A new Gran Turismo update is ready to take the racing thrill to new heights. Today, May 24 at 10 pm PST* / March 25 at 6 am BST / 2 pm JST., the famous Gran Turismo 7 racing game receives the 1.34 update, according to the PlayStation Blog.
The new update adds a range of new features to the game, including three new cars that will be up for grabs.
Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT Veloce ’67 joins the game
Gran Turismo 7 Update 1.34 brings exciting additions to the popular racing game. Three new cars have been introduced, and one of them is the iconic Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT Veloce ’67, which is a high-performance coupe from the 1960s. Another notable addition is represented by the Greening Auto Company Maverick, a powerful hot rod with 1,200 BHP packed into a nostalgic body. The Nissan GT-R NISMO (R32) ’90, a homologation model produced for Group A racing, is also among the trio of new cars.
Players now have the chance to perform an Engine Swap in the GT Auto’s Car Maintenance & Service menu. The feature is available at Collector Level 50, and it allows users to purchase and install new engines from various cars. Additionally, a new tuning category known as ‘Ultimate’ has been added to the Tuning Shop, which provides more tuning options and rare parts for advanced players.
The 1.34 update for Grn Turismo 7 also brings two new extra menus in the GT Café: ‘SEMA Gran Turismo Award’ (available at Collector Level 37 and above) and ‘Group A’ (available at Collector Level 33 and above). Players can even explore new Scapes locations, such as the ‘National Stadium’ and ‘The Lake District.’
To enjoy the new additions to Gran Turismo 7, players need an internet connection and an official copy of the game itself. The update enhances the gameplay experience by expanding the vehicle roster, customization options, and available in-game activities.