Polyphony Digital Studio has officially unveiled the May update for the Gran Turismo 7 racing simulator, available on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4.
Update number 1. 34 will be released tomorrow, May 25, and will add three previously disclosed cars to the game — the classic coupe of the 1960s Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT Veloce '67, 1000-a strong "monster" Greening Auto Company Maverick and a sports car Nissan GT-R NISMO (R32) '90.
In addition, with the release of a fresh patch, the GT7 will receive new customization options for cars, including the "Engine Replacement" service in the auto repair shop, which will allow engines from other models to be installed on some cars, as well as the "Excellent" category in the spare parts store, which includes additional tuning options and rare spare parts.
Both features will be available to players with collection level 50 and above. Other innovations updates:Two additional menus in the "Cafe" section
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