Gran Turismo 7 update 1.35 is rolling out on PS4 and PS5 players. According to the official Gran Turismo 7 1.35 patch notes, the update added 4 new cars to the game. Apart from this, Gran Turismo 7 version 1.35 also includes stability and performance fixes.
Previously, a major GT7 update 1.23 added 3 new cars, quality of life changes, and more. Recently, GT7 hotfix 1.24 added some minor tweaks to the game. Unfortunately, players are experiencing a number of issues with the game. Today’s Gran Turismo 7 patch 1.35 will address a few of these issues.
Read more details below.
Gran Turismo 7 Patch 1.35 Notes Details
Three new cars have been added:
- Aston Martin Valkyrie ’21,
- Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution III GSR ’95 (Purchasable at ‘Used Cars’),
- Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX STi ’04 (Purchasable at ‘Brand Central’ and ‘Used Cars’).
- A new livery has been added for the Lexus RC F GT3 ’17.
- New events added to ‘World Circuits’:
- Fisherman’s Ranch – Japanese 4WD Challenge 600
- Circuit de Sainte-Croix – Hypercar Parade
- Red Bull Ring – Japanese 4WD Challenge 600
- Autopolis – World Touring Cars 800
- Six new events have been added to ‘Music Rally,’ featuring tracks like Good Old Days (Classixx Remix), DRIFT, Marechia (With Célia Kameni), Hooked on America, Life’s Coming in Slow, and Moon Over the Castle GT7 version.
- Two new locations, ‘Monterey’ and ‘Field of Flowers,’ have been added as featured Curations in Scapes.
- Two new Extra Menus have been added: ‘Collection: Subaru WRX’ (Collector Level 26 and above) and ‘Collection: Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution’ (Collector Level 30 and above).
- New sets of conversations with Car Designers and Characters in the Café have been added.
- A new Museum section for ‘Fanatec’ has been added for Europe.
- Car Customisation now includes ‘Fanatec’ pre-set decals in the Livery Editor.
- 13 new ‘Real Car Paint’ colors have been added.
- Engine Swaps have been added for certain cars.
- Rewards will be awarded at the end of a Season based on the player’s final ranking.
- Eligible players can access their rewards in ‘Sport’ mode.
- ‘Settings Options’ has been added to the Room Settings in Lobby mode, allowing for more freedom in applying ‘Allowed’ and ‘Prohibited’ settings.
Other Improvements and Fixes
- Physics Simulation Model:
- The effect of the ‘Brake’ while Auto-Drive has been adjusted.
- Fixed an issue where adding wide body modifications caused visual aberrations in liveries around the front end of the Alpine A110 ’72.
- The overtake indicator display has been changed for vehicles with boost functions such as KERS, including the Aston Martin Valkyrie ’21, Dodge SRT Tomahawk GTS-R VGT, Dodge SRT Tomahawk S VGT, Dodge SRT Tomahawk X VGT, Infiniti Concept VGT, Lexus LF-LC GT VGT, Nissan NISSAN CONCEPT 2020 VGT, and Toyota FT-1 VGT.
- The motor gear ratio has been adjusted in the Lamborghini Lambo V12 VGT.
- World Circuits:
- Fixed an issue in Custom Race where loading saved race settings that included cars prohibited from racing in dirt allowed those cars to be used on ‘Dirt’ tracks.
- Cars that have not been obtained yet now display their availability status in the Extra Menu list.
- GT Auto:
- The engine start-up sound now plays after performing an Engine Swap in Car Maintenance & Service.
- Entry screens now display the ‘Wall Collision Penalty’ setting under ‘Penalty Settings.’
- The pit-in menu during races now displays required tires and previously used tire types.
- Additional tracks have been added to the list of background music (BGM) that may have copyright restrictions when streaming. These tracks will not be played when ‘Broadcast Mode’ is turned ‘On.’
- The steering sensitivity of the left stick and directional buttons has been adjusted when using a wireless controller.
- Fixed an issue where using PlayStation®VR2 in ‘2P Split Screen’ mode would cause VR replay to unintentionally play after the race.
