A leaflet from Japanese retail giant Yodobashi Camera has revealed some new details about the upcoming PlayStation racing exclusive, Gran Turismo 7.
The information, which was translated and shared by a Reddit user, has given us an idea of some of the modes and content being included in the game at launch. For example we now know that 420 car models and 90 tracks will be included, with post-2011 vehicles able to be purchased at an in-game shopping mall as well as a selection of 80s and 90s historic Japanese cars at a “used car dealer”.
We’ve also learned that players will have a garage capable of storing 1000 cars, and that Scapes (the game’s photography mode) will have over 2500 photo locations across 40 countries globally.
PlayStation has also shared some new detail on the Gran Turismo 7’s PS5-exclusive features with a video starring Polyphony Digital’s CEO Kazunori “Kaz” Yamauchi.
The video explains how the game uses the DualSense controller’s adaptive triggers to create a connection to the driving, especially in feedback from things like braking. It also gives us a look at how 4K resolution, 60fps and HDR come together to make this the best-looking Gran Turismo yet, and how the Scapes mode even features ray-tracing to allow players to take photorealistic shots of their cars.