After taking care to add lots of new cars with the latest GT Sport updates on PS4, the guys at Polyphony Digital intend to expand the range of environments with a new circuit that will debut on May 30th with a free update.
This is confirmed by the boss of the Japanese studios, Kazunori Yamauchi , through the usual Twitter message with teaser image that the most attentive members of the community of the most important car simulator in the PlayStation 4 game library, as has often happened in these cases, seem to be able to decode within a few hours.
Thanks also to the leaks deriving from a glitch that emerged with the March update, Gran Turismo Sport users say they are certain of having recognized in the cryptic black and white teaser image of Yamauchi a portion of the St. Mary curve of the historic English racetrack of Goodwood Motor Circuit.
Waiting to know in detail all the news that will accompany the update of May 30 of GT Sport, and to understand if inside it will also find space of new ways or a new series of cars with which to enrich its virtual garage, there we leave this in-depth article with all the rumors of Gran Turismo 7, the new chapter in the racing series of Polyphony Digital that will debut on PS5 during the first years of the life cycle of Sony’s next-gen console .
— 山内 一典 (@Kaz_Yamauchi) May 27, 2019