Gran Turismo 7, the latest episode of the real driving simulator series that has been available for a few months on PlayStation consoles, will be updated in these hours with a new update really rich in content.
Leaving aside for a moment the previous Gran Turismo Sport (which you can find on Amazon at an attractive price), the new racing continues to offer content and cars on a regular basis.
The latest update 1.25 of Gran Turismo 7 has indeed added a total of four new cars, new color variants, new events, landscapes and more.
Now, as also reported on ResetEra, it’s time to a new update with free content that will surely delight virtual pilots.
The Gran Turismo 7 November update will offer three new cars, including a special edition for the 25th anniversary X2019 >, and the Road Atlanta track.
Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta, a historic US street circuit built in 1970 and located north of Braselton, in Georgia, it is famous for hosting touring and prototype car races. It is also home to the 10-hour Petit Le Mans endurance race.
This course is characterized by a series of high-speed corners that require hard acceleration and braking, as well as featuring drastic elevation changes, which result in several blind corners (overtaking must be done with caution).
The new cars included in the update of tomorrow, November 24, are the following:
- BMW M2 Competition ’18
- Ford Sierra RS 500 Cosworth ’87
- Nissan Silvia K’s Aero (S14) ’96
As mentioned above, the Gran Turismo Red Bull X2019 25th Anniversary Special Edition Race Car will also be included in the update.
Staying on the subject, Gran Turismo celebrates its 25th anniversary with four days of GT World Finals in Monaco, as told on our pages.
It is also true that the presence of the GT Café and much more that we explained in our video review make the game a great racing game to play over and over again