While the developer did not go into a lot of detail, we now know what players can expect in future updates for Gran Turismo 7 following the game's successful launch on 4th March 2022.
Gran Turismo 7 post-launch content plans
With the launch of Gran Turismo 7 on 4th March 2022 for PS4 and PS5 systems, the developer Polyphony Digital wasted no time teasing the post-launch content coming to their latest and possibly greatest title yet.
Via a short but sweet post on the game's official website, the developer noted the additional content and improvements that are planned to be added to Gran Turismo 7 with "future updates".
Players can expect the following list of improvements and content via Gran Turismo 7 updates in the future, now that the game has officially been released:
- New courses.
- New cars.
- New World Circuits events.
- More Mission races.
- More Music Rally songs.
- More engine parts to swap.
- New Lobby features.
- New Time Trials for 'Sport' mode.
- Improvements to the penalty algorithm and overall quality of online races.
With roughly 420 cards already and a tonne of content, these post-launch plans for Gran Turismo 7 are impressive, to say the least. The developers also noted that Gran Turismo 7 is "ever-evolving" but did not provide any release dates for the future content.
We can't wait to get more detail about the post-launch content for Gran Turismo 7, and we endeavour to update our readers once Polyphony Digital and Sony share some more information on the matter.
Check out the latest State of Play deep dive for the game, showcasing 4K gameplay.
What is abundantly clear, however, is that despite the massive amount of cars (over 400) available at launch and the numerous tracks/courses and regions, the developer is far from done.
Don't forget to check out our dedicated Gran Turismo 7 section for guides, news, and much more.
Featured image courtesy of Polyphony Digital / Sony.