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Gran Turismo 7 Update 1.44 Brings New Cars, Here Are The Patch Notes

Polyphony Digital is bringing 3 brand new cars to Gran Turismo 7 in update 1.44 this week, and here are the patch notes.

According to the Gran Turismo series creator Kazunori Yamauchi, update 1.44 for Gran Turismo 7 is planned to arrive this week, and it will add 3 new cars to the game. He has teased the update with the usual image that reveals silhouettes of the cars, encouraging dedicated fans to guess their make and model. Thus, fans have put together a list of cars that we believe are the ones that will be added to the game next week.

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Gran Turismo 7 Update 1.44 Patch Notes

Check back here to find the full patch notes for update 1.44 of Gran Turismo 7 as they become available. For now, we’ve put together a tentative list, with the cars that have been speculated to be the three news one being added in this update.

Update: the full patch notes for update 1.44 of Gran Turismo 7 can now be seen below.

Main Features

1. Cars
– Three new cars join the lineup:
・Audi R8 Coupé V10 plus ’16
・Lamborghini Urus ’18
・Toyota GT-One (TS020) ’99 (Sold at the ‘Legend Cars’ dealership)

2. World Circuits
– The following events have been added to World Circuits:
・European Clubman Cup 600
– Blue Moon Bay Speedway – Infield A Reverse
・Schwarzwald League
– High Speed Ring Reverse
・World Touring Car 900
– 24 Heures du Mans Racing Circuit

3. Café
– A new Extra Menu:
・Extra Menu No.37: Collection: Jaguar (Collector Level 41 and above).

– This includes new sets of conversations with the Car Designers and Characters appearing in the Café, which can be accessed by changing to the following cars in the Garage and speaking with the people in the Café:

– Kunihisa Ito
・Jaguar XJR-9 ’88

– Chris
・Plymouth Superbird ’70

– Jeremy
・Toyota GT-One (TS020) ’99

– Stella
・Audi R8 Coupé V10 plus ’16
・Mercedes-AMG GT S ’15
・Lamborghini Urus ’18

4. GT Auto
– Car Maintenance & Service
Engine Swaps are now available for the following cars (unlocked at Collector Level 50):
・Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution III GSR ’95
・Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IV GSR ’96
・Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution V GSR ’98
・Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI GSR T.M. EDITION Special Color Package ’99
・Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX MR GSR ’06

– Car Customization
The following limited edition decal is added to the Preset Decals in the Livery Editor. (The availability period will be announced at a later date.)

5. Scapes
– “Fukushima” is now a featured Curation in Scapes.

Other Improvements and Adjustments

1. World Circuits
 - The following two cars have been added to the race regulations of the Nissan GT-R Cup:
・Nissan Skyline Hard Top 2000GT-R (KPGC10) ’70
・Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R (KPGC110) ’73

– The Professionally Tuned category is now part of the race regulations for the following event:
・Japanese Clubman Cup 550

– Adjusted prize credits for the following race:
・European Clubman Cup 600 (Nürburgring Nordschleife)

2. Multiplayer
 - We addressed an issue in Split-Screen Race in which the race would end one minute after the first player crosses the finish line.

3. Showcase
– Keyword search added to content search.
– We implemented an “Add to Favorites” button to the Decal details screen.
– Comments on details page are now shown from most recent.

4. GT Auto
– We implemented an Open Details function to Load Style, Driving Gear, and the Livery Editor.
– We added a “Select” and “Add to Favorites” buttons to the Details screen in Livery Editor > Decals.
– Preset Decals now display decal names.

5. Localization
– We also addressed various text localization issues.

6. Others
– Various other issues have been addressed.

GT7 was developed by Polyphony Digital and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment. The game is the eighth chapter in the mainline Gran Turismo series. It was revealed during the PlayStation 5 reveal event on June 11, 2020, and was released on March 4, 2022 for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, making it the series’ first multi-console entry.

The game uses the PlayStation 5’s improved processing capabilities, dedicated ray-tracing hardware, custom solid-state drive storage, Tempest Engine, and DualSense controller to support features like advanced haptic feedback, adaptive triggers, real-time ray tracing features during replays, 3D spatial audio, and faster loading times. Gran Turismo 7 on PlayStation 5 also has 4K resolution and 60 frames per second, as well as compatibility for high dynamic range.

One of the previous major updates added PSVR2 support to the game. It can be played in VR mode using both DualSense controller.

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