Gran Turismo 7 is out now, and millions are going to be diving into Polyphony Digital’s racing sim offerings over the coming days and weeks. Collecting cars across its massive roster of vehicles (which is going to get larger as time progresses) is a big part of the experience, and of course, there are many ways to do that.
Players can, for instance, buy Legend Cars in the game with credits, and interestingly enough, the prices of those vehicles within the game won’t be static. As revealed recently by global automotive enthusiast brand Hagerty, a partnership between the company and Polyphony Digital will see the virtual dealership in the game branded after the former, while the prices of the Legend Cars in the game will vary dynamically based on their real-world values, going up and down as they do in the real world.
Interestingly, Hagerty CEO McKeel Hagerty will make an appearance in the dealership as your advisor as well. Given how Gran Turismo 7 seems to be handling its microtransactions in its early days, it’ll be worth keeping an eye on how these fluctuating prices vary.
Gran Turismo 7 is available now on PS5 and PS4. In our review of the game, we awarded it a score of 10/10, calling it “a triumph for racing games and for Polyphony Digital”. You can read our full review through here.