Polyphony Digital has published a trailer and presented all the details of the latest Gran Turismo 7 update. Developers are welcoming gamers to new features, which include four new cars.
Gran Turismo 7 made its debut in March, and the Japanese company Polyphony Digital has been expanding the game steadily since then, adding, among other things, some new cars to the title.
While some fans are complaining because the developers are slow to expand the set of vehicles in small steps, we should keep in mind that all this content is offered for free. Gamers do not have to pay real money to be able to try out the new vehicles.
This time, Polyphony Digital is providing the community with four new cars, among which there is a “priceless classic” and a new sports model:
- Maserati Merak SS ’80
- Mazda Roadster NR-A (ND) ’22
- Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R (KPGC110) ’73
- Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 ’18
This is not the end of the story, as two new items have also been added to Scapes: “Autumn Leaves” and “Whitby.”
We can hardly talk about a lot of content, although it is worth mentioning that the new features will hit the PlayStation servers tomorrow.
At the moment, Sony has not actually confirmed whether it plans to offer players major additions to Gran Turismo 7.
For example, Polyphony Digital might be preparing new modes or support for PlayStation VR 2, but we have not received any concrete announcements at the moment.