Whenever a new game like Gran Turismo 7 is revealed and the “hype train” leaves the station, it’s exciting to keep up with all the news, rumors, and announcements surrounding it. That’s our speciality here on the editorial side of GTPlanet, but it can be hard — even for us! — to keep up with everything that gets released.
Sometimes, you don’t want to just read the latest news, you want to see all of it one place, in context, organized, and up-to-date. I wanted a resource like that for a long time now, so I commissioned our expert Editor-in-Chief — the guy who literally wrote the book on Gran Turismo — Andrew Evans, to do something about it.
Today, I’m excited to announce GTPlanet Guides: a free library of comprehensive resources on the top subjects we cover.
We are launching with our bread-and-butter: an “ultimate guide” dedicated to Gran Turismo 7. It has car lists, track lists, confirmed features, rumored features, technology, official videos and screenshots, and more. They are all together in one massive resource that will be updated regularly as the game evolves:
Bookmark it, share it, save it, and reference it as much as you need. We are just getting started, and we have guides for a variety of other top games this year in the draft stage now.
If there is a subject you would like to see us cover, or if there is something you think we should include in our GT7 guide, send us an email or leave a comment in our forums via the link below.