Gran Turismo® 7 It will be released on March 4, 2022 for PlayStation 5, and the latest trailer reveals that there are more than 400 cars to drive in the game. Models from all eras, spanning the history of cars.
The trailer gives a preview of many of them. We can see cars like Ferrari 330 P4 Spyder, Jaguar XJR-13 and Porsche 917The Sauber-Mercedes C9 and many more. Basically, if there’s a sports car you’re excited about, you’ll probably be in it. In addition, if Gran Turismo® 7 looks Gran Turismo® SportThere will definitely be downloadable content that will add some cars to your garage while you’re on the go.
With over 400 cars at launch, Gran Turismo® 7 has far fewer cars available than the 1,197 Gran Turismo® 6 or even more than 700 Gran Turismo® 4. However, anyone familiar with the franchise knows that Almost identical cars are often found.
Hopefully developer Polyphony Digital has chosen over 400 vehicles to cover the full range of vehicles, rather than giving us six different variations of Nissan GT-R With slight differences between them.
While this trailer gives a better idea of what cars to expect, the circuits that can be driven remain largely vague. We clearly get to know the Le Mans circuit in this video, so we can cross it off the list of required circuits. In light of previous games, the Nürburgring Nordschleife It also seems very likely. The developer is also used to create some imaginary places to accompany the real places.
Even more unusual, Polyphony Digital has also announced a partnership with Brembo To integrate the company’s famous brakes in Gran Turismo 7. Most players will probably never notice that the calipers in their cars are unbranded, but the developers of the game pay close attention to details.
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