Aliens are in Gran Turismo 7, and they could be abducting cows. No, you haven’t read that wrong and we have the proof!
I think it’s fair of us to say one of the last things we thought we would see in a sports simulation racer would be an alien abduction. But alas, aliens are real and they’re invading GT7. Shocking!
The evidence of the alien antics is courtesy of Twitter user taiG_typeRS. At first, the alien activity is difficult to see in the video clip provided. But if you squint your eyes very carefully, you can see what looks to be a flying saucer-shaped object at about 13 seconds into the video.
The Twitter user mentioned that the alien ship was seen on the racetrack while playing at 7am. Just in case that has some relevance should this be a reoccurrence. The racetrack in question is Mount Panorama, Australia.
Thanks to Gran Turismo 7s photo mode, taiG_typeRS then uploaded a zoomed-in screenshot of the flying saucer culprit!
What else is there to find in GT7?
Knowing that flying saucers and aliens are hidden away in Gran Turismo 7, it does make me wonder what other easter eggs are there to discover? Have you seen any fun easter eggs in GT7? Let us know across our social media channels.
In our review of Gran Turismo 7, we said: “While it certainly does a great job of onboarding newcomers warmly, it does so at the risk of boring its more eager fanbase. That makes Gran Turismo 7 a difficult game to recommend unless you love cars and their culture with your whole heart.”
Gran Turismo 7 is available now for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.
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Featured Image Credit: Polyphony Digital/taiG_typeRS