Gran Turismo players! Gran Turismo 7 Update 1.29 will arrive today, February 20th at 10:00 PM PST* / February 21st at 6:00 AM GMT / 3:00 PM JST.

Gran Turismo 7 1.29 update includes PS VR2 update, race against superhuman AI, classic GT track and 5 new cars

PlayStation VR2 (PS5 only) for Gran Turismo 7 is coming

With the free 1.29 update, players will be able to experience all races and game modes (except “2P Split Screen”) for the first time in a whole new level of realism. PS VR2 players will also have access to an exclusive ‘VR Showroom’ area from their ‘Garage’ or in-game car showrooms, where they can admire all the stunning details of ultra-high resolution car models in various locations. and lighting settings.

GT7 takes full advantage of PS VR2’s next-generation features, using specially optimized HDR tone mapping, as well as foveal rendering thanks to eye tracking (technology that reproduces the areas of the screen that the player is directly looking at in high definition). and support for dynamic 3D audio, players will be able to experience a completely new dimension of exciting gameplay.

Take your Gran Turismo 7 experience to new heights with PS VR2 (launches February 22).

Try Gran Turismo Sophy in Race Together mode (PS5 only)

Gran Turismo Sophy is a revolutionary AI superhuman racing agent developed in collaboration with Sony AI, Sony Interactive Entertainment and Polyphony Digital. The Gran Turismo Sophy Race Together mode gives Gran Turismo players of all skill levels and abilities the chance to go head-to-head against GT Sophy in GT7. Available as a limited-time in-game event (February 21st until the end of March), the special mode is the first look at GT Sophy in GT7 and is designed to maximize the fun and excitement of racing against GT Sophy for everyone. Player feedback on this initial special feature will be used to continuously improve the GT Sophy Race Together mode feature for future releases.

In GT Sophy Race Together mode, players can compete against GT Sophy in a series of four tracks of increasing difficulty as a beginner/intermediate/expert driver. In each of the four races, the player competes against four GT Sophy cars of varying performance levels. Players can also challenge GT Sophy in 1VS1 mode, where GT Sophy and the player compete head-to-head with identical car configurations and settings, showcasing GT Sophy’s superhuman racing abilities. The excitement of GT Sophy’s Race Together mode is enhanced by GT7’s new emoji feature, which displays emojis on GT Sophy’s cars throughout the race to react to in-game actions.

The mode can be accessed directly from the top right panel of the GT7 world map, and the player can start a race against GT Sophy once the player reaches collector level 6. For more information on GT Sophy, visit official site.

Grand Valley returns from Highway 1

The Gran Turismo classic, Grand Valley returns to the series with a brand new look. The full Highway 1 circuit is a challenging course that includes high-speed full-speed sections and tight, twisty technical turns. The shorter 2,000m ‘Southern’ layout features sharp gradients and blind corners to keep drivers on their toes. A large environment where the ocean meets the mountains and large sections of bridges and tunnels create a dynamic layout that recreates the excitement of driving the world’s beautiful winding coastal roads.

5 new cars added

Honda RA272 ’65

The Formula 1 car that brought Honda its first victory.

Thanks to innovative ideas and visionary engineering skills, Honda has made a number of technological revolutions. A great example of this is their first foray into Formula 1 in 1964, when the car manufacturer was still relatively unknown. The machine they designed was the RA271, which used an aluminum body over a space frame body with a 1.5L V12 engine in an unusual midship transverse position. However, his uniqueness would be his downfall, and he failed to achieve anything in his debut year. In 1965, Honda radically redesigned the car, resulting in the RA272. The RA272E engine was a more efficient version of the previous V12 using lighter components. The rear suspension design has been changed from inboard to outboard, reducing weight from 525kg to 498kg, a major improvement. Sophomore Ronnie Bucknum was behind the wheel, along with rookie driver Richie Ginter.

Italdesign Exeneo Vision Gran Turismo Street and Off-Road mode

A high-performance luxury car prepared as a “beautifully wrapped gift”.

Italdesign was founded in 1968 in Turin, Italy and has designed and built more than 300 production cars and presented more than 100 concept cars at the world’s most important motor shows. Many of its details were featured in Gran Turismo. Some of the cars developed by Italdesign later became real movie stars, such as the De Lorean DMC 12 that starred in the Back to the Future trilogy, or the Lotus Esprit driven by Roger Moore in The Spy Who Loved Me . The Italdesign Exeneo Vision Gran Turismo continues the long Italian tradition of Gran Turismo cars, albeit updated with advanced technology. Inspired by the off-road engine of 2013, the Italdesign Parcour compact GT, this concept car has four different chassis settings (track, snow, off-road and city) and has been designed to be driven both on and off the track. road tracks The powerful V10 mid-engine, together with two 200 kW (268.2 hp) electric motors, provides a total output of 910 kW (1219.9 hp), allowing the Exeneo VGT to reach a top speed of 236.1 mph with acceleration from 0 to 62.1 mph in 2.5 seconds. A 7-speed gearbox, individual all-wheel drive (IWD) and a KERS recuperation system complete the powertrain. To ensure maximum stability, the intelligent suspension automatically adapts to different types of terrain.

Citroën DS 21 Pallas 70

A historical vision of the future from France.

Citroen were committed to front-wheel drive, and this DS is their masterpiece, built with all the cutting-edge technology of the time. It first appeared at the Salon de l’Automobile in 1955. While many other manufacturers were still producing pre-war style cars, the DS was a stunning vision of the future. Thanks to its avant-garde aerodynamic body and revolutionary hydropneumatic suspension system, it was nicknamed the “flying saucer”. Development was led by André Lefebvre, and the relatively large 4.8m body was designed by Italian Flaminio Bertoni, who also worked on the classic 2CV. Thanks to this forward-looking design, the popularity of the DS did not subside for some time. Including various equipment and engine upgrades, the car continued to be produced for 20 years. In 1964, the “Pallas” model was supplemented with luxurious interior and exterior elements. Then in 1967 the car got a more modern look with 2 round headlights replaced by 4 lights in closed units.

Porsche 911 Carrera RS (901) ’73

The first ever Porsche 911, the elusive RennSport.

The 911 Carrera RS 2.7, which appeared in 1973, was the first model in the long history of the Porsche 911 to bear the RS badge. The RS stands for “Rennsport” or simply “racing sport” in English and, as the name suggests, it was developed as a homologation model for the FIA ​​Group 4 category. The 2.4L engine from the base model 1973 911 S was enlarged to 2.7L, now producing 207.1 hp. There is an air baffle in the front that allows you to add an oil cooler. The rear of the car features the iconic ducktail spoiler as standard with rear fenders stretched to accommodate the new wider rear tires. The Carrera RS 2.7 was available in three grades: Touring, Sport and Racing, although even the luxury Touring model weighed less than 1100kg.


Drift Stage and Camera Move Up and Down have been added to the featured section. This update also adds support for drift photos. During your first game after the update, a tutorial will be available to walk you through the steps to take drift photos. Follow the instructions on the screen and have fun shooting perfect drift shots.

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