Sony continues the promotional campaign around Gran Turismo 7 by relying on its luxury ambassador: the Formula 1 Alpine driver Esteban Ocon.
In recent days, most people talk about Gran Turismo for its microtransactions and the exorbitant price of its cars. Sony therefore logically continues to promote the game of Polyphony Digital. Today, the Japanese giant has decided to highlight the preparation of its vehicle. In addition to teaching us to drive, the game is also very educational in terms of mechanics.
pimp my ride
The Gran Turismo 7 preparation shop allows you to buy a large number of more or less efficient parts. the idea is of course to be able to improve the performance of our car in one way or another. Once the parts are installed, it will also go through the development. Indeed, to take full advantage of slick tires, nothing beats a good suspension setting. Similarly, we can limit the understeer by adding better tires to the front, or by increasing the aerodynamic support.
To explain all this to us, Sony called on Formula 1 driver Esteban Ocon. Gran Turismo 7 ambassador for France, the Alpine driver gives us some small indications on the methods to improve our lap times. Esteban is probably good advice, since he finished 7th at the GP of Bahrain, then 6th at the GP of Saudi Arabia.
Gran Turismo 7: a million offered
To learn more about Gran Turismo 7, we suggest you take a look at our test which is available at this address. If you ever have the game, don’t forget to go get your million credits offered by Polyphony Digital. To do this, you must launch the game before April 25, then go for a walk in your garage. The gifts tab should normally contain a credit ticket good for 1 million Cr, in compensation for the server issues that occurred a few days ago.