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Impressive Gran Turismo 7 Gameplay Video Showcases Deep Forest Raceway

Over the weekend, Polyphony Digital and Sony Interactive Entertainment treated fans to an incredible new Gran Turismo 7 gameplay video, showcasing a lap on the Deep Forest Raceway.

Seeing is believing, so watch the footage below and feast your eyes.

Polyphony Digital has confirmed that Gran Turismo 7 will feature over 400 “fascinating cars throughout the past, present, and future of automotive history.” Chief Executive Officer, Kazunori Yamauchi has promised “cutting-edge PlayStation 5 quality models.”

Following pandemic-related delays, Gran Turismo 7 will release for the PS4 and PS5 on March 4, 2022. Polyphony Digital previously said that the game will require a persistent internet connection to prevent save data modification.

“The requirement for the online connection isn’t specific to the Cafe per se – it’s just to prevent cheating overall from people trying to modify the save data, so that’s the reason for the online connection,” creator Kazunori Yamauchi told Eurogamer during a recent interview. “The online connection is required for the campaign mode. The only part of the game that doesn’t require an online connection is the arcade mode because that has no effect on the save data, so that’s possible. But anything that has to do with the save data requires a connection. For example things like the livery data as well – that’s something that is downloaded from the online server.”

For more on Gran Turismo 7‘s release information and preorder bonuses, check out our previous coverage.