Did you know that you’ve got to put in some hard work to unlock all the tracks in Gran Turismo 7?
In fact the tracks won’t be handed to you just because you’ve purchased the game or simply participate.
And since we know that all the fun is in discovering and trying new tracks, we’ve decided to give you a little helping hand.
To start, let’s take a brief overview.
How many tracks are there to be unlocked in Gran Turismo 7?
In GT7 there’s a total of 34 tracks for you to race on of which most of hem will need to be unlocked with some sort of achievments.
In total there will be:
- 10 locations from the Americas
- 12 locations from Europe
- 9 locations from Asia-Oceania
How to unlock new tracks in GT7?
To unlock new tracks in GT7 you’ll have to complete all the 39 Menu Books which involves collecting trio of new cars at any time.
The first tracks unlocked will be more basic ones like Goodwood and High Speed Ring before getting into the more classic ones like Spa Francorchamps, Nurburgring and Daytona.
You’ll need to put in some serious work, but as you do you will be rewarded with new tracks and cars for your garage.
Your bank balance will also increase, letting you buy the car of your dreams.
Are there any shortcuts to unlock the tracks faster?
Unfortunately not, there aren’t any shortcuts or ways to speed up the process.
The only way to get those new tracks is by completing the Menu Books as we’ve previously mentioned.
But the good news is that once you’ve unlocked all the tracks, you’ll be able to race them as much as you want without any restrictions.
There are also plenty of short history lessons hidden within Gran Turismo 7 which are lovingly crafted to turn any beginner into a true racing expert!
So there you have it, everything you needed to know to get all the tracks in Gran Turismo 7.
Now go out there and put in the hours to get them all!