Update 1.44 for Gran Turismo 7 Introduces New Cars, World Circuit Events, and Additional Features

New Cars and Limited-Time Stickers Update for Gran Turismo 7: What’s New in Patch 1.44

Sony has announced a significant update for Gran Turismo 7, introducing iconic Toyota GT-One (TS020) ’99 back into the game alongside new limited-time stickers. The update, patch 1.44, includes three new cars, an additional Café Menu, and more.

The three new cars added in this update are the Toyota GT-One (TS020) ’99, Audi R8 Coupé V10 plus ’16 and Lamborghini Urus ’18. The Jaguar menu has been moved to the Extra Menus section (Extra Menu No. 37), specifically for players at Collector Level 41 and above. The update also features new World Circuit Events including European Clubman Cup 600 at Blue Moon Bay Speedway – Infield A Reverse, Schwarzwald League at High Speed Ring Reverse and World Touring Car 900 at the 24 Heures du Mans race track.

Highspeed Étoile’ stickers from the official TV animation series are now available for a limited time in the GT Auto / Livery Editor. There are 26 stickers in total, featuring title logos and main character designs from the show which is set to premiere in Japan in April 2024. Limited-time availability details will be provided at a later date. Additionally, Fukushima has been included as a featured Curation in Scapes.

Gran Turismo 7 was launched in March 2022 for PlayStation 4 and 5 and received a positive review from IGN with a score of 9/10. The game blends elements from the original Gran Turismo and Gran Turismo Sport while making some minor missteps. Series development chief Kazunori Yamauchi has praised the game’s active player base since its release

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