- Various text localization issues have been fixed.
- Other Issues:
- Various other issues have been addressed and resolved.
- Three new cars added to the lineup:
- Aston Martin Valkyrie ’21 (extreme hypercar)
- Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution III GSR ’95
- Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX STi ’04
- ANEST IWATA Racing’s RC F GT3 livery, driven by Igor Omura Fraga in the SUPER GT, will be available for the Lexus RC F GT3 ’17.
- Two Extra Menus added to the Café:
- [Extra Menu No. 24] Collection: Subaru WRX (Collector Level 26 and above)
- [Extra Menu No. 25] Collection: Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution (Collector Level 30 and above)
- Six new events added to the Music Rally:
- 7: Good Old Days (Classixx Remix)
- 8: DRIFT
- 9: Marechià (With Célia Kameni)
- 10: Hooked on America
- 11: Lifeʼs Coming In Slow
- 12: Moon Over the Castle GT7 version
- Two new Curations in Scapes:
- “Field of Flowers”
The following changes were added previously.
– The following four new cars have been added:
・Maserati Merak SS ’80 (Purchasable at ‘Legend Cars’);
・Mazda Roadster NR-A (ND) ’22
・Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3 ’18
・Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R (KPGC110) ’73 (Purchasable at ‘Legend Cars’);
2. Brand Central
– New colour variations for the following three cars have been added to the Mazda Showroom, for use in the ‘Mazda Spirit Racing GT Cup 2022,’ an online event only available in Japan:
・Roadster NR-A (ND) ’22
・RX-VISION GT3 CONCEPT
– The following Menu Book has been added:
・Menu Book No. 46: ‘Historic Sports Car Masters’ (Collector Level 29 and above);
– The following two Extra Menus have been added:
・Extra Menu No. 10: ‘Collection: Honda NSX’ (Collector Level 36 and above);
・Extra Menu No. 11: ‘Collection: Nissan Silvia’ (Collector Level 26 and above);
The new Menu Books and Extra Menus will appear after clearing Menu Book No. 39 (‘Championship: World GT Series’) and having watched the ending.
4. World Circuits
– The following new events have been added to ‘World Circuits’:
・Historic Sports Car Masters
– Nürburgring Nordschleife
– Goodwood Motor Circuit
・Gr.1 Prototype Series
– Fuji Speedway
– Tokyo Expressway – South Clockwise
– The ‘Whitby’ and ‘Autumn Leaves’ locations have been added as featured Curations in Scapes.
Other Improvements and Adjustments
1. Physics Simulation Model
– Adjusted the simulation for tyre heat generation and wear ratio;
– Adjusted the suspension geometry for each car;
– Adjusted the initial values for suspension parts;
– Adjusted the initial values for the Differential Gear (with ‘Fully Customisable LSD’ equipped) on certain cars;
– Adjusted the Performance Points (PP) of some cars;
– Changed the conditions for mechanical damage occurring from a collision or contact if ‘Mechanical Damage’ is set to ‘Light’ or Heavy’ in the Race Settings. As a result, cars are now less likely to sustain damage after hitting a track wall or other obstacles.
2. Steering Controllers
– Adjusted the performance of the wireless controller.
– In Daily Races and Championships, it is now possible to select the Styles of an Event-Specified Car. Please note that while it is possible to open the Car Settings menu on Event-Specified Car with Styles, only the tyres can be changed;
– Added a ‘Points Table’ button to the Quick Menu in Championships events.
4. My Page
– Fixed an issue wherein achieving All Bronze or All Gold in Licence Tests, Missions, and Circuit Experiences would cause the milestone to show up multiple times.
5. Custom Race
– Rival cars selected via ‘Rivals Settings’ > ‘Rivals Selection’ > ‘Select from Garage’ will now use the appropriate tyres as per the Race Settings, regardless of whether you own the tyres for that car.
– Fixed various text localisation issues.
– Various other issues have been addressed.
Download free Gran Turismo 7 update 1.35 on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.