PlayStation officially revealed that Gran Turismo 7 will be getting a Museum Mode that will allow players to dive into the history of manufacturers.
In a new State of Play presentation, PlayStation officially revealed Grand Turismo 7‘s Museum Mode, allowing players to view and learn the history of each automotive manufacturer/brand before making a purchase in the dealership. Showcased to have a new international dealership in the form of a luxurious shopping mall, Gran Turismo 7 will allow players to purchase more than 300 post-2001 vehicles from 50 different worldwide brands. This means Grand Turismo 7 will have more cars than GT Sport on day one, with expected future updates potentially increasing the vehicle count to 500 or 600, making it the biggest roster Gran Turismo fans have seen to date.
Announced as the eighth mainline installment in the long-running racing franchise, Gran Turismo 7 will have a strong emphasis on realism and immersion with many new features and next-generation console-specific extras. This includes 60 frames per second performance, a visually stunning ray tracing mode to produce incredible lighting effects and reflections, and a dynamic weather system that will change the overall experience of how players race. Most importantly, Gran Turismo 7 will utilize the PS5‘s Dualsense controller to create the most realistic driving experience of all time. The controller’s haptics will feel different depending on the surface the car is driving on, will be impacted by the engine and drivetrain vibrations, along with simulating each car’s unique brake system, as well as the general resonance of the car’s body.
Shown during the State of Play, PlayStation revealed Grand Turismo 7‘s brand-new Museum Mode. Players looking through the title’s shopping mall dealership will be able to dive into the history of the many car manufacturers that the game includes and learn more about each brand’s origins before making a purchase. Each manufacturer’s museum will include a timeline with real historical images and texts to guide players through each brand’s antiquity. As an example during the presentation, PlayStation showcased the history of Porsche, with the birth of its creator Ferdinand Porsche and their establishment of pushing their own design frame.
Since its inception in the late 90s, the Gran Turismo series has released quality experiences for each console generation and is generally considered to be a major selling point for PlayStation consoles. Introduced in 1997 as one of the very first 3D racing games with physics no one had seen before, Gran Turismo went on to be the highest-rated and influential racing video game series of all time.
Gran Turismo 7‘s new Museum Mode is perfect for long-time fans of car history and could open up more players to become car enthusiasts. While a handful of new features were announced during the presentation, the long-anticipated racing title’s release is around the corner so players don’t have to wait much longer.
Gran Turismo 7 officially launches on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 on March 4, 2022.
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