Gran Turismo 7’s official soundtrack, titled “Find Your Line,” boasts an impressive collection of over 300 songs from 75 artists, including well-known bands like Nothing But Thieves and Bring Me The Horizon.
Despite this expansive music selection, some players find that listening to tunes while racing can be more of a distraction than an enhancement.
Fortunately, Gran Turismo 7 offers options to tailor the audio experience to individual preferences, including the ability to turn off the music.
Turning Off Music in Gran Turismo 7
For players who prefer the pure sound of engines over music, Gran Turismo 7 provides a straightforward method to disable in-game music.
The game’s default setting has the music turned on, but altering this is simple.
To mute the music in Gran Turismo 7, players should navigate to the GT Menu, accessible by selecting the GT logo located in the upper left corner of the World Map screen.
Within the Global settings, there’s an option for Sound Volume which can be accessed by pressing the cross button. Here, players will find the “Play Race BGM” setting.
Disabling this option will turn off the background music during races, allowing the focus to be solely on the sounds of the cars and the race itself.
Additionally, Gran Turismo 7 allows for more nuanced control over the game’s audio settings.
Players can adjust the volume of the race background music by selecting the “Race BGM” option and sliding the volume control to their preferred level, even down to zero for complete silence.
This customization extends to the main menu music as well; by navigating to the Sound Volume menu, players can locate the Menu Music option and similarly adjust the volume to their liking. The Replay music can be turned off in the same manner, using the Replay BGM option.
Embracing Music in Racing with Music Rally Mode
For those who enjoy the combination of racing and music, Gran Turismo 7 introduces the Music Rally mode.
This innovative and casual gameplay mode integrates music into the racing experience. Players drive through checkpoints, each adding more beats to the background song.
The goal is to complete the entire track, represented by the song, without running out of beats.
This mode offers a unique and enjoyable way to experience the game’s extensive soundtrack and is accessible from the main menu, outside the World Map.
Gran Turismo 7 thus caters to a wide range of audio preferences, allowing players to either immerse themselves in the sounds of racing or enjoy the game’s extensive musical offerings.