Sony has teased plans to reveal a “breakthrough project in AI” later this week.
It also released the following teaser video ahead of the project’s official announcement on Wednesday.
The racing game will now be released for PS5 and PS4 on March 4, 2022.
Polyphony Digital CEO Kazunori Yamauchi claimed last September: “GT7 is both the culmination of the series which answers the expectations of GT fans throughout the years, and at the same time it is a title that marks a beginning of a difficult mission to contain the full breadth of car culture from the past into a single video game.”
The publisher has also detailed Gran Turismo 7 pre-order items and the game’s 25th Anniversary Edition, which costs $90 / £90 and includes a Toyota GR Yaris with a country specific livery.
Gran Turismo 7’s campaign mode, livery editor, Scapes photo mode, GT Café and GT Auto will all require players to be connected to the PlayStation Network.