Polyphony Digital has released a few updates for Gran Turismo 7 for the month of April, according to tweets and then on the ResetEra pages.
According to what was leaked and reported in the tweet at the bottom, Polyphony's Real Driving Simulator is preparing to receive the 120hz support (although some believe it is rather the unlocked framerate) et al Variable Refresh Rate (VRR): five new cars are expected in the Nurburgring circuit, according to what was previously leaked and reported.
The physics changes will affect aerodynamics, tyres, suspension, force feedback, the anti-lag system, and so on. A fairly significant upgrade from the standpoint of accuracy and depth of the guidance pattern.
The information has been automated translated from Japanese by Polyphony Digital, therefore we recommend that you take the information with extreme caution while waiting for Polyphony Digital to release the next versions of Gran Turismo 7.