Gran Turismo 7 will get a big new lease of life next week with a PSVR2 patch that makes it playable in virtual reality, but there's still content to look forward to if you're not buying Sony's new headset. Polyphony Digital CEO Kazunori Yamauchi has done his usual thing of teasing the PS5, PS4 update the weekend before it hits, revealing four more cars will be added to the real driving simulator on 21st February 2023.
You can see the black silhouettes of the four race cars in the image below, but fans speculate they're a Citroen DS, an AAR Eagle or a Honda RA272, and an old Porsche. One set of wheels seems relatively unknown at the time of writing.
Of course, you'll be able to race these new four cars in VR once you've bought them in-game on every track in the game, across all events. The only feature PSVR2 doesn't support is split-screen play. This is the entire title playable in VR, and there's even a new showroom where you can admire every car in the game up close and personal. We will bring you our impressions of the PSVR2 version as soon as possible.