Polyphony Digital has unveiled the latest Gran Turismo 7 PS5, PS4 update that'll bring another cast of cars and features to the real driving simulator. Patch 1.34 will be available to download from 10pm PST today or 6am BST tomorrow; it all depends on your region. And as series creator Kazunori Yamauchi teased over the weekend, the latest version contains three new vehicles to race.
They are the Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT Veloce ’67, Greening Auto Company Maverick, and the Group A racing-focused Nissan GT-R NISMO (R32) ’90. All three will be up for purchase once you've downloaded the PS5, PS4 update, which also brings with it an Engine Swap option in GT Auto. The PlayStation Blog explains: "It is now possible to perform an ‘Engine Swap’ from the ‘Car Maintenance & Service’ menu at GT Auto (Collector Level 50). On applicable vehicles, this service allows users to purchase and equip new engines from different cars."
The Tuning Shop has also been updated with a new Ultimate category, unlocked at Collector Level 50. This will allow you to further upgrade your cars thanks to new tuning options and rare parts. You can then also complete another two Extra Menus at the GT Café: SEMA Gran Turismo Award and Group A. The former is unlocked at Collector Level 37 while the latter is yours a little earlier at Collector Level 33.
Finally, two more Scapes transport you to the Lake District in the northern part of England and Tokyo's National Stadium. We're not entirely sure how you'll get a car inside there, but we're looking forward to seeing the results.
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Looking forward to the new cafe menus, always good fun. I'm loving the world series in sport at the moment though, some brilliant online races available. Though race C around the nurburgring with dynamic weather is both amazing and painful!
Forza Motorsport 8 will be dead-on-arrival when it finally launches — it will be so far behind GT7 ...
@eagletrippin Apart from in graphics, as its built for next gen, whereas GT7 was (so I understand) built for last gen and upgraded? Either way it looks stunning in the previews
@eagletrippin If it contains a solid single player campaign it will immediately be miles ahead for me.
...I am speaking in terms of content, and its place in the marketplace in simulation e-sports as the racing game to play (on consoles).
Graphics-wise, of course it will be ahead of GT7. But I wouldn't expect it to be some generational-leap over it. Even the little bit they showed last year looked like it could be found in GT7.
More cars=bigger game file size
Bring it on, make it 200GB big, PS5 gamers love buying huge SSDs😂
@eagletrippin Hopefully Microsoft can eventually figure out how to produce games again
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