We’re exactly two months away from Gran Turismo Sport‘s release. What better time than now to review the list of tracks coming to Polyphony’s first PS4 racer?
According to the company’s own statements, GT Sport will launch with 17 locations and 28 layouts. Thanks to a video released on the official Facebook channel, we now know Interlagos is one of those locations. The Autodromo José Carlos Pace is unique as the only new-to-GT real-world circuit in the game. That’s right: Gran Turismo veterans won’t be able to rely on previous knowledge at the challenging Brazilian circuit.
In addition to the real-world tracks, GT Sport also features a raft of fantasy circuits. Polyphony Digital has designed 11 new locations, ranging from flowing European ribbons, tight Japanese highways, and a dash of dirt for rallying.
You’ll find the full list below, and we’ll keep it updated as we get more info. While we know all 17 locations, there are still three layouts left to be discovered.
Current Gran Turismo Sport Track List
Alsace – Village
Autodrome Lago Maggiore (1)
Autodrome Lago Maggiore GP
Autodromo José Carlos Pace (1)
Autodromo José Carlos Pace GP
BB Raceway (1)
Brands Hatch (2)
Brands Hatch Indy
Brands Hatch GP
Blue Moon Bay (1)
Blue Moon Bay
Colorado Springs (1)
Colorado Springs – Lake
Dragon Trail International Raceway (1)
Dragon Trail International Raceway – Seaside
Fishermans Ranch (1)
Kyoto Driving Park (2)
Kyoto Driving Park – Miyabi
Kyoto Driving Park – Yamigawa
Mount Panorama (1)
Mount Panorama Motor Racing Circuit
Northern Isle (1)
Northern Isle Speedway
Sardegna – Windmills
Suzuka Circuit (2)
Suzuka Circuit East Course
Tokyo Expressway (2)
Tokyo Expressway – Central Outer Loop
Tokyo Expressway – East Outer Loop
Willow Springs International Raceway (3)
Willow Springs International Raceway: Big Willow
Willow Springs International Raceway: Horsethief Mile
Willow Springs International Raceway: Streets of Willow
August 17, 2017 – List posted.