Racing simulation will offer over 420 vehicles and 90 tracks at the start


th3orist wrote:?51 minutes ago

90 routes here means the total number of all possible combinations, not 90 different locations.
It would be interesting to see how many different locations there are.
At the Nürburgring and the Nordschleife alone, for example, you can build 4-5 different configurations.

will probably be around 30 locations, with 9/10 being taken over by GT Sports.
As of September 2021, GT7 is confirmed to launch with more than 90 ?track routes?, and at present it looks like we?ve seen almost all of them. The majority of the game?s circuits are carried over from GT Sport?s final track list, with some additions of particular note.
GT Sport will probably close out its content offering with 83 routes (or ?variations?) in 29 locations, unless any further updates expand this. That means GT7 will most likely add around four or five tracks to the list at launch, adding eight to ten routes.
Real Circuits
Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace (Interlagos)
National Autodrome of Monza
Autopolis
Brands Hatch
Barcelona-Catalonia circuit
Sarthe circuit
Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
Daytona International Speedway
Fuji International Circuit
Goodwood Motor Circuit
Mount Panorama
Nurburgring
Red Bull Ring
Suzuka Circuit
Tsukuba Circuit
WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca
Willow Springs
Fictional Circuits
Alsace Village
Autodrome Lake Maggiore
Blue Moon Bay Speedway
BB Raceway
Circuit Sainte-Croix
Colorado Springs
Deep Forest Raceway
Dragon Trail
Fishermans Ranch
High Speed Ring
Kyoto Driving Park
Northern Isle Speedway
Sardinia Road / Sardinia Windmills
Special Stage Route X
Tokyo Expressway
Trial Mountain
https://www.gtplanet.net/gran-turismo-7/