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Gran Turismo 7 Cheats & Cheat Codes for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4

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Gran Turismo 7 Cheats & Cheat Codes for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4

Gran Turismo 7 is the latest installment in the Gran Turismo series, and the new Gran Turismo movie sees the long-running franchise achieving some of its greatest popularity to date. Released on March 4, 2022, Gran Turismo 7 focuses on an immersive driving experience. Though the title is available on both the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, the PS5 version of Gran Turismo 7 features significant visual upgrades, including the availability of ray-tracing and 4K HDR support, making an already great-looking game appear even more impressive.

Even though Gran Turismo 7 doesn’t officially support cheat codes, players can still discover various tips, tricks, and strategies to enhance their racing skills and gain a competitive edge on the virtual tracks.

Gran Turismo 7 Premise

Gran Turismo 7 gameplay

©Gran Turismo 7 gameplay screenshot – Original

Similar to just about every other mainline entry in the series, Gran Turismo 7 puts players into the shoes of an aspiring racer and auto enthusiast. After humbly beginning to tour the Gran Turismo circuit in modest beginner vehicles and earning progressively more challenging licenses to participate in professional races, players start to amass an impressive garage full of legendary automobiles befitting an up-and-coming championship driver.

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The single-player campaign that players participate in via Gran Turismo 7‘s World Map is just half the fun, though, as there are plenty of other extracurriculars to get lost in for hardcore racing enthusiasts. Aside from the expected online and local multiplayer modes, there’s an extensive photo and video capture suite complete with an in-game social system for following and viewing real-world players’ replays. Further, players can stage their favorite vehicles in photos and display them in a virtual showroom.

Gran Turismo 7 Main Characters

Gran Turismo 7 doesn’t have characters or even real-life racers you can play as. Instead, it’s about the tracks and cars. Players can collect over 400 vehicles from more than 30 auto manufacturers and across over half a century of design. Additionally, there are 34 locations or tracks in total. To add even more variety, there are a total of 97 layouts or extra versions of each track. Here is a list of some of the playable tracks:

  1. Blue Moon Bay Speedway
  2. Trial Mountain Circuit
  3. Willow Springs International Raceway
  4. Weathertech Raceway Laguna Seca
  5. Northern Isle Speedway
  6. Daytona International Speedway
  7. Goodwood
  8. Brands Hatch
  9. Nurburgring
  10. Alsace
  11. Autrodomo Lago Maggiore
  12. Sardegna (Road Track)
  13. Autrodomo Nazionale Monza
  14. Red Bull Ring
  15. Dragon Trail
  16. Deep Forest Raceway
  17. Autopolis
  18. Kyoto Driving Park
  19. Suzuka Circuit
  20. Broad Bean Raceway
  21. High-Speed Ring
  22. Fuji International Speedway
  23. Tokyo Expressway
  24. Mount Panorama
  25. Tsukuba Circuit

Games in the Gran Turismo Series

Since 1997, Sony Interactive Entertainment and Polyphony Digital have continued to deliver one of the more impressive and feature-rich driving simulators on the market in the Gran Turismo series. Each new entry varies slightly in terms of its track and car selections, though players can always reasonably expect to experience some realistic and challenging driving mechanics along with jaw-dropping visuals. Mainline entries in the Gran Turismo series include:

  1. Gran Turismo – Dec. 23, 1997 (JP)
  2. Gran Turismo 2 – Dec. 11, 1999 (JP)
  3. Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec – April 28, 2001 (JP)
  4. Gran Turismo 4 – Dec. 28, 2004 (JP)
  5. Gran Turismo PSP – Oct. 1, 2009 (JP)
  6. Gran Turismo 5 – Nov. 24, 2010 (Worldwide)
  7. Gran Turismo 6 – Dec. 6, 2013 (Worldwide)
  8. Gran Turismo Sport – Oct. 17, 2017 (Worldwide)
  9. Gran Turismo 7 – March 4, 2022 (Worldwide)

Gran Turismo 7 Cheat Codes

Because Gran Turismo 7 has a highly competitive multiplayer mode, the developers did not add any cheat menu or other official ways to cheat. Players have to earn cars, tracks, and recognition the hard way. That said, players were able to find working cheat codes for Gran Turismo 4 nearly 20 years after its release, indicating that there may be as-yet undiscovered cheats for Gran Turismo 7.

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Gran Turismo 7 Cheat Codes FAQ

Does Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec (PS2): have cheat codes?

Yes, there is a way to unlock all the cars and have infinite money.

  • All Cars: Input the code 01FFA7E0 000003E7 to unlock all cars.
  • Infinite Money: Use the code 21FF1D60 05F5E0FF to have an unlimited amount of money.

How do you get unlimited money on Gran Turismo 7?

Unfortunately, there isn’t a way to earn unlimited money through an input cheat code like in 3 and 4. However, gamers have found glitches or tricks to help earn cash fast.

How do you unlock all cars in Gran Turismo 7?

Alas, the cheat code era of unlocking every car instantly is gone. But that doesn’t mean it’s impossible. The Cafe will constantly challenge you to unlock cars by winning races, and as long as you place top 3, you’ll earn the car. Winning championship races nets you more valuable and sought-after cars, and completing License challenges in bronze or gold will also sometimes provide cars as a reward. Simply playing through the game will see you earn dozens of vehicles in no time.

How do you beat Gran Turismo 7?

This isn’t a game you notably beat, but more like complete. The game has hundreds of cars, dozens of tracks to conquer, and endless challenges. Players should start in the Cafe and start those requests while starting to chip away at License challenges and don’t get stuck on receiving Gold. Bronze is fine for now until you get better cars.

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