Gran Turismo 7 will include more than 400 cars to collect
Gran Turismo 7 will feature cars from all automotive history.
Gran Turismo creator Kazunori Yamauchi revealed in a behind-the-scenes video that the upcoming Gran Turismo 7 will feature more than 400 cars, including some of the “most fascinating cars in automotive history.” The video was uploaded to the official PlayStation YouTube channel earlier today and showed some of the in-game cars in action.
In the video, Yamauchi explains that he believes that an important part of automotive culture is being able to collect unique cars with “a long history behind them”. He goes on to explain that the PS5 version of Gran Turismo 7 will feature “top PS5 quality models” and that the large number of high quality models makes the game “special”.
Another behind-the-scenes video from PlayStation also revealed several other features that will be included in Gran Turismo 7, including the ability to tweak your cars to increase their performance and design liveries. Unfortunately, we also recently discovered that the game will require an always online connection, even in single player mode, which fans are not very happy with.
There hasn’t been a main Gran Turismo game in almost seven years and Tamuachi seems to make up for that with a lot of content. Gran Turismo 7 is still expected to launch exclusively on PS4 and PS5 on March 4, 2022, although it is worth noting for PS4 buyers that you will have to pay for the PS5 upgrade due to the policy recently implemented by Sony on next-gen upgrades.
Gran Turismo 7 may launch with over 400 cars, but the game’s closest rival also claims to have a similar number of vehicles to play with. It was announced last month that Forza Horizon 5 will also include over 400 vehicles at launch, with even more chances of being added via post-launch updates and DLC.
If you’re a racing fanatic looking for a game to guide you through the release of Gran Turismo 7 next year, Forza Horizon 5 is slated to launch next month on November 9 for PC, Xbox One, and Xbox. Series X. The game is currently available for preload and will occupy 103 GB of data on PC and Series X.
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