From the pages of the PlayStation Blog, the Polyphony Digital team illustrates the news coming with the Update 1.25 of Gran Turismo 7, an update that will bring several improvements, additions and optimizations to the gaming experience offered by the Real Driving Simulator on PS4 and PlayStation 5.
The new patch packaged by the Japanese software house directed by Kazunori Yamauchi will expand the GT7 virtual garage to make room for 4 new racing cars to be used in all singleplayer and multiplayer modes of the title (except for limited races such as single-make events).
Update 1.25 will bring the Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 of ’18, the Maserati Peacock SS of 80, the Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R (KPGC110) of ’73 and the Mazda Roadster NR-A (ND) of 2022. In addition to these new racing cars there will then be the inevitable optimization interventions that accompany each GT7 update, with performance improvements and the closure of bugs and glitches reported by enthusiasts.
The rollout of Update 1.25 is scheduled for 08:00 Italian tomorrow, Thursday 20 October. Along with the four cars and optimizations promised by Polyphony Digital will also be there two new scenarios for Photo Modenamely “Autumn Leaves” in the Nishiazuma Sky Valley in Fukushima (Japan) and “Whitby” in Yorkshire in the United Kingdom.