Sony has released a new gameplay for Gran Turismo 7 that shows the return of the Deep Forest Race Track.
The track has been featured in every entry in the series to date, except for the 2017 Gran Turismo Sport. The new PS5 gameplay video includes a lap of Deep Forest Raceway from a cockpit view.
Over the weekend, Polyphony Digital also unveiled the Gran Turismo 7 Porsche Vision, which is billed as the first Porsche car developed exclusively for the digital world. Last month, racing peripheral maker Fanatec revealed its official Gran Turismo 7 wheel, which costs more than the PS5 console and the game combined.
The latest Gran Turismo 7 videos follow a series of developer diaries published by Sony in which Polyphony CEO Kazunori Yamauchi discusses various aspects of the upcoming game.
Behind-the-scenes videos include a look at the cars, tracks, customization, skin editor, and more from Gran Turismo 7.
Sony recently detailed pre-order items for Gran Turismo 7 and the game’s 25th Anniversary Edition, which costs $ 90 / £ 90. Customers who pre-order the PS4 and PS5 game at participating retailers prior to its March 4, 2022 release date will receive a selection of in-game bonus items.
The 25th Anniversary Edition features a Toyota GR Yaris with country-specific livery. Gran Turismo 7’s Campaign Mode, Skin Editor, Scapes Photo Mode, GT Café, and GT Auto will require players to be connected to the PlayStation Network.