Gran Turismo 7, Sony's crown jewel of automotive simulation, continues to evolve with its latest update, version 1.40, rolling out on November 1st. This long-awaited update not only brings new cars and tracks, including a snowy track for challenge lovers, but above all, it introduces a revolutionary local multiplayer mode. Until now, Gran Turismo 7 has won over fans of single-player racing, but with the addition of the ability to connect up to four displays locally, the game aims to redefine the multiplayer experience for casual and avid gamers .
The deployment of this split screen in four constitutes a return to the roots of local multiplayer, a rare feature these days. The Polyphony Digital team, responsible for the development of Gran Turismo 7, thus meets the expectations of nostalgic players who appreciate face-to-face challenges. This feature offers a new dynamic to game nights with friends, allowing for intense competitions on the most iconic circuits. The launch of Gran Turismo 7 had some turbulence, but with this major update, the game looks to strengthen its position as a benchmark in the world of automotive simulation. It will be interesting to see how this new feature influences the gaming community and if other racing titles will follow suit by integrating similar features: Forza Motorsport under pressure!