We are hyped to go racing around Gran Turismo 7 tracks. With just a month to go until GT7 lands, we have finally had confirmation on the launch circuits we can all go racing on.
Let's take a look at the global tour we can all go on from 4 March!
Single player mode stars in GT7
Following on from State Of Play it is clear that Gran Turismo 7 will be all about the single-player experience.
Campaign mode returns, but GT7 offers far more than just campaign mode. With drag racing, drift trials, and the full journey from Sunday Cup to glory it's a throwback experience that we just can't wait for.
Gran Turismo 7 tracks
GT7 will launch with tracks in 34 locations and including more than 90 different layouts.
That's an enormous selection for players to enjoy, especially with more than 400 cars to choose from!
There will also be plenty of additional content after launch for players to race around.
- Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace (Interlagos)
- Autodromo Nazionale di Monza (Monza)
- Brands Hatch
- Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
- Circuit de la Sarthe (Le Mans)
- Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps (Spa)
- Daytona International Speedway
- Fuji International Speedway
- Goodwood Motor Circuit
- Mount Panorama (Bathurst)
- Nurburgring GP
- Nurburgring Nordschleife
- Red Bull Ring
- Suzuka Circuit
- Tsukuba Circuit
- WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca
- Willow Springs
- Alsace Village
- Autodrome Lago Maggiore
- Blue Moon Bay Speedway
- Broad Bean Raceway
- Circuit Sainte-Croix
- Colorado Springs
- Deep Forest Raceway
- Dragon Trail
- Fishermans Ranch
- High Speed Ring
- Kyoto Driving Park
- Northern Isle Speedway
- Sardegna Road/Windmills
- Special Stage Route X
- Tokyo Expressway
- Trial Mountain