Gran Turismo 7 Update 1.32 Is Here!! Any Hidden Changes?

By Kireth | Apr 27, 2023

Gran Turismo 7's latest patch, version 1.32, is now live, bringing with it several new cars, events, and a range of improvements. In this article, we'll take a closer look at the patch notes and discuss the key changes introduced.

  1. New Cars

Three new cars have been added to the game, including the XG trade 220, which will be purchasable from the legend cars section between February 27th and March. The other two cars have not been specified in the patch notes.

  1. New Events and Locations

New events have been added to the World Circuits, and North Yorkshire is now available in Scapes. Fans of the game are excited to see these new locations and events, which will undoubtedly provide fresh challenges and opportunities to race.

  1. Super Formula Menu Book

Four Super Formula cars have been introduced to the game, along with two extra menus and new conversations. While this addition might not be groundbreaking, it provides further depth to the game.

  1. Multiplayer Auto Starter Function

An auto starter function has been added to the Racing Lobby, although it's not entirely clear what this feature entails. It may be related to automatically starting races in multiplayer lobbies.

  1. Physics Update

There is mention of a physics update in the patch notes, which could potentially be controversial depending on how it affects gameplay. More information is needed to determine the full impact of this change.

  1. Fixes and Improvements

A range of fixes and improvements have been implemented, including the engine sound of the Audi RS Turbo DTM, the addition of more wheels for the Executive Lounge, and various other issues. Some changes have also been made to Fuji, likely in preparation for an official event.

  1. Additional Settings and Rankings

More settings have been added for under equipment and qualifying, as well as changes to the Sports Entry Screen Rankings. While this update might not bring any significant changes, it does make navigating the menus more efficient.

The Gran Turismo 7 Patch 1.32 is a modest update, bringing new cars, events, and some improvements to the game. While it might not be a game-changing update, it is free and adds some new content for players to enjoy. For PSVR2 users, it's worth noting that the device has received a buff, so be sure to check out our PSVR2 video for more information. Let us know your thoughts on the new update in the comments, and we'll see you in the next article.