The creator of the Gran Turismo series, Kazunori Yamauchi, has stated that a new update for Gran Turismo 7 will be released in the coming days.
On Twitter, Yamauchi made the announcement about the forthcoming update by posting his customary “silhouette” image, which featured a number of new vehicles. No further information regarding the new cars has been disclosed as of yet; however, based on what GTPlanet has uncovered, it is highly likely that the Toyota GR010 Hypercar and the GoPro Rampage 1970 Camaro will be among the new cars that are being added to the most recent installment of Gran Turismo. The other vehicle in the picture is a little more difficult to make out, but a Corvette from the C3 generation seems to be a plausible assumption based on its design of it. At the very least, GTPlanet is of the opinion that this is the case.
— 山内 一典 (@Kaz_Yamauchi) May 21, 2022
This new version will most likely include a variety of bug patches, as well as perhaps introduce some new courses, scapes, and World Circuits in addition to the additional cars that were just discussed.
The precise date that this new version will become available has not been disclosed as of yet, although it might be available as soon as tomorrow. It is important to note, however, that the Gran Turismo games’ update schedule does not specify a certain day for the release of new content.
Gran Turismo 7 is an excellent game. It looks fantastic, with features like the photo and scapes modes, making the game look eerily photo-realistic. On the track, racing is top-notch. Every car feels unique; every change in the garage and every decision on the track matters. However, it doesn’t mean there aren’t issues. Always online requirements have failed me numerous times and lost progress when the servers have died; this is before launch. In addition to this, there’s just a looming issue of time; the game doesn’t value your time with the campaign (cafe menus), having it move at a glacially slow pace at best. Also, the soundtrack is atrocious. Still, whatever faults I find, they are far outweighed by overwhelming positives.