Just a few days ago, the various pre-order bonuses and a special edition for the 25th anniversary of the Gran Turismo series for the upcoming seventh offshoot of the car racing simulation were presented on the PlayStation Blog. The game is scheduled for March 4th for PlayStation 4 and 5, so you still have enough time to take a close look at the extras for pre-ordering.

Until then, you can also take a look at some high-quality screenshots that you can now use for Gran Turismo 7 (buy now € 99.99) published. They not only show themselves from their best side in 4K, but also present the various pre-order bonuses in detail and present in concrete terms what you will get in the finished game with an early purchase.

Triple speed

Sony and Polyphony Digital will give you three stylish carts if you decide to buy Gran Turismo 7 before March 4th. These are the Toyota Castrol TOM’S Supra, the Mazda RX-VISION GT3 Concept (Stealth) and the Porsche 917K Living Legend.

The three pre-order trolleys look great even when they are standing.

The three pre-order trolleys look great even when they are standing.

Quelle: Sony / Polyphony Digital

As can already be seen in the picture embedded here, the three cars look extremely chic even when they are at a standstill. The 4K recordings that GTPlanet received from Sony. You can find a complete overview of the pictures there. In addition to the three cars for early buyers, the pictures also show some routes at different times of the day and weather conditions.

Until you can then hit the digital streets with the three or the other numerous vehicles from Gran Turismo 7 on March 4, 2022, you can in the meantime get all the information you need about the game. For example via the weather system or the implementation of ray tracing. Or why, as a Gran Turismo fan, it is not a problem not to own a PlayStation 5 yet, because the two versions should be of the same quality.

Those: PlayStation Blog / GTPlanet

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