Gran Turismo 7 brings back the fantastic Sport mode from GT Sport, as well as custom online lobbies, but there’s also a new type of multiplayer lobby that you can join: Meeting Places. What are they? And where do you find them in the game?
What are Gran Turismo 7’s Meeting Places?
Meeting Places are essentially track-specific free drive lobbies. You can enter a Meeting Place with whatever car you have, show off you latest acquisition and custom livery that you’ve cooked up, and then just drive around and chat with other players as you do so.
Where can I find Meeting Places?
Meeting Places are not found directly the main World Map menu, but are instead a part of each track’s entry on the World Circuits. Head to the World Circuits, then to a region and finally to a circuit that’s marked with a little icon with people on it – it looks a bit like an ‘M’ – and you’ll find the Meeting Place in the bottom left corner of the circuit’s home page.
Which GT7 tracks have a Meeting Place?
These are the tracks that have Meeting Places in Gran Turismo 7 – there might be a few more, but we still have a handful of tracks left to unlock.
- Daytona International Speedway
- Special Stage Route X
- Trial Mountain Circuit
- WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca
- Autodromo Lago Maggiore
- Deep Forest Raceway
- Mount Panorama Circuit
- Suzuka Circuit
- Tokyo Expressway
The Meeting Place is not the only selective feature in Gran Turismo 7. There’s also a lot of variation between tracks that support day time transitions and a full 24 hour races, and only some circuits have wet weather racing. Then there’s the whole ray tracing option on PlayStation 5. What does that do?
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