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Gran Turismo 7: All about the new update

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In a new post on its blog, Polyphony Digital has revealed all the new features expected in the April update of Gran Turismo 7, launched yesterday (April 25). These include three new cars debuting in the game: the Super GT Champion 2021, the Subaru BRZ GT300 ’21 and the Suzuki Cappuccino (EA11R) ’91. But that’s not all: also added a new “Spa-Francorchamps 24h Layout” – in Belgium – with a total length of 7.004 m and 21 curves. Its longest straight is 751.84 m. Below is the trailer for the update released yesterday.

The Gran Turismo 7 update gives us a new layout of the Spa-Francorchamps circuit

“Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium is one of the most famous international circuits in Europe,” Polyphony explained on his blog. “This update, in addition to the psita, adds the ‘Layout 24 hours. The most substantial difference consists in the ‘location of the boxes’. Once out of the pits, the driver will drive along the famous S-curve before joining the Kemmel Straight track. This pit-road is narrow and curved, and requires riders to pay attention to the penalties provided for in the event of illegal crossing of the white line ”. Finally, Polyphony has confirmed an update that includes improvements to the game’s photo mode.

To find out more about Gran Turismo 7 also read our review.

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