Gran Turismo 7 Known Bugs and Issues

Gran Turismo 7, one of the PS5 flagship games in 2022, has finally arrived. The iconic sim racing franchise is bringing a next-gen driving experience for the fans of racing games. Cutting edge graphics, stellar audio design, and engaging gameplay were to be expected from the series known for its quality. However, there are some bugs and issues in Gran Turismo 7 at launch. Developers Polyphony Digital are aware of these problems and are working on fixing them.

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Gran Turismo 7 has just a few bugs and issues at launch

List of Gran Turismo 7 Bugs and Issues

Gran Turismo 7 launched on 4th March at midnight, local time. The sim racing series is generally known for high production quality. The developer, Polyphony Digital, usually releases games in an almost impeccable state with but a few bugs. Gran Turismo games are known for being polished, complete products at launch. They have no downsides from a technical perspective.

The quality of Gran Turismo 7 has been certified by the reviewers. The game sits at the score of 87 on Metacritic at the time of writing. Nonetheless, GT7 does suffer from a few bugs and issues currently. The good news is that most of these GT7 bugs and issues are mostly minor and far from game-breaking. Polyphony Digital is aware of a lot of the Gran Turismo 7 bugs reported by the community. They are currently investigating them in order to understand what causes them. You can see the full list of known Gran Turismo 7 bugs and issues on this link. Polyphony Digital states that these issues are expected to be fixed in a future update.

As you can see from the link above, several GT7 multiplayer bugs are preventing players from starting a race. At the moment, you can solve these issues by simply leaving and re-entering the lobby. In addition, Assist Settings for Player 2 is currently locked in the Split Screen mode. When it comes to other listed issues, you can bypass most of them as explained by developers on the link above.

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