Gran Turismo 7’s vehicle customization is undergoing an overhaul

Sony’s Gran Turismo 7 State of Play demonstrates the focus and depth that players can expect from tuning and customizing cars.

Custom Gran Turismo 7

Sony held its first State of Play event of the year focusing on one of its major exclusive titles that is about to be released. Gran Turismo 7 is set to be an ambitious return to the franchise roots of “The Real Driving Simulator”. Welcoming majestic landscapes, immersive audio and visuals, and stunning driving physics, Polyphony Digital also takes the time to showcase the impressive depth offered to its customization options in Play status for 30 minutes.

While driving is the biggest focus of Gran Turismo 7, Polyphony wants to make sure players look good while doing it. One point of contention in the last entry, GT Sport, is that the customization options feel a bit overwhelming. Gran Turismo 7 is going in the opposite direction and giving players loads of choices across different categories.


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The large number of modifications available in the game can make any car the perfect dream car of the player in the game. Gran Turismo 7. The video scrolls through some of the area options quickly, but just focusing on what’s available for the tall spoiler options and the spoiler end plate shape is a worthy level of detail and study. attention. Certain cars will also have a wide body option, after which those wide body modifications will have their own unique style. Players will even be able to add reel cages to their cars for an authentic racing series feel.

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Translator for Gran Turismo 7 Director Kazunori Yamauchi offers a wealth of stunning customizable appearance options: 650 aerodynamic parts, 130 rim styles, 1200 paint colors are endless possibilities. Think critically about applying these options, it’s unlikely that all 400 cars in Gran Turismo 7 will be confident to be fitted to any and all wheel types. However, the color options may be. Look at the color options as they quickly scroll through the multitude of shades of red, blue and green, there are manufacturers that stick with a particular shade. Polyphony Digital has gone through a lot of impressive manufacturing to come up with specific iconic colors for the brands such as Aston Martin’s signature blue and Ferrari’s iconic red.

Optional 7-wheel Gran Turismo

Regarding the vast paint job options, Gran Turismo 7 expand the possibilities of custom liveries. In the past, Gran Turismo The game has limits on where sticker designs can go on cars and how many stickers can be applied to cars. The example shown applies the design on the face of the Ford F-150, including the windows. Windows in particular is a matter of customization in racing games in general and Gran Turismo 7 Stick multiple decals on the rearview mirror, then add a logo decal, just to make a point.

Impression custom depth in Gran Turismo 7 ensuring that players take the time to customize their car to their liking will ensure that no other car can ever be like the one they designed. Similarly, the freedom allowed can also lead to some beautiful recreations of touring cars and GT cars past and present.

Gran Turismo 7 Releases March 4th on PS4 and PS5.

THAN: PlayStation models may be hinted at at the second State of Play event later this month

The source: PlayStation

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