Gran Turismo 7 adds 120fps support for PS5

Update 1.31 brings five cars and two new tracks to the popular PlayStation-exclusive racing simulator as well as 120FPS support for the PS5.

Last month, Gran Turismo 7 received a massive update that added PS VR2 support for the racing game. Now, this month’s update unlocks the power of the PS5 hardware, enabling GT7 to run at a whopping 120 frames per second.

Audi RS 5 Turbo DTM '19 is coming to GT7.

Update 1.31 for Gran Turismo 7 arrived today for the PlayStation 4 and 5. The biggest change coming with the patch is the support for 120fps gaming on the PS5. The increased frame rates should allow racers on the platform to experience an overall increase in the responsiveness of cars when racing.

The update also adds five new cars to the GT7: Audi RS 5 Turbo DTM '19; Porsche 959 '87; Porsche Carrera GTS (904) '64; Toyota Alphard Executive Lounge '18; and Mazda Mazda3 X Burgundy Selection '19.

There are also two new layouts for the famous Nurburgring race track. The Endurance layout combines the Nordschleife and Grand Prix tracks. The Sprint layout is a shorter version of the Grand Prix course and is designed for slower road cars.

Five cars are coming to GT7 in the latest update.

The new update adds the Audi RS 5 Turbo DTM '19, which had two victories in the short-lived Class 1 series. The car should be a fan favorite in the GR.2 class races in GT7.

The Porsche 959 '87 and Porsche Carrera GTS (904) '64 are also added in this new update. The 959 was built to compete in the Group B category of the World Rally Championship and has won the Paris-Dakar Rally. The Porsche Carrera GTS (904) ’64 is a masterpiece known for its low and beautiful styling. The race car was made for the GT Class competition in the Sports Car World Championships.

GT7 also adds two road cars in the Mazda Mazda3 X Burgundy Selection '19 and Toyota Alphard Executive Lounge '18. The Alphard features the executive lounge trim and will be the first minivan added to the game. The Mazda Mazda3 X Burgundy Selection ’19 is a limited-edition hybrid vehicle with a wine-colored interior.

Update 1.31 also sees changes to the game’s physics including tires, suspension, aerodynamics, and driving assists. The key change is to how drag and downforce are affected by the car’s ride height. The change improves stability in road cars but will change the Performance Points calculations of the vehicles.

There will changes to the game's physics.

The Toyota Family Car collection and Ford GT collection as Extra Menu Book entries. Gamers can earn a four-star and six-star Roulette Ticket for completing the car collections.

The new patch also adds the Cherry Blossoms to Scapes. The update adds 28 new locations featuring Japan’s famous Sakura trees.

Gran Turismo 7 update 1.31 is now available for download for the PS4 and PS5.

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