Gran Turismo 7’s next update will include 25th anniversary content
A special update is expected later this month, November, for Gran Turismo 7, which celebrates 25 years since the original’s release in Japan.
December 23, 1997, Japan, the first Gran Turismo game is released.
Nearly 25 years later, Polyphony Digital’s series of driving games is still relevant, with its Kazunori Yamauchi design still at the helm.
When the last entry, Gran Turismo 7, launched in March of this year, there was a 25th anniversary edition with a steelbook, a case and some downloadable extras.
Now, though, it looks like all GT7 players will experience some sort of celebratory content, according to Yamauchi-san’s teaser tweet this morning, November 20th.
“25th anniversary update coming this week. #GT7,” read the post.
Details are lacking at the moment, because as always, all that’s public is the copy of the tweet and a blurred image of three car silhouettes.
More complicated than the most recent suggestions, we won’t go into details this time. Underneath, we think it could be another variation of the Nissan Silvia, potentially one of the later S14 AERO models.
The front of the car in the upper left screams a Ford Sierra Cosworth RS500 to us, but the whale tail rear wing appears to be missing, while the vehicle in the upper right has no clear signs.
The most recent update to version 1.25 added the ’80 Maserati Merak SS, the ’22 Mazda Roadster NR-A (ND), the ’18 Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3 and the ’73 Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R (KPGC110) to the available list and landed the Thursday, October 20.
We’ll keep you posted as more information is released about the November update, which takes place in the run-up to the Gran Turismo World Series Grand Finals in Monaco on November 26-27.
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