A pair of Gran Turismo 7 dev diary videos have seemingly been published early, showcasing the PlayStation racing sequel’s tracks and personalisation features.
The videos are the latest in Sony Interactive Entertainment’s series of Gran Turismo 7 developer diaries, the last of which discussed updates to the franchise’s livery editor.
Sony recently detailed Gran Turismo 7 pre-order items and the game’s 25th Anniversary Edition, which costs $90 / £90.
Those who pre-order the PS4 and PS5 racing game at participating retailers ahead of its March 4, 2022 release date will receive a selection of bonus in-game items.
The 25th Anniversary Edition includes a Toyota GR Yaris with a country specific livery.
Gran Turismo 7’s campaign mode, livery editor, Scapes photo mode, GT Café and GT Auto will all require players to be connected to the PlayStation Network.
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