Polyphony Digital is going to end the year with a nice surprise for the players of Gran Turismo 7. The next update should make people happy.
The year could end in style for Gran Turismo 7. After a difficult start punctuated by controversy around its economic model, the PlayStation exclusivity was able to mark the occasion for the 25th anniversary of the license. Polyphony Digital, however, kept in its host one last surprise for the players.
5 new cars in Gran Turismo 7
The next and final update of Gran Turismo 7 of the year is coming. It will obviously be Christmas before the hour for budding pilots. In order not to change, Kazunori Yamauchi, creator of the series, went there with his teaser. This time it’s not silhouette a trio of cars, but a quintet. There will indeed be 5 new vehicles that will be added during the course of next week via patch 1.27. By following the usual schedule, we can say without getting too wet that theupdate of GT7 will be deployed on Thursday, December 15.
What are these five new cars? As usual, the lynx eyes of GTPlanet have struck again. The vehicle in the center has already been revealed as it is Ferrari’s Vision Gran Turismo shown during the World Finals but not everyone will be able to have it. You had to answer a quiz to get it for free from December 15. Those who missed the opportunity will have to wait until it can be unlocked in Gran Turismo 7 for a few credits. As for the others, it looks like Polyphony Digital is gearing up to sign the return of a fan favourite: the largely absent Toyota Celica ST205 from GT Sport.
For the rest, the developers will obviously add three very popular cars. The Bugatti Chiron, one of the fastest cars in the world, the Alfa Romeo Giulia GTAm a high-flying car and finally the long-awaited Chevrolet Corvette of the C8 generation. Remember that this teaser only concerns cars that will be added soon. The rest of the content will be unveiled when Update 1.27 is released. However, we should find several Landscapes and at least one new circuit. A few surprises can’t be ruled out, as Polyphony Digital finally added a long-awaited feature last time around.