How the Gran Turismo Café Works in Gran Turismo 7

How the Gran Turismo Café Works in Gran Turismo 7

Drivers can expect to zoom through countless locations around the world with more cars than ever before as Gran Turismo 7 returns to its roots and brings back its staple single-player campaign. The Gran Turismo Café, a place that results in more cars to collect and examines the history and design of these cars in a truly unique way, is a new feature included this time around.

How the Gran Turismo Café Works in Gran Turismo 7

How the Gran Turismo Café Works in Gran Turismo 7

Players can visit the Gran Turismo Café, which is located in the center of the world map, to find new challenges known as Car Collection Menus.

These menus will require players to win specific races and championships in the campaign to unlock a specific set of three vehicles.

Drivers will receive a new track and a Roulette Ticket in exchange for completing the menus, which can also be exchanged for a new car.

How the Gran Turismo Café Works in Gran Turismo 7

Car Collection Menus will be most useful to players looking for a specific type of vehicle, as they will be themed after the three cars required.

The game, for example, has a Porsche 911 menu that leads to races that unlock a ’81 911 Turbo, a ’95 911 Carrera RS, and an original 911 Carrera RS.

Even better, after unlocking a car from these menus, a cut scene at the café will play out with narration from the car’s designer.

After that, the designer will explain why and how certain aspects of the car came to be. Cut scenes that delve into the history and cultural effects that certain vehicles have had around the world are also available to drivers.

Well, that’s all we have here about how Gran Turismo Café works in Gran Turismo 7. We hope this guide helped you.

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