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We always like to compete in random combo races against other racers, and that’s what the daily races in Gran Turismo 7 promise.
Seasoned GT players are familiar with the Daily Races format, but it looks like these online races will bring a bit of a change to Gran Turismo 7.
Let’s see what’s to come for daily races in Gran Turismo 7.
Gran Turismo 7 daily races
Daily races will start from Friday, March 4. It happens to be the launch day of Gran Turismo 7.
initially there will be two races, Daily Race A & B. Race C will be added from Monday March 14 following a game update.
At the moment, Gran Turismo 7 lists the current races as daily races:
The Race A regulations only apply to the starting trio of cars. However, if you’ve done the weight reduction upgrade on any of these, you’ll fall under the minimum weight, so be prepared to add some ballast!
Race B is at Deep Forest Raceway and has some limitations. You must be in a road car with 295 BHP or less and a minimum weight of 1200 kg. You cannot have nitrous and you must be on the Sports Hard tires.
Whether these continue until launch or not is unclear. We’ll update this post with the information when we have it!
When do daily runs change?
You’d think the daily runs would change, well, daily. But this is no longer the case in Gran Turismo Sport for a while, where they have become weekly races.
So far, Polyphony has given no indication of when the races will take place, other than to say “Daily races will be updated at irregular intervals.” Which is not the most useful thing in the world!
We’ll keep you up to date with the latest racing news daily. And remember, you’ll need to unlock Sport mode before you can dive into it again.