Hit the gas, but hit the brakes harder
Gran Turismo 7 The upcoming PlayStation exclusive racing simulator from developer Polyphony Digital. Earlier this week, it was announced that Brembo, an Italian brake manufacturer, would be the game’s official braking system partner. Players will upgrade to Brembo brakes from the Sport range in the game’s tuning shop.
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As well as cars with Brembo brake discs, the race track will feature Brembo branding to remind players of the partnership.
“We are particularly proud to offer the exclusivity of the Brembo braking system great tourism series,” says Daniele Shilasi, CEO of Brembo. “From the asphalt of the track, the performance and design of our systems now become part of the virtual world Gran Turismo 7. Our ambition is to make the gaming experience as good as the driving experience actually is.”
Player customization is an integral aspect of any racing game, especially street racing ones. need to accelerate Chain. That’s the spirit great tourism Kazunori Yamauchi, director and CEO of Polyphony Digital, is familiar.
“Before we release our first great tourismBrembo was a hero brand for me,” he said. “As a street racer at the time, I often struggled with the fading of the brakes. This was because most production cars of the time, with the exception of a select few, were not equipped with brakes that matched the power and weight of the car. I always found Brembo to be reliable on the circuit, and as a result, always had an affinity with the brand.
before the prestigious great tourism Series, Yamauchi Evolved Motor Toon Grand PrixSony Interactive Entertainment’s first major in-house project for PlayStation.
in other great tourism news, all regional variations of the latest game, set to launch on the start line on March 4, 2022, will cost the same amount. The game will also require a constant internet connection to be playable, even if you only want to play the single-player campaign.