Update: The gigantic Gran Turismo 7 patch, featuring PSVR2 support and much more, is available now. It weighs in at 7.35GB on PS5, and includes multiple cars as well as a new track. If you're still playing on PS4, then the update is around 7.4GB.

If full PSVR2 support and four extra cars weren't enough for you, then tomorrow's Gran Turismo 7 update is also adding a classic track and superhuman AI for you to race against. Patch 1.29 bundles in the Grand Valley track with its complete Highway 1 layout as well as the South circuit. Additionally, the Gran Turismo Sophy AI announced last year will be available in-game for a limited time.

In the Race Together mode, you can race against the AI across four difficulty modes, either choosing to compete with four cars controlled by the AI or go straight for a one-on-one matchup. "The excitement of GT Sophy Race Together mode is enhanced with GT7’s new emoticon feature, which displays emoticons on the GT Sophy cars throughout the race to react to the in-game action." You'll need to be at least Collector Level 6 to access Gran Turismo Sophy, and it will be available until the end of March.

Furthermore, it turns out tomorrow's update will actually add five cars to the real driving simulator instead of four. There will be the Honda RA272 '65, the Italdesign Exeneo Vision Gran Turismo (street and off-road versions), Citroën DS 21 Pallas '70, and finally the Porsche 911 Carrera RS (901) '73. Two new Scapes then round out the patch notes.

The PlayStation Blog lightly touches on the PSVR2 support arriving tomorrow — accessible when you get your device — explaining what to expect from the new Showroom area. Here, you'll be able to "admire all the stunning details of the ultra-high-definition car models in a variety of locations and lighting settings". What car will you take for a spin inside VR first? Share your pick in the comments below.

[source blog.playstation.com]