is making Horizon, while there's no word on who's attached to the Gran Turismo series.
Gran Turismo 7 is getting its next update this week, bringing with it three new cars, a new scape, and other smaller changes.
Producer Kazunori Yamauchi confirms that racing sim Gran Turismo 7 will be adding three new vehicles to its roster next week.
The racing sim debuted in second place, with FromSoftware's Elden Ring retaining its No. 1 position from the previous month.
Update 1.13 launches for the racing sim for free, adding new vehicles, a new track layout, new events, new Scapes, and several fixes.
Gran Turismo 7 producer Kazunori Yamauchi has teased an upcoming update that will add new cars to the racing sim's roster.
Invitations for manufacturers like Aston Martin, Ferrari, Lamborghini and Porsche among others can also be claimed from April 24th.
The new one-hour endurance races can each award up to 1.2 million Credits. Daily Races and Lobbies also offer increased rewards now.
Sony may have retreated for now, but their recent decisions and moves all point to a somewhat troubling pattern.
An issue on Daytona International Speedway when suddenly swerving into the pits on Tri-Oval and Road Course has also been fixed.
Polyphony Digital also plans to add new cars and course layouts, Online Time Trials and allow cars to be sold once again by April end.
Polyphony Digital's racing sim continues to dominate retail sales charts in the UK. Meanwhile, Elden Ring and WWE 2K22 trade places.
Excessive grinding, microtransactions, reduced credit rewards, and server troubles paint a worrying future for this excellent racing sim.
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Gran Turismo 7's steep monetization and controversial changes to progression have resulted in widespread backlash from players.
Producer and director Kazunori Yamauchi says GT7 will continue to be tweaked to improve progression and monetization, but details can't yet be revealed.
Polyphony Digital discovered "a rare issue that was not seen during tests on the development hardware or the QA sessions prior to the release".
Gran Turismo 7 requires players to be connected to its servers even to play its single player content, making it entirely unplayable with the servers currently down.
Gran Turismo 7 has been criticized upon launch for its in-game monetization, and its latest changes certainly aren't going to help matters.
Broadcast Mode will remove all tracks that can bring copyright infringements while streaming. Various other issues have also been addressed.
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Credits are your primary currency throughout the racing sim, whether buying cars or upgrading. Here's how to efficiently farm them.
Triangle Strategy sold over 86,000 units, while Gran Turismo 7's PS5 and PS4 versions collectively sold nearly 138,000 units.
The update also brings several fixes for progression blockers and bugs, including an application error that occurred when broadcasting on PS4.
We rank every game in Sony's racing sim series from worst to best.
As you collect cars, your Collector Level increases but what's the best way to raise it quickly and what rewards are offered? Read on for more details.
Polyphony Digital's racing game overtakes FromSoftware's Elden Ring to take the top position on its debut in the UK.
This will be part of a partnership between the game and global automotive enthusiast brand Hagerty, it's been announced.
Some pointers to keep in mind as you dive into GT7's world of cars.
Sony has pulled the racing simulation game off of the Russian PlayStation Store, but hasn't publicly made a statement about the same yet.
Vehicles that could be bought for $2.99 or $4.99 in Gran Turismo Sport cost $40 in Gran Turismo 7's in-game shop.
It covers over 150 years of history, focusing on the very beginning with Carl Benz all the way up to launch of the Porsche Taycan.
New events for World Circuits, Music Rally songs, Time Trials in Sport Mode, additional engine parts, and new Lobby features are also coming.
Polyphony Digital's long-awaited racing sim is almost here. Check out how it stacks up to its predecessors in terms of features, online play and more.
We stack up the PS5 version of Gran Turismo 7 against the PS4 Pro build, and pit it against GT Sport and DriveClub.
Gran Turismo 7 is simply one of the greatest racing games of all time.
Professional driver Dai Yoshihara and Steve "Super GT" Brown race in the real-life track, and its similarities to the in-game version are astounding.
Sony and Polyphony Digital's long-awaited racing sim is launching for the PS5 and PS4 in a little over a week, on March 4.
The PS5's Ultra HD Blu-ray disc drive is going to come in handy, as Gran Turismo 7's physical version will only require one disc on the console, as opposed to two on the PS4.
Gran Turismo 7 could easily be one of the biggest games of 2022.
Polyphony Digital confirms that your liveries, decals, Sportsmanship Rating, and Driver Rating from GT Sport will be carried over into the upcoming game.
Established in 2020, the subsidiary is devoted to "groundbreaking research in AI and robotics in the realm of entertainment."
Releasing on March 4th for PS4 and PS5, Polyphony Digital's gorgeous racing sim is packed to the brim with new features and things to do.
A meaty chunk of new gameplay footage showcases more of Polyphony Digital's upcoming racing sim, and it continues to impress.
Out on March 4th, the racing sim offers "several thousand" customization parts to players along with 2,500 spots in Scapes for photography.
Players can collect a number of vehicles, display them in the Museum and learn about each brand while racing on over 90 track layouts.
Though Polyphony Digital previously said ray tracing would only be used in replays, it seems the game will feature a full ray tracing visual mode as well.
The presentation will be streamed live at 2 PM PT/5 PM ET and feature more than 30 minutes of new PS5 gameplay footage and details.
Feel your car's acceleration and braking with the adaptive triggers and become immersed in the race with 3D audio when the game launches on March 4th.
The last-minute delay was apparently due to producer Kazunori Yamauchi wanting to be present for questions but having to pull out for "whatever reason."
It seems series fans are going to have to wait a little long for new details on Sony and Polyphony Digital's upcoming racing sim.
