As part of today’s State of Play event, Polyphony Digital has shared 30 minutes of new 4K gameplay footage for its upcoming racer, Gran Turismo 7. Captured on the PS5, the video was designed to give fans an early taste of what they can expect in the “pinnacle” of the long-running racing franchise, which boasts over 90 track routes and more than 420 cars, as well as new features such as the Gran Turismo Café, a hub where players can complete challenges and learn more about the history of some of the world’s most iconic cars. Gran Turismo 7 is slated for release on March 4 for PS5 and PS4 consoles.
Latest ‘State of Play’ Offering an In-Depth Look at ‘Gran Turismo 7’ (Gran Turismo):
- 25 years since the release of the first ‘Gran Turismo’, widely known around the world for its love of cars and respect of the automobile culture, GT7 will be available on 4 March as the culmination of the series’ evolution.
- 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.
- 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.