Future Gran Turismo 7 Updates to Include New Cars, Tracks, Music Rally Songs, Engine Parts, and More

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Polyphony Digital has marginally detailed future Gran Turismo 7 updates on PS4 and PS5.

The next installment in the popular racing series for PlayStation launches globally tomorrow, and ahead of its worldwide release, developer Polyphony has provided more details about what to expect from future updates for the game.

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As expected, players can expect news courses, cars, as well as new World Circuit events to be added through upcoming updates. In addition, new mission races will be added alongside new lobby features, new time Time Trials. Players will also be able to listen to more Music Rally songs within the game, and more engine parts will be made available for swapping.  We’ve included the list of what players can expect from the game in the future down below:

Future Gran Turismo 7 Updates Content

  • New courses
  • New cars
  • New World Circuits events
  • More Mission races
  • More Music Rally songs
  • More engine parts to swap
  • New Lobby features
  • New Time Trials for 'Sport' mode
  • Improvements to the penalty algorithm and overall quality of online races

Gran Turismo 7 launches worldwide tomorrow for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. Be sure to check out the fresh comparison video of the game running on all PlayStation platforms right here. Here's what our very own Chris Wray had to say about the game in his review:

"When it comes to racing, Gran Turismo can truly shine. The DualSense controller is fantastic when it comes to this. Controllers have used rumbling, haptic feedback, and more to give you a sense of what's happening in the game before, but there's no doubt that this is a step forward. I'm not going to say it feels like you're driving the car and everything is feeding back through the controller, but it's certainly closer than any regular controller has come before. Only a wheel has offered a tighter feel in the past."

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