Polyphony Digital is releasing a brand new Gran Turismo 7 update someday this week that will add three new cars.
On May 21, Gran Turismo collection creator Kazunori Yamauchi took to social media to tease the subsequent Gran Turismo 7 update. He wrote: “Update is coming next week” alongside a photograph that includes three silhouettes of cars. As per common, the teaser has led many followers to take a position as to what the featured cars may very well be.
According to GT Planet, who recognized the three cars, it’s believed that the Toyota GR010 hypercar and GoPro Rampage 1970 Camaro will be included within the patch, and though it’s tougher to determine the third automotive, it’s potential it may very well be the C3-generation Corvette.
Update is coming subsequent week.
来週、アップデート来ます。 #GT7 #GranTurismo7 pic.twitter.com/nFPkf0QBP2
— 山内 一典 (@Kaz_Yamauchi) May 21, 2022
The publication famous that because of an earlier announcement from Toyota concerning the 2022 Toyota Gazoo Racing GT Cup, the schedule features a race on June 5 that will embody a automotive that’s not but current in Gran Turismo 7.
As for the GoPro Rampage 1970 Camaro, which is supposedly the underside proper automotive featured within the picture, Yamauchi mentioned in 2014 that the automotive would someday seem in one of many racing video games, including to the speculation.
GT Planet believes that the third automotive pictured is the C3-generation Corvette, saying that it’s “the likeliest candidate at the moment”.
Polyphony has but to announce the discharge date of the update, however gamers can seemingly count on some affirmation this week. The earlier update, which was launched in April, additionally added three new cars, in addition to a brand new monitor structure to the sport’s racing simulator.
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