Update: It’s been over 12 hours since Polyphony Digital was last connected, and the game is still not playable without an update from the developer.
Original story: And for this, my friends, only online experiences are not good! We’ve been pausing this article for most of the day, expecting Polyphony Digital Gran Turismo 7 Back online soon – but nearly ten hours now, and the racer whose fans recently paid the £69.99 / $69.99 racer is still nearly unplayable due to an extended maintenance window that doesn’t seem to end.
The address was taken offline earlier today for scheduled maintenance, which the Japanese developer previously reported to players. This would have taken about an hour and would have been in sync with the past Gran Turismo 7 . Badge. Soon, he posted an update: “Due to an issue discovered in update 1.07, we will extend the server maintenance period.”
The spokesperson addedWe will let everyone know as soon as possible when this is likely to end. We apologize for the inconvenience and ask you to be patient as we work to resolve the issue. This was posted about ten hours ago at the time this article was published, and there is still no indication when the game will be playable.
It wasn’t a good day for Gran Turismo 7, all things considered The patch has modified some rewards for the races, causing a backlash regarding the microtransactions present in the game. It’s a shame, since the sim pilot has peaked since its launch, fans have been raving about the product. Now, prolonged outages and some unnecessary tweaks threaten to undermine all that goodwill.
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