Gran Turismo 7 brings together the very best features of the Real Driving Simulator. Whether you’re a competitive or casual racer, collector, tuner, livery designer or photographer – find your line with a staggering collection of game modes including fan-favourites like GT Campaign, Arcade and Driving School. With the reintroduction of the legendary GT Simulation Mode, buy, tune, race and sell your way through a rewarding solo campaign as you unlock new cars and challenges. And if you love going head-to-head with others, hone your skills and compete in the GT Sport Mode.
Over 400 cars from more than 60 automotive brands around the world
Driving a huge selection of cars, from production models to more rare and legendary cars, has always been the DNA of the series, and GT7 is no exception. In this latest chapter, over 400 cars from more than 60 automotive manufacturers have been included, and will continue to be added via future updates.
Tracks from 34 locations with 97 layouts
The list of tracks that serve as the stage for all the racing action feature the usual mix of real-life circuits and original courses, taking players to 34 different locations for a total of 97 unique layouts. Classic series circuits such as ‘Trial Mountain’, ‘Deep Forest,’ and ‘High Speed Ring’ are making a comeback, updated to the latest technology. In the same manner as cars, additional tracks are also planned to be added with future updates.
Venture into a car-themed resort
The fan-favourite World Map is coming back to the series with GT7. This time it’s taking the form of a resort, where players can enjoy their car life, and serves as a menu that will give direct access to the various features of the game. The first thing that players will do in this world is to buy a compact car with their initial credits. Building on from there, they will take on races and various events so that they can switch to faster cars received as a reward from those events, or tune and upgrade their old ones to become faster as they progress through the game. Using the ‘Garage’ as a home base for stocking collected cars and for tuning, players can venture out into the car resort to discover the world of cars.
‘Café’ a place to discover car history and culture
At the ‘Café’ players will receive ‘Menu Books’ providing various quests that will guide them through the many locations of this car resort. The Menu Book is at the centre of the ‘GT7’ experience, assisting players in collecting cars; after completing a book, players can listen to a curated description of those newly acquired cars, and sometimes even meet the designers who were involved in their creation if they are around! The game is designed so that players will naturally come into contact with the history and culture behind the cars as they complete these Menu Books.
Three Car Dealerships
The Car Dealerships are where cars can be purchased in the game. In GT7, players will progress through the game while perusing three different dealerships depending on their objectives. One of these dealerships is ‘Brand Central’ where new cars produced in or after 2001 can be found. There are roughly 300 cars available, and in the dedicated ‘Museum’ section within a brand, players can learn more about their history.
At the ‘Used Car Dealership’ players can of course purchase used cars at a more reasonable price than new ones. But there are some models, such as the Japanese sports cars from the ‘90s, that command a premium, costing well beyond their starting price. The used cars lineup is planned to be updated every day.
Finally, there is also the ‘Legendary Car Dealership’ offering rare and iconic cars with high historical value.
‘World Circuits’ where tracks around the world can be visited to be raced on
The ‘World Circuits’ is a location where players will have access to the various tracks included in GT7. From here they can visit various tracks and take part in races and championships hosted there, as well as other activities. There is a ‘Circuit Experience’ focused on learning all the sectors of a track, as well as ‘Custom Race’ where weather conditions, time of the day, number of laps, and rival cars can be defined freely.
*Internet connection required for game progression and to access most vehicles, races, modes and tuning features.
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Please note, an internet connection and Playstation Plus may be required to play this game. In addition, you may need to update your hardware via the internet before you can play the game.
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