Thanks to an information pamphlet it has been revealed that Gran Turismo 7 will feature over 420 cars and GT Mode is returning.
The information pamphlet was handed out at Yodobashi Camera, a Japanese retailer. In the pamphlet, some previously unconfirmed details were revealed such as the cars, tracks, and various modes of Gran Turismo 7.
Translated by PettyWingman of GTPlanet, according to the pamphlet, Gran Turismo 7 will feature “over 420 car models with the highest quality ever” as well as “over 90 tracks with realistic weather and realistic scenery”.
Furthermore, the pamphlet also confirms that the single player GT Mode will be making a triumphant return. GT Mode, which was absent in 2017’s GT Sport, was kind of like a rags-to-riches mode. Players would begin with a small budget and then race to earn money, buy better cars to move up the competitive racing ladder.
However, the pamphlet also (re)confirmed the returning modes and features in Gran Turismo 7 (thanks VGC):
- Brand Central
- Used Cars Dealer
- Tuning Shop
- GT Auto
- Licence Centre
- Mission Challenge
- World Circuits
In related Gran Turismo 7 news, it was revealed in a recent developer diary that the highly anticipated racing sim would feature ray-tracing, but only during the photo mode Scapes, as well as replays. Furthermore, GT7 will also require an almost constant online connection to combat cheaters.
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Gran Turismo 7 will release for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 on March 4th, 2022.
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