The latest update for Gran Turismo 7, v1.35, is now available, adding three new vehicles from very different performance brackets as well as a surprise expansion of one of the game’s more unusual play modes.
An unexpectedly early post on social media from Polyphony Digital studio head Kazunori Yamauchi has revealed that Gran Turismo 7’s next update is coming next week, and will add one of the fastest road cars ever made.
In addition to the new car content coming in Gran Turismo 7’s 1.34 update Polyphony Digital will unlock new tuning abilities that have previously been restricted to chance occurrences, with engine swaps and special parts becoming available to purchase directly.
The latest update for Gran Turismo 7, 1.32, is now available, coming in at 1.25GB on PlayStation 5 and 1.76GB on PlayStation 4, bringing with it new cars, races, and general gameplay changes — as well as a new look for one of the game’s circuits.
Gran Turismo series creator Kazunori Yamauchi has published his traditional pre-update teaser image showing the vehicle content players can expect to come to Gran Turismo 7 this month, with four new cars confirmed including a returning 90s supercar.