After a long absence, and excluding the GT Sport parenthesis, the main series of Gran Turismo is preparing to make its expected return with the seventh iteration, coming on March 4, 2022 on PlayStation 5 and PS4. The new episode promises to be very rich in content, including cars, modes and circuits.
After discovering how many cars there are in Gran Turismo 7, are you curious to discover also on how many tracks you can race once the title signed Polyphony Digital is available? According to a promotional booklet distributed by Sony to some Yodobashi Camera retailers, the next GT will have more than 90 tracks on which to compete at full speed. Among these has already been confirmed the presence of the Roval of Daytona International Speedway in Gran Turismo 7, an updated version of the same track already seen in Gran Turismo 6.
The presence of over 90 different tracks, coming from every corner of the world, guarantees in this way a potentially exceptional variety for the new episode of the series, with a high rate of replayability to try to beat their personal records experimenting with always different cars. Sony and Polyphony Digital want to do things big with the return of the Real Driving Simulator, which promises to prove to be one of the most interesting titles of 2022.