Gran Turismo 7 Update 1.23 PlayStation
Gran Turismo 7’s latest update is available for download on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. Update 1.23 introduces three new purchasable cars, new world circuits, and a new set of bug fixes.
In this update, the developer added three amazing new cars. The first car is the Nissan Silvia K’s Type S (S14) ’94, which is purchasable at Legends Car. The second car is the Porsche Vision Gran Turismo Spyder, which is a great single-seater sports car. Finally, the Volkswagen ID.R ’19, which is a fully electric prototype vehicle.
New World Circuits
The developers added 10 new world circuits, which are a great place for trying out the new vehicles. Head to the circuits to push your vehicles to the limits.
Gran Turismo 7 Update 1.23
- Improved network connectivity.
- Fixed an issue wherein the car would not move again if stopped using the handbrake in the pitlane during a Practice on the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya Rallycross Layout.
- Fixed an issue wherein the “My Record” time displayed during a race would be incorrect in an Online Time Trial.
- The cursor will move to “Exit” when pressing the cancel button in the Quick Menu. When selecting “Exit” the dialogue “Do you want to quit?” will now be displayed.
- Fixed an issue wherein the refueling indicator would be incorrect in races with fuel consumption enabled.
- Fixed an issue wherein the ghost car would be positioned in a different starting position to the player if ‘Display Demonstration Ghost’ was turned on in License “S-8” and “S-10.”
- Changed the calculation of the Performance Points (PP) in “Car Settings” so that measurements are taken with stock Differential Gear (LSD) and Suspension settings.
- Fixed an issue wherein changing the settings of the current car in “Garage” would cause that car to be listed at the top even when the sorting order was set as “By Date Acquired.”
- Fixed an issue wherein the sorting order was incorrect when “Last Used” was selected from the “Change Car” menu.
- Added support for the Logitech G PRO Racing Wheel.
- Added a button configuration menu for the Fanatec Podium in “Options” > “Controllers.”
- Added the ability to connect to a different shifter from the one currently being used for Fanatec steering controllers.
- Added rotary encoder support for Fanatec steering controllers. (Models which feature rotary encoders such as the Clubsport Steering Wheel Formula V2 can be used).
- Various other issues have been addressed.
You can read more about the update here.