The recently revealed Toyota GR 86 has formally been affirmed for Gran Turismo Sport. As indicated by an official declaration presenting the Toyota Gazoo Racing GT Cup 2021, the launch of the new car in the game is projected to occur in the year.
In the event that you’ve been playing GTS previously, you most likely realize this isn’t the first Gazoo Racing model to land in the game, as both the GR Supra and the GR Yaris are as of now accessible for virtual drivers out there. Also, likewise, both went live in Gran Turismo before really making their official debut, very much like it’s the case with this new GR 86.
As per the official calendar, the new championship’s qualifying round will commence on April 25 and will run until the second half of August. The GR 86 is projected to debut on August 22 at Mount Panorama in Australia, so in all probability, the car will go live in Gran Turismo Sport half a month prior to this round.
The final of the championship is scheduled to happen in December.
Meanwhile, gamers enthusiastic about playing Gran Turismo 7 would need to stand by somewhat more, as this release has effectively been pushed back to 2022. That is a result of the global health issue, with Sony clarifying that the improvement stage has been eased back down and postponing the launch was the only option.