Gran Turismo 7 is a game with an exquisite and addictive experience thanks to the support of DualSense and Tempest 3D Audio Tech. Following Gran Turismo Sport's disappointment, Polyphony regained his throne.
Gran Turismo 7 brings to the tracks every single thing fans always wanted: the GT Mode everyone loves, plenty of customization options, car loads, classic scenarios and one of the best DualSense and 3D Audio experiences the PS5 has to offer. This is the best Gran Turismo experience we have ever seen in a long time.
The fact this has a 2.7 usher score is absolutely embarrassing to gamers. This game is amazing on a flat screen with a controller. When you add a decent steering wheel and vr. It’s one of the most mind blowing gaming experiences I’ve ever had. The amount of detail in each car is beyond impressive. This is one of the greatest gaming accomplishments to date. If you can afford it. Get a decent steering wheel and pedals, psvr 2 and prepare to be mind blown. Simply amazing.
Gran Turismo 7 is the game that longtime fans of the series have been requesting for years. Although what's here isn't drastically different in format when compared to some of the earlier installments, the overall experience that Gran Turismo 7 provides is incredibly comprehensive and feels like a love letter to both car culture and the 25-year history of the Gran Turismo franchise.
Gran Turismo 7 is an excellent racing simulator for those looking for a more realistic experience or to learn more about cars. There’s a ton of things to do, cars to collect, and tracks to master with the game’s great driving model. While you can feel the sheer passion the developers have for the subject, it does come with some flaws like very slow and tedious progression gates and persistent microtransaction prompts.
Time will tell how fans will react to Gran Turismo 7's microtransactions, but putting them aside, what's there is still a deep racing game experience that will keep fans of the genre busy for hours on end. It's a gorgeous racing game and while it's not going to be knocking down any boundaries to convert non-racing game fans, Gran Turismo 7 should greatly appeal to its target audience.
If you can suffer through the clunky menus, endless dull dialogue and 100 visits to the cafe, then there’s an excellent racing game somewhere hidden in Gran Turismo 7. It’s baffling that the game does its best to impede you from getting to the track, but when you actually get there, there’s a lot of fun to be had.
I am not sure why this game gets so many unfavorable ratings by users, I love this game. Sureit can micro transaction you to death, but if you take the time to play the worlds to get cars, tracks, etc., you are getting massive points. I strated with 1.5 million andstill have 1.5 million + and this after purchasing my favorite cars and addingsome upgrades. I think the detail of this game is phenominal. Once I learned how that I needed to turn off cut screens and opening movie, the game starts quicker. I have never owned a GT game, so maybe I don't know the complaints others have had from past games,but I spent hours and drove I don't know how many miles, probably enough to circle the world twice with Drive Club, and I like this game much more than Drive Club... It's a solid title, with solid graphics and a deep amount of cars... They put a strong focus on hatchbacks early, which I hate hatchbacks, but it is what it is, it's part of the process of getting deeper within the game... But the cool thing is, they have my car, and I was able to make it look just like my daily driver...
The game graphics and gameplay are good but repetitive main story does not cover the best parts that are locked behind grinding
And the worst part there are micro transactions that ruins everything
But you can have some fun playing it if you are ok with grinding
SummaryFrom classic vehicles and tracks to the reintroduction of the legendary GT Simulation Mode – GT 7 brings together the best features from past installments of the series alongside the future. An even more realistic driving experience awaits thanks to haptic feedback, which brings to life what it’s like when the tires hit the road. PS5’s i...