As is so often the case with games these days, when Gran Turismo 7 hits the starting line tomorrow, the content included will merely reflect the release’s first lap. We’ve already pointed out in our Gran Turismo 7 PS5 review that this is the biggest, most personal simulation racer from Polyphony Digital to date – but it’ll spend the foreseeable future adding even more content to the title.
Teasing just that on its official website, the legendary Japanese developer posted a list of the things you can expect, which includes cars and courses, of course – and plenty more:
- 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
The studio closed its message with an exciting statement: “We hope you will look forward to the ever-evolving Gran Turismo 7!” Many of the updates for Gran Turismo Sport were free, and we expect a fairly similar commitment here, although the developer’s yet to explicitly commit to that.
What kind of content would you like to see added to Gran Turismo 7 as the racer matures? Let us know in the comments section below.