All racing game fans are looking forward to blasting onto new tracks driving powerful racing cars with the all-new Gran Turismo 7, but it seems that the ESRB has already “warned” players about some annoying details of the title
Gran Turismo 7 is the title that lovers of speed and engines have been waiting for for some time now. The excitement of simulating speed and thrill in powerful cars, however, seems to come brake from European Systemic Risk Board (or the European Systemic Risk Board – ESRB). But let’s go ahead with some order.
Gran Turismo 7: not just microtransactions
That’s right, you read that right, even with regards to the long-awaited Gran Turismo 7 players will find themselves faced with the evergreen “grain” that is microtransactions. Obviously it’s no surprise, but it would have been nice to know otherwise.
Continuing with its analysis, the ESRB then wanted to warn players that within the racing title there will also be some references to cigarettes and alcohol in some photographs and signs. And what does Sony say?
The parent company of PlayStation, for the moment, has “limited” itself to providing new videos and trailers that show elements such as the Deep Forest Raceway, the Porsche Vision completely electric and much more. We also remind you that the game will be available, for PS4 and PS5, starting March 4, 2022.
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