Polyphony Digital and Sony's upcoming racing sim title is seemingly going to require a hefty amount of free storage space.
The world famous track is one of a reported 90 that will be in the final game when it launches on March 4th for PS4 and PS5.
The world-famous track will be included with Polyphony's racing simulator when it launches on March 4th for PS4 and PS5 worldwide.
Insider Tom Henderson also believes that Sifu, Horizon Forbidden West and Hogwarts Legacy could appear in February's rumored State of Play.
A Japanese promotional pamphlet reveals new details about the upcoming PlayStation racing sim, detailing various aspects of the experience.
Series creator Kazunori Yamauchi talks more in-depth about the PS5 version of the game and its unique features such as haptic feedback, resolution, and more.
Polyphony Digital's highly-anticipated racing sim is due out for PS5 and PS4 in March, and as it edges closer to that date, it has been rated by the ESRB.
Designed by Porsche "in view of the future," the electric sports car will be available to players in the upcoming racing sim.
Get a closer look at the returning track from the cockpit. The racing sim is slated to release on March 4th, 2022 for PS4 and PS5.
Set to launch for PS5 and PS4 in March, Polyphony Digital's racing sim has been rated by the Australian classifications board.
The official Direct Drive Wheel for Gran Turismo has been unveiled, and promises "the smoothest and most dynamic force feedback sensations."
Series creator Kazunori Yamauchi talks about capturing track surfaces in granular detail and the effect of lighting and weather conditions.
Series creator Kazunori Yamauchi confirms that the upcoming racing sim will have the most number of parts for tuning in the series yet.
Series creator Kazunori Yamauchi says the sequel has the largest number of tuning parts in the series yet while tracks have a "tangible realness."
Gran Turismo 7's latest behind-the-scenes video sees series creator Kazunori Yamauchi talk about the game's Scapes feature.
Players can choose from different paint colors across multiple categories, pick out numerous preset decals and resize them accordingly on their cars.
Series producer Kazunori Yamauchi talks about Gran Turismo 7's audio design and its implementation of haptic feedback in this newest behind-the-scenes video.
Series producer Kazunori Yamauchi talks up Gran Turismo 7's roster of vehicles, which will include over 400 cars from across the past, present, and future of automotive history. gran turismo 7, polyph...
Kazunori Yamauchi talks about the beauty of cars, collecting and customizing them, and how the game's theme reflects these aspects.
PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan is satisfied about how the PS5 has started off, and more excited about what's still in the pipeline.
Players will be able to upgrade and customize their cars in the Tuning Shop using Brembo components, among other things.
Here are the biggest new details revealed for Polyphony Digital's upcoming racing sim.
Pre-order items include the Toyota Castrol TOM’S Supra, Mazda RX-VISION GT3 Concept (Stealth) and Porsche 917K Living Legend along with Credit.
The Porsche 917K, the 917 Living Legend, and various Porsche cars returning from Gran Turismo Sport are shown off in a brief new trailer.
It looks like enabling ray-tracing in the PS5 version of the upcoming racing sim will only be an option when you're viewing replays.
The DualSense also allows for precision steering that one could only achieve with a steering wheel, as per creator Kazunori Yamauchi.
Creator Kazunori Yamauchi also offered some new details on GT Cafe, including the ability to showcase one's collection of cars to other players.
A potential datamine of the GeForce Now service showed a wealth of unannounced game coming to PC, including several PlayStation first party titles.
Your PS5 or PS4 will need to be connected to the internet if you want to play Gran Turismo 7's single player campaign.
A new PlayStation Blog update has provided various new details on Polyphony Digital's upcoming racing sim.
Polyphony Digital's upcoming Gran Turismo 7 has made an appearance during today's PlayStation showcase, and releases in March next year.
PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan also confirms $10 upgrade options will be offered on all future cross-gen releases, including Gran Turismo 7 and the next God of War.
What looks like a test promotional beta campaign on the Experience PlayStation website may have spilled the beans for an upcoming beta for the racing sim.
As was Guerrilla Games' Horizon Forbidden West- although the decision to make Gran Turismo 7 was allegedly only recently made.
Though previously confirmed as a PS5 exclusive, Polyphony Digital's racing sim will also be making its way to the PS4 in 2022.
The racing sim won't be launching this year, as previously planned.
Though it will take elements from GT Sport as well.
Polyphony Digital are looking to apply "applying an incredible amount of attention" to details.
The upcoming racing sim won't be releasing on the PS4.
It focuses on the first party titles Sony hopes to get out between now and 2021.
A French ad may have spilled the beans.
The official website gets updated with a few new details.
Which modern racing car should grace the cover?
Polyphony Digital boss Kazunori Yamauchi talks about how the upcoming racing sim will leverage the PS5's new controller's features.
Sony's Simon Rutter says exclusives are "more important" than ever.
Some of the stuff here is simply not possible on PS4.
The next instalment in the racing sim series has been officially unveiled.
The next entry in Polyphony Digital's racing sim series might be unveiled soon.
Trademarks for GT and Polyphony Digital logos have also been filed.
The next game in the series looks to encompass a lot of the franchise's roots.
Why haven't we seen a new mainline numbered sequel from Sony's racing sim franchise yet?
For everyone burned by Gran Turismo Sport, this is excellent news.
Polyphony Digital have created their very own in-house real-time ray tracing tech.
Take it with a pinch of salt.
Current focus is on Gran Turismo Sport and DLC afterwards.
Polyphony Digital currently has several open positions for its upcoming racing sim.