Update 1.36 goes live on August 7th at midnight PDT and adds other new vehicles, three GT Café Extra Menus, and a new Scape.
Producer Kazunori Yamauchi has confirmed that the racing sim's next update will arrive on August 7, adding four new vehicles, including the Toyota GR Corolla.
Polyphony Digital confirms the Aston Martin Valkyrie ’21, Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 3 GSR ’95, and Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX STi ’04.
Producer Kazunori Yamauchi teases what seems to be the Impreza 2004 WRX STI, Aston Martin Valkyrie and 1995 Lancer Evolution III GSR.
Players can now purchase engines and equip them in supported cars. The update also adds two new GT Café Extra Menus and Scapes.
The film follows Jann Mardenborough, who participated in GT Academy and went on to become a real-life professional driver.
The film focuses on driver Jann Mardenborough, who goes from GT Academy competitor to professional racer and launches in August.
Super Formula is available in World Circuits as a new race, while the two new Extra Menus open up at Collector Levels 35 and 41.
Among the teaser Super Formula cars is the Dallara S23 in collaboration with Japan Race Promotion, which leaked last month.
In addition to five new vehicles, two new layouts for Nurburgring, Endurance and Sprint, and a new Scape are also coming.
For the second successive month, Polyphony Digital's racing sim will add five new cars to its roster with its free monthly update.
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PS5 players can also participate in a limited-time event until late March against Gran Turismo Sophy, a complex racing AI.
While the upcoming addition of VR support is the headlining feature of Gran Turismo 7's upcoming update, its roster of vehicles is also about to get a little bigger.
Polyphony Digital has revealed in a blog post that update 1.29 for Gran Turismo 7 will bring with it support for the PlayStation VR2.
Regarding the visuals, series producer Kazunori Yamauchi said, "There hasn’t been anything done to cut anything down in any major way."
Polyphony Digital boss Kazunori Yamauchi seemingly confirms that the next Gran Turismo title has entered development.
The VR Showroom mode in Gran Turismo 7's free PS VR2 update will allow players to appreciate the most minor details of their cars.
Gran Turismo 7 will be a PS VR2 launch title, with the entire game being playable in VR, except 2-player splitscreen races.
Actors Archie Madekwe, Orlando Bloom, and David Harbour offer new details on the upcoming film.