There’ll be three new cars added as part of the update. Based on our own observations – and from what we’ve read online – the trio will be: the Subaru BRZ GT300, the Subaru BRZ 2021, and the Suzuki Cappuccino. It’s unclear whether this update will come with any further gameplay improvements, content, or changes – but given the title only just launched, we’re not expecting too much just yet.
Polyphony Digital has done an excellent job updating GT Sport with fresh content for several years, and it appears that it will do so again with Gran Turismo 7. After the controversial in-game financial issues with the outstanding racer were resolved, series creator Kazunori Yamauchi took to Twitter with his trademark “silhouette” teaser. He beams, “[The] upgrade is coming next week.”
As GT Sport matured, its updates got larger and more ambitious, so we’re anticipating a similar roadmap here. The cool thing is that Polyphony Digital tends to provide free post-release support for its titles, so while you’ll obviously need to have enough Credits available to snag these new vehicles, they won’t cost you a cent unless you decide to top up your in-game wallet.