Following the Gran Turismo 7 State of Play showcase that took place earlier today, Polyphony Digital and Sony revealed a plethora of information about progression, game modes, and more. If you’ve not kept up with the release yet, pre-orders went live in India with the 25th Anniversary Edition also confirmed for release. The lengthy showcase reveals new modes, a look at returning modes, the interface, progression, and more. Watch the Gran Turismo 7 State of Play showcase below:
Gran Turismo 7 State of Play highlights
The highlights include a proper look at the world map, Gran Turismo Cafe, the Music Rally mode, a look at purchasing cars, tuning, and more. I’m glad a lot of the clean aesthetic from GT Sport has made its way here. This definitely feels like a game taking the learnings from the old and newer GT games. Hopefully the soundtrack remains as excellent as prior games.
Gran Turismo 7 will have 34 locations and 90 track layouts at launch. GT Sport’s Sport Mode also makes its way here. Check out the full recap here.
Gran Turismo 7 Ray Tracing
As confirmed before, Gran Turismo 7 will not have ray tracing during races, but it will be available in replays, and more. Check out some footage via IGN Japan below:
Gran Turismo 7 PS4 to PS5 upgrade
Gran Turismo 7 on PS4 can be upgraded to the PS5 version for $10 (likely Rs. 999 in India).
Gran Turismo 7 list of online only modes that need an internet connection
The following modes are confirmed to be online only / require an internet connection.
- Gran Turismo Campaign / GT Campaign
- Livery Editor
- Trial Mountain
- High-Speed Ring
- GT Cafe
- GT Auto
Gran Turismo 7 releases on March 4, 2022 for PS5 and PS4 worldwide.