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Posted: Jan 14, 2022 @ 10:59 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 02:48 pm GMT-0600
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I haven’t ever posted news from the GT series since re-launching the site in 2019, but based on the latest trailer below decided I probably should. By definition this probably is in simulation territory. As I’ve said before, a bad sim is still a sim… And if this is a good sim, on a console, why not?

The official gameplay trailer below features the Daytona roadcourse layout from both the cockpit and trackside. I noticed both angles were from the same lap, so have combined them in my version you can also see below.

My opinion on the trailer is mixed. You can probably get a realistic experience out of GT7 and I love seeing real-world race tracks and whole fields of cars in a title like this… However, what’s with the understeer? Hopefully it’s just an ‘easy’ default setup.

Official trailer:

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My edit combining the angles:

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