'Gran Turismo 7' Has Finally Announced a Release Date

Coming to both the PlayStation 4 and 5.

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After a long eight-year wait since Gran Turismo 6, Polyphony Digital has finally announced the release date for the highly anticipated Gran Turismo 7 on both the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.

Now scheduled to release on March 4, 2022, the latest installment to the beloved driving and racing simulator will maintain many of its old modes and features as well as introduce brand new mechanics and experiences. Fan-favorites such as the extensive livery editor or tuning process will both be making a return while the game upgrades its race circuits, inventory of collectible cars, and even weather simulations.

GT7 is both the culmination of the series which answers the expectations of GT fans throughout the years, and at the same time it is a title that marks a beginning of a difficult mission to contain the full breadth of car culture from the past into a single video game,” says Kazunori Yamauchi, president of Polyphony Digital.

For fans of the franchise, you can learn more about Gran Turismo 7 over on its PlayStation Blog post.

Elsewhere in gaming, young gamers in China have already found ways to circumvent the country’s one-hour restriction on playtime.

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