A atualização 1.17 do Gran Turismo 7 traz três novos 3 carros, um circuito internacional e menus extras

Latest update includes two legendary cars, one Vision GT, and the introduction of the Watkins Glen International circuit.
Attention Gran Turismo players! The June update for Gran Turismo 7 arrives today June 22 at 11:00pm PDT* (June 23 at 7am BST / 3pm JST). 

Suzuki V6 Escudo Pikes Peak Special ’98
Returning to the series for the first time in a decade, the legendary Suzuki V6 Escudo Pikes Peak Special ’98 is a monster machine developed specifically to compete in the most extremely harsh conditions for any race car in conquering the treacherous hill climb. The frame is of an all-new design using an aluminum space frame. To maximize performance, the powertrain has been extensively modified, moving the engine from the base model’s front position to a midship configuration. The fully tuned 2.5L V6 engine has been fitted with twin turbochargers allowing it to produce a maximum 981 BHP and 95 kgfm maximum torque.   
Suzuki Vision Gran Turismo (Gr.3 Version)
This model is a realization of Suzuki’s motor sporting prowess, extensively tuned to meet Gr.3 regulations. The base Suzuki VGT uses the 1,340 cm³ (1,340 cc) Hayabusa engine linked to 3 high-power electric motors on an all-wheel drive powertrain. This Gr.3 version however has been changed to a simple front-engine, rear-wheel drive layout with a V8 twin-turbo powerplant comprised of 2 Hayabusa engine blocks for a total displacement of 2,680 cm³ (2,680 cc). In this form, the monstrous engine can produce a maximum 577 BHP at an astoundingly high 10,000 rpm. Compared to the base model, the design aesthetics have been altered to achieve increased downforce, featuring an enlarged front spoiler as well as the addition of front and rear diffusers, a GT wing and air ducting on the bonnet. 
1932 Ford Roadster
In the world of customized cars, the US is often number one in terms of quality, volume, and genre. The oldest genre of these, now an iconic part of American culture is the Hot Rod. This was a movement that originated in the 1930s, where the Ford Model T and the later Model A’s and Model B’s were heavily modified by their owners. Extensive exterior modifications were performed on these cars such as removing wheel arches, bonnets and cutting the body to make chop-top convertibles. More and powerful engines were then added to the cars as technology improved over the years. 
Watkins Glen International 
Nicknamed “The Glen”, Watkins Glen International is a historic road course found in New York State, roughly 260 miles northwest of New York City, which opened in 1956 and is surrounded by rolling hills. The first half of the track comprises high-speed sections with mid to high-speed corners, with the latter half features tight, technical turn combinations. The undulating track is also narrow which encourages high-intensity racing battles. The back straight leads to a high-speed chicane, immediately followed by a right turn into a banking section (Outer Loop), which is one of the track’s primary highlights. From there, the long course will run into the technical section known as “The Boot”, while the ‘Short Course’ bypasses this segment entirely.  

Gran Turismo Café – Extra Menus
The following 3 Extra Menus have been added:
Be sure to stay tuned to official GT and PlayStation channels as there are plenty more updates to come from the team. Until then, happy racing!
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Add some Mustangs in used cars plz.
Shelby GT500 2007-2009 plz
Resolve your grotesque and extortionate MTX/grinding system for this full-priced game. No fix, no purchase.
Thats great, but we still can’t sell cars
When to adjust the settings of the second player on 2 players which is still blocked
That’s nice and all, but I’m still not touching this game with a 50 ft pole until you make the single player modes playable offline (i.e., remove the online requirement for single player modes) and include the ability to sell cars.
Not a fan of the menus gated behind collector levels.
Also would be nice to have more normal cars added. But maybe that’s just me.
Add external camera sensitivity 0.0 and the ability to rotate the camera around the car with the right analog R3
Good suggestion. Not being able to rotate the camera is silly. Same with the fact there’s no real bonnet/hood camera, plus FOV is too restrictive
Still no option to sell cars though? Big Surprise.
Do you still have to back out of the menu, back out of the menu, back out of the menu, go to Gt auto, remember which tires and pp rating you need for the race change what’s needed , go back to sport , skip the YouTube video, enter the race event.
Seriously, sort your menus out.
that escudo looks amazeballs
But I would love a classic GT career mode though. The Café Menu should only have been an extra mode. Using it as the main career in the game was a MASSIVE mistake. It simply holds your hand until there is nothing left to do (which doesn’t take long).
Going to the “World Circuits” menu, picking a location and getting a “Sunday Cup” event that is just ONE single race with no prize car at the end is useless…… as is every single other “one race” event in the world circuits. The GT Mode used to take months to complete in previous games because it was open to you what you wanted to focus on next. A 3 race championship FF only car event or a big 7 race championship that will eventually unlock the next set of higher tier events.
This is one of those things that every reviewer of the game seemed to miss when they claimed “GT is back on track with GT7”. Its like Cyberpunk and Halo Infinite levels of questionable reviews that simply do not paint a picture of what the actual game was at all.
And please, like every one else is asking, ditch the SCAM roulette garbage. Just tell us that there is a 90% chance you are landing on the worst prize. Don’t pretend there is a working roulette system based on some sort of equal 1 in 5 chance. Its an insult to your fans’ intelligence.
Still haven’t fixed any real problems:
-Always online DRM
-Can’t sell cars
-Earn rates not balanced with prices
….and a lot more!
Bad game remains bad.
I got this from my local library on ps5, and was surprised at how much of it I really did like basd on not liking much of the prior entries back to when it was high quality for single player focused players like myself. You know 1-4.
That being said I can never buy this game the way you have it structured now, when you add up every obtuse / greedy thing in the game it negates the quality of the actual driving and the improvements the dual sense provides in tandem to it.
I am wowed by the level you went to with scapes as a photography person, and found myself wondering how you found that much resources to do that and leave so much of the game in a sorry state, like the cafe and the menus i mean come on. I expect your top level guys just loved excuses to take “vacations” in the name of scapes. No one asked for this mode, nobody. We all wanted a great sim/game and don’t get me started on the cognitive dissonance of using a sense to play a “sim”.
Without a proper offline Career mode, without removing or drastically changing your disgusting and intellectually insulting waste my time unskippable raffles i will never buy this game sale or otherwise, even if you add it to plus extra/ premium in its current state i will not go back. That is after 3 weeks with the game. You have a constant link to the credits for cash store at all times and you make it a grind to get even a modest car with a mtx shop loaded wih cars 5x or more the real cost of gt sport because you want it “in line with the real value and rarity” for what sp/offline players?
I’d love to support gt7 but the reality is even with their mtx etc forza/horizon is just better, and look better.
Be better than this.
Also egregiously you don’t allow a test drive before any car purchase, with the “economy” such as it is and no ability to sell cars even at 10-20% value it really put me off. How am i supposed to know if i want the car? why would i PAY TO WIN/COMPETE for online if you cannot try the car. You used to be able to test drive.
Don’t act like your 3 cars in this update are some gift to players, that is clearly not the case.
The tracks and driving model are compromised doing things this way.
You want your cake and eat it to, but instead you should have made two games, a career offline game and a f2p game, or what actually would have been innovative is a career online game. F2P or not.
I won’t play f2p games, and if you graft $70 into f2p extra i won’t support that, as someone who buys 75%+ of Sony exclusives. I will just move $60 over to my son on his switch.
Just so disappointed over this game, got a lot right after the last ones be sad.
There’s different ways to make money post launch off a $70 game and this isn’t it. It bodes very worryingly for Sony and it’s live services strategies going forward.
The tactic with the reviews that was pulled also demands derision and future mistrust as well. They wanted that high metacritic by any means.
The drm is just to protect their mtx shop.
Look at forza horizon 5 they are offering a hotwheels expansion pack. This is how you do it offer something compelling for a clear cost.
not roulette into 2k credits 15 times in a row. with a link in that menu to the $$$ credits shop.
You see the difference and why i would rather support turn 10?
come on sony drop 1440p it basically 2k & developers could use this 1440p & 120fps for ps5
They aren’t prioritizing computer monitors. This complaint doesn’t have a place on a gt post anyways.
The fact they dropped vrr shows they are aware of the feature parity with series x. Just keep watching for it.
You knew what it did when you bought it, so being impatient is on you. Why not play the pc / series x on your monitor in the meantime.
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