The annual shopping extravaganza known as “Black Friday” — named for the phenomenon of a single-day’s rush which pushes many outlets’ books into the black (or further into) — is nearly upon us and once again gamers are being assaulted by myriad discounts across the board.
The Gran Turismo series officially turns 25 years old this year — on December 23 — and the anniversary will be marked with a special celebration within Gran Turismo 7, detailed in a new PlayStation Blog post.
The 2022 Gran Turismo World Series World Final is almost upon us, and if you’re planning on tuning in to the four days of live streams you’ll be able to pick up some in-game rewards — including early access to the most-recently announced new car in the series.
After two seasons spent almost entirely online, the Gran Turismo World Finals returns to live competition at its regular Monaco home this coming weekend, with the racing action starting on Thursday November 24.
This KTM is not your father’s enduro from the early 80s. A great drivers’ car that is so much fun on sport hard tires at this short little track. Watch your entry speed in the last corner, you can really over cook things here and mess up a flyer.
As temperatures soar around the UK, a new Summer season has officially gotten underway in Forza Horizon 4. We’re now in the opening stage of Series 55, meaning a fresh remix of events and prizes that are once more waiting to be claimed.
If you’re playing the Gran Turismo 7 Daily Races this week you might have already noticed that there’s something a bit “sus” going on in one of the events. Some drivers in Race B at the Lago Maggiore West short course are recording qualifying times in the order of ten seconds faster than what should be possible.