The time is almost here, Gran Turismo 7 will launch in just over two months' time!
Gran Turismo 7 is one of the most-anticipated racing games in years, and we can't wait to try it out next year. The Real Driving Simulator will be making its debut on the PlayStation 5 in March 2022, but how many circuits will you be able to race around?
Fans of GT will be pleased to know that there will be a lot, and possibly more than we've seen in any GT game before. So, let's see what we can expect from GT7!
All GT Sport content will be in GT7
There was a shroud of mystery surrounding GT7's content after its official reveal in the Summer of 2020. Following that though, we've been fed small amounts of information regarding what we can expect. However, that all changed when the CEO of Polyphony confirmed that all of the content available in GT Sport would be available in GT7.
That means that all 84 circuits in GT Sport will be available in GT7 upon the game's release. This 84 includes variations in tracks, it isn't 84 independent circuits. For example, Le Mans and Le Mans without chicanes count as two separate circuits.
There are also some additional circuits such as Trial Mountain that have been confirmed.
Most circuits in GT ever?
At the time of writing, there have been a total of 90 circuits confirmed for GT7. This takes it close to the record of 100, which GT6 has. Whether Polyphony will overtake their own record isn't clear, but it's certainly possible. When you consider how many circuits were added to GT Sport post-launch via updates, it becomes a probability.
When you also consider that it's possible GT7 will be the only GT released on the PlayStation 5, the game's lifespan will be many years. So, with all that in mind, GT7 will probably break the record for most circuits in a GT game. Even if it doesn't do so from launch, it will break the record somewhere down the line.
Full circuit list
For a more detailed look at the full list of circuits, check out our track list article.