Update 1.44 for Gran Turismo 7 Introduces New Vehicles, World Circuit Events, and Additional Features

Ready to Rev Up: Gran Turismo 7 Adds New Cars, Events, and Anime-Inspired Stickers in Latest Update

The latest update for Gran Turismo 7 is set to hit PlayStation on March 27 at 11pm PST, according to a post on the PlayStation Blog. This update brings three new cars, an additional Café Menu, and three World Circuit Events.

The three new cars in this update are the Toyota GT-One (TS020) ’99, the Audi R8 Coupé V10 plus ’16, and the Lamborghini Urus ’18. Additionally, players can find the Jaguar menu in Extra Menus section, specifically Extra Menu No. 37 for Collector Level 41 and above. World Circuits will now have new events such as European Clubman Cup 600, Schwarzwald League, and World Touring Car 900.

Fans of Gran Turismo can look forward to official TV animation series Highspeed Étoile stickers being available for a limited time in GT Auto / Livery Editor. A selection of 26 stickers including title logos and character stickers inspired by anime will be offered. Furthermore, Fukushima has been added as a featured Curation in Scapes.

Gran Turismo 7 was launched on PlayStation 4 and 5 in March of last year and received positive reviews from critics. The game combines elements from the original Gran Turismo and GT Sport while focusing on both traditional formats and competitive online racing. Despite its initial launch date, Polyphony Digital has maintained a strong user base following the game’s release according to series development chief Kazunori Yamauchi.

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