The series that created a whole generation of at-home racers is making a huge return this year with Gran Turismo 7.
After a long run-up, Polyphony's next title is racing up toward its release.
Here's everything we know about it so far!
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Gran Turismo 7 release date
The official release date for Gran Turismo 7 is 4 March 2022.
Unlike other titles, there is no edition of Gran Turismo 7 that comes with early access to the game. But they do come with a few extras...
There are two Gran Turismo 7 editions. These are the Standard Edition and the 25th Anniversary Edition.
The Standard Edition is just that, standard. You get the game and nothing else. It comes in at two different prices though.
The PS4 version is £59.99 while the PS5 version is £69.99. However, you will be able to upgrade your PS4 version to a PS5 one for just £10 down the line if you don't have a PS5 yet.
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The 25th Anniversary Edition is a truly special one. It checks in at £89.99, but you get a lot for your money.
Not only is there a steelbook case which includes both a PS4 and PS5 version of the game, but you also get the official soundtrack, 1.5 million credits, a special Toyota GR Yaris, and 30 PSN Avatars.
You also get a special three-car pack featuring the Castrol Tom's Supra GT500 '97, the Porsche 917 Living Legend, and the Mazda RX-Vision GT3 Concept.
If you pre-order the Standard Edition you 100,000 credits and that same three-car pack featuring the glorious Supra.
Sony and Polyphony have dropped a few trailers about Gran Turismo 7, but the main one unveiled all kinds of amazing features.
tuThere's plenty to digest here, from the return of the used car dealership and tuning to a what looks like a return to glory for the franchise.
Polyphony CEO says GT7 will provide the "best Gran Turismo experience"
CEO of Polyphone Kazunori Yamauchi has recently conducted an interview where he shed light on GT7.
The key takeaway for fans of the series is that GT7 will be blending traditional GT gaming with some of GT Sport's more esport focus:
“While inheriting elements such as the [FIA] championship realised in Sport, Gran Turismo 7 will return to the royal purpose of full volumes like [Gran Turismo] 1-4, and provide the best Gran Turismo experience at present.”
The return to focusing on single-player experiences as well as including the more esports-focus means GT7 should be the best instalment of the franchise ever.
Cars & tracks
Gran Turismo games have always had a lot of cars and locations for you to race around.
GT Sport currently boasts 324 cars and 82 configurations of 32 locations.
Gran Turismo 7 is set to be BIGGER!
Polyphony has stated that GT7 will have more than 420 cars and 90 tracks.
Now that track list will include varieties and configurations rather than unique locations, but it's still a huge amount of variety for racers!
The game will include everything in GT Sport as well as the return of Trial Mountain, Deep Forest Raceway, and High Speed Ring among others.
The current Gran Turismo 7 car list features more than 250 cars that Polyphony has shown us in trailers and screenshots.