Wet weather conditions dashing and dynamic, inconsistent circumstances have gotten back in the saddle in Gran Turismo 7, however not all circuits in the game help downpour. Here is a convenient overview so you realize which tracks endlessly don’t uphold blustery days.
Why is downpour not accessible for all GT7 tracks?
Polyphony Digital are exceptionally specific about how and when they carry out highlights, and for GT7 they’ve chosen to just execute downpour on circuits where it would be reasonable. Part of the justification for that could be that they’re attempting to practically reproduce how downpour falls on these circuits, where it puddles on the tracks, how it clears from the hustling line over the long haul, as on.
It’s a disgrace that we can’t be somewhat foolish and have a blustery day race at Willow Springs or Mount Panorama, however there you go.
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Which circuits highlight downpour in GT7?
We’ve not exactly opened every one of the tracks in Gran Turismo 7 at this time, yet here’s the tracks that we know and can affirm have support for wet climate racing:
- Circuit de la Sarthe
- Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
- Dragon Trail Gardens
- Red Bull Ring
- Fuji Speedway
- High Speed Ring
- Tokyo Expressway
- Tsukuba Circuit
This rundown will be refreshed as we find more circuits that without a doubt, 100 percent support wet weather conditions dashing. I’m however stunned as you are that Interlagos may be not on this rundown, but rather Polyphony clearly don’t think it rains much down in Brazil!
The downpour isn’t the main particular component in Gran Turismo 7. There’s likewise a ton of variety among tracks that support day time transitions and a full 24 hour races, and just a few circuits have Meeting Place halls. Then, at that point, there’s the entire beam following choice on PlayStation 5, which we jump into in our performance comparison.